I pretty much never do this but this guy is a “pastor”
You would be surprised at how many people send me these kinds of messages from their work emails. But using the domain for your online church is a new low, and yes, I am going post your email on the internet.
Since this has blown up, I should share Pastor Muns' own words on WDIV last night: clickondetroit.com/news/local/202…
Pastor Muns did follow up with me today.

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24 Aug
holy goddamn shit the cravath partner representing epic today is...... katherine b. forrest, the judge from the silk road case
time is a flat circle
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29 Jul
The obvious issue here being, what does “under attack” mean? People showing up with shields and leaf blowers?
I am not optimistic about how this is going to turn out but I guess I can pretend to be
Read 6 tweets
27 Jul
The heat did what tear gas could not — far fewer people came out tonight. Crowd was sluggish and sleepy. I did the thing again of “no way they’re going to gas this crowd.” When will I learn
I imagine the heatwave this week is going to reduce crowd size but the weather report says temperatures fall again in time for the weekend. I don’t think this is over.
The pattern I’ve observed is that gas —> adrenaline spikes —> anger, provocations mount* —> more gas —> provocations really ramp up —> Feds come out —> new protesters are freshly traumatized, vow to return

* anything ranging from water bottle tossing & fence shaking to fireworks
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30 Jun
I somehow missed the memo that the US Army made its own video game. What.
"My recruiter told me to play that in 2003" is a sentence with the ring of "baby shoes, never worn"
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29 Jun
I've been seeing "cybersecurity" advice go around for protesters, and a lot of it is superstitious overkill that is unsuited to the threat model.

I have written and tweeted about op sec for protesters, and I find myself wishing I sought to educate about threat models instead.
Yes, it is *hard* to protect yourself from surveillance. We live in extraordinary times where speech is under attack. But it's also incredibly exclusionary to demand that everyone gets a burner before they engage in First Amendment-protected activities.
I've also been rethinking the old hat advice about leaving your phone behind when you go to a protest. Yes, your cell signals can be tracked. Yes, cops might arrest you and confiscate your phone. Yes, Grayshift etc etc. But still, who does it protect when you leave your phone?
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2 Jun
This is the difference between these protests and, say, sports riots. Sports victories come and go. White supremacy stays and refuses to change. The state would rather beat up, arrest, and shoot Americans to make them think twice about complaining, rather than fix themselves.
Yes, there is a striking difference between what's happening now and how cops treat sports riots or a crowd of haircut-seeking white people with semi-autos. Of course it's not reasonable. Cops don't fear violence, destruction or lethal weapons. What they fear is having to change.
Specifically: becoming something other than an institution that criminalizes black bodies and is allowed to harass, assault, and kill with impunity. All the while getting the benefit of the doubt and a nice thank you and a handshake for "protecting and serving."
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