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1] The #keyboard warriors saga & it's 10 tragedies

Firstly, it would be tragically naive for any politician, let alone aspiring leader, to deliberately ridicule & downplay the importance of the diaspora community.

It's a key constituency, though most won't travel back to vote.
2] Secondly, though solidarity is key, it would be tragic if more citizens, choose to identify with the label, for whatever reason, and take those isolated exchanges which saw the labeling, as an insult targeting every other social media user.

This fire doesn't need fueling.
3] Thirdly, it would be tragic is all observers choose to ignore the hidden hand of ghosts/varakashi, in many exchanges with the 'leaders', resulting in them pushing back

Sadly & tragically, sometimes the 'push back' hits the wrong target, or more appropriately, a fellow soldier
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The #deficit #myth #deficitmyth by @StephanieKelton #MMT modern monetary theory
Myth N. 1: The #state should budget like a #household
#RealityCheck : unlike a household, a #SovereignNation, which owns its national #centralbank, issues the #currency it spends
Myth N. 2: #deficit is evidence of #overspending
#RealityCheck: look to #inflation for evidence of over spending
The purpose of #taxes is not to pay for #government expenditures but to help rebalancing the #wealth distribution #MMT
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Recording sessions and/or upcoming CDs of Elizabethan and Jacobean Music of which I am aware. This list is continuously updated:
Soprano duo @fair_oriana have recorded in June 2019 Thomas Morley's (12) "Canzonets to Two Voices" (1595) and other pieces with Sam Brown, lute and Harry Bucocke, Viola da Gamba. No release date yet.…
"In Chains of Gold, Vol. 2", English Verse Anthems by the @gibbons_project, with Magdalena Consort, His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornets @hismajsagbutts and @FretworkViols. Recorded in Jan 2019, released for @SignumRecords possibly in March 2020.…
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I remember two moments very early on in my teaching career that led me to REALLY understand the importance of keyboard accessibility. They turned out to be pivotal moments that made web accessibility feel completely natural to me.
The first? In 1995 I bought my own computer, and noticed that there were really tiny screws on the back that I could remove. When it was time to get online, I bought my own modem (US Robotics 14.4 fax internal model) and endeavoured to install it myself.
I went for it but messed it up. I installed the modem on the right COM port but with the same IRQ as my mouse. I didn’t know any better //shrug
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