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Her: “Where did you put the turkey?”
Him: “What turkey?”
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5 Dec
Here's the Fake News telling you in 2020 that using UV Light as a disinfectant inside the body is a bad idea and (so Trump could be wrong).

usatoday.com/story/news/fac…
Here are the trial results for using light as a disinfectant inside the body. It worked. Conclusion: Trump asked a well-informed question on a topic his own "experts" did not yet know about.

biospace.com/article/releas…
Here's the full transcript of Trump's comments about "injecting a disinfectant" inside the body. Note his references to light at the start and the end are typically edited out for the Fake News clips you have seen. Removing them changes the meaning.
Read 8 tweets
19 Nov
The country's level of awareness has changed dramatically in the last few years. Examples:

We used to think it was only the other side's news that was fake.

We used to think official data was mostly honest and sufficiently accurate.
We used to think "never again" was serious. China taught us it was only a slogan.

Many people thought the 2nd amendment didn't offer any real protection from our own government. See Australia.

We used to believe some humans make decisions based on facts and reason.
We used to think courts ensured fair elections. Now we know they don't hear those cases. (The Left still thinks they do.)

We used to believe in an objective reality, but now all evidence suggests none of us can see such a thing if it exists at all. We see our own movies.
Read 4 tweets
16 Oct
Trump’s seemingly unhinged pounding on election “fraud” looks to most people like bad strategy for getting re-elected. But is it?
Imagine a world in which substantial fraud is someday verified in at least one precinct that flipped from Trump to Biden. Suddenly Jan 6th looks different even if it shouldn’t.
Now ask yourself how likely it is that a vast and sometimes chaotic process such as a national election could have at least one discoverable example of confirmed fraud in one precinct. Maybe 100% odds?
Read 8 tweets
28 Jul
Debunked mask arguments:

- Science says masks don’t work
- Masks only make a tiny difference
- Masks harm people (physically)
- Masks don't block virus
- Masks allow lots of leakage around edges
- People wear/touch masks improperly
- Only N95 masks are good enough
Debunked doesn't mean untrue. For example, science could be wrong about any of these items. I'm just presenting the current scientific opinion so you know if you side with science or not.
In this context, it can be true people wear masks suboptimally and also fuss with them too much. The debunk is that it doesn't make them useless.
Read 4 tweets
11 Apr
The topic of slavery reparations makes everyone run to their political team and get into battle mode. But just for fun, what if we looked at it like a puzzle to solve instead of a fight?
The puzzle is how to make everyone happy at the same time. Seems impossible on the surface. But maybe we are just limiting ourselves in our thinking. Let me see if I can fix that.
Let’s stipulate that any solution that makes one group happy and another group unhappy is not a good enough solution. It has to make everyone happy with both its scale and structure. Impossible?
Read 7 tweets
3 Apr
Here’s a reframe that will change some people’s lives forever: Your mind is the outcome of genetics, traumas and hacks.
If you don’t learn to hack (program) your own brain, the default is that you are little more than genes and traumas.
An example of a brain hack is education. It is a conscious choice to physically alter your brain via learning. Another hack is intelligent skill stacking.
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