AT LONG LAST, it is here. The government's sentencing memorandum in USA v. Cantwell. header for government's response to defendant's sentencing m
Cantwell, also known as The Crying Nazi, wants to get time served (~13 months).

The government says, "not so fast." Defendant Christopher Cantwell urges the Court to impose a t"The defendant has showed no remorse for his conduct, o
The response spends several pages describing Cantwell's conduct, which includes, among other things, a lengthy and increasing series of threats against his victim. The defendant claims that the Bowl Patrol provoked his crime
cw: rape

the government points out he chose his victim's wife because Cantwell hates women In addition, the defendant selected Mrs. Lambert for attack
Now it gets good. The government argues that his behavior related to Unite the Right and his conviction for assaulting @GoadGatsby and me is not some small technicality, but actually reflective of a pattern of behavior The defendant committed the instant offenses less than two yThe defendant also argues that it is unclear whether the sen
This is just pure fire Part of the reason the defendant seeks a downward variance i
The government is asking the court to impose a sentence of 51 months.

The hearing will take place on Wednesday. Ultimately, courts have repeatedly imposed significant sente

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21 Feb
I really wish Nazis didn’t threaten to and try to murder me so many times I had to move to a different country away from my family. I also wish that was criminal.
Who’s responsible for climate change?

- the person who gets to see her wife four times a year, doesn’t own a car, takes rail transit for most travel, or
- corporations

Hard to say, probably a washup here
Neoliberalism is the death sentence for us all
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21 Feb
As someone who studied aeronautical engineering and flies a lot, it’s almost criminally unfair that I never get to be on the flights where I get to see what true engineering looks like in practice
Normal people: “oh my god our engine blew up”

Me: “oh this is fascinating, will they also jettison fuel before landing and if so can i see it???”
Yes I am a chaos fairy
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18 Feb
My absolute favorite genre of tweet is “omg this is what it would look like if the COMMIES got their way” while posting a picture of something that is very much happening under capitalism
In any case, pictures of empty shops are rather foolish because the carrying capacity of a supply chain isn’t best measures by the literal inventory space of shelves but rather the speed at which they can be restocked.
Regardless of economic system, there will always be emergencies that occur where spikes of demand outstrip the inventory capacity of local shops. This is not surprising
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8 Feb
Was chatting with a coworker today about what "data strategy" means and figured I'd share some thoughts since it was a good discussion. You can take these concepts and apply them to fighting white supremacy or pandemic management, if you'd like.
To understand how to use data effectively, you need two things:

- a vision for what you want data to help you do; and
- a plan for getting all of your people fluent with how to use data.
The rest is implementation details. But broadly speaking, you can break down the way data is being used in (at least) four escalating categories:

- descriptive
- diagnostic
- predictive
- prescriptive

Each of these builds on the one before it.
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8 Feb
Interesting and good Dear Valued Customer,   We want to make you aware that the U
The clear abuse of “emotional support animal” is ableist and has made it significantly harder for disabled people who rely on service animals to receive appropriate accommodations.
This is not to say that all support animals are fraudulent. But the element of training is essential, and there needs to be better regulation of support animals as service animals.
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5 Feb
Did the Proud Boys help coordinate the Capitol riot? Hard to say, based on the websites telegram channels livestream twitter posts facebook posts youtube videos preliminary riots arrests and endless threats of violence
the only thing i didn't find was a doodle poll to coordinate the meetup times and locations
i'm a proud boy would you like to overthrow the government with me
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