Fuck Today, Continued

Oh no! That’s heartbreaking.

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That poor woman. I can’t imagine the pain she’s in.

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Bad. But it could have been much worse.

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I interviewed there! I also turned down the offer.

ETA: Because they are gross. The offer was good

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There are more images from Tonga showing the volcano eruption and aftermath in this video: :astonished:

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She’s really suffered too much. I feel so bad for her.

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Tsunami warnings on my teevee for Hawaii and the entire west coast from Mexico to Alaska.

I may have underestimated this. Hope not.

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Apparently Santa Cruz is flooding a bit, but it’s not as bad as it could have been.

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You should read her book. The strength of that woman astounds me. After all she’s been through, she’s still here.

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At least I’m about 10 miles inland, and up on a hill.

Praying I Hope GIF by The Paley Center for Media

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Fuck cancer.

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Elections fucking matter…

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That’s a somewhat roundabout way to say “steam explosion”…
And going by what the plume and the shock wave looks like in the satellite images I wouldn’t be surprised if this one was in the megaton range.

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I wouldn’t be surprised if this one was in the megaton range.

Easily. Friends in Auckland :new_zealand: heard the earth-shattering kabooms.

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Season 4 Wow GIF by The Office

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"One possibility when it comes to the trends from 1850 to 1980 is that the rapid developments in science and technology and their socio-economic benefits drove a rise in status of the scientific approach, which gradually permeated culture, society, and its institutions ranging from the education to politics …
… The authors did find that the shift from rationality to sentiment in book language accelerated around 2007 with the rise of social media …

:frowning_face: :cry:

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