"When CBC requested to speak with a paleontologist from the Royal SK Museum to clear [up whether dinosaurs lives with humans], that request was routed through to the education minister's office, which said the minister wasn't available." https://t.co/S6cx22w5U0— Chris Selley (@cselley) November 12, 2022
Today on #RemembranceDay, Animal Justice is reflecting on the lives of the countless animals who have died in battle & who continue to be used in warfare today. These animals are not valiant, willing participants—they are victims.#CanadaRemembers #LestWeForget pic.twitter.com/3xZoZiapQe— Animal Justice (@AnimalJustice) November 11, 2022
In their last NHL game before heading off to serve for Canada in the Second World War, Bruins' Milt Schmidt, Woody Dumart, and Bobby Bauer were carried off the ice by their opponents, a remarkable show of respect and camaraderie #CanadaRemembers #LestWeForget pic.twitter.com/nlGxujOgzw— Mike Commito (@mikecommito) November 11, 2022
Lieutenant Wilf Gildersleeve served in the Second World War and fell in love with a Dutch woman following the Liberation of the Netherlands. Watch their #HeritageMinute for the story. #CanadaRemembers pic.twitter.com/mZs30qfA6j— Historica Canada (@HistoricaCanada) November 11, 2022
Broken ice and a lone penguin make for a thrilling adventure.pic.twitter.com/ehx1FqNHfc— Fascinating (@fasc1nate) November 11, 2022
Whoa, check out Dave's stick pic.twitter.com/UFf74eiQp1— B&S (@_B___S) November 10, 2022
The landing.. 😊 pic.twitter.com/55FjTDa2ay— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden) November 11, 2022
What is your favorite Steven Spielberg film of all time, folks? pic.twitter.com/jYYSM70pMk— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) November 12, 2022
Some big, under-covered news coming out of the election may be—if it comes to pass—that all 6 insurrectionists running for Secretary of State in major 2024 battleground states lost. We’re on our way to that eventuality. And it’d mean that voters had *made safe* the 2024 election!— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) November 9, 2022
2020 election deniers won races for secretary of state in: Alabama, Indiana, Wyoming, South Dakota— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) November 13, 2022
2020 election deniers lost races for secretary of state in: Nevada, Michigan, Arizona, Minnesota, New Mexico, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts
Thanks to President Biden’s leadership and the vast majority of Americans who rejected the Big Lie, Democracy has been given new Life. Don’t know about the rest of you, but I feel great!— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) November 12, 2022
Another US election, another "Land doesn't vote, people do" style map showing the election results. pic.twitter.com/XmMTSUKJof— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) November 11, 2022
This is a fuck around and find out moment. Republicans have become, simply put, the party against democracy. The party of Trump, the party of January 6th, and the party of election denialism. That’s not popular with most voters.— Gabriel R. (@GabrielR_SP) November 13, 2022
People who think that "abortion" and "democracy" were separate motivators for the vote are missing the point that Americans got a look at what life would be like under Warden Samuel Norton— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) November 13, 2022
Some of the MAGA people running were very creepy -- in the end, most of them didn't get elected.
Turns out even moderate fans of a more limited scope of abortion rights doesn’t want to *actually* live in the The Handmaid’s Tale, no matter how tedious the cosplayers are.— JMoLawre ☮️🗯🔳🔲 (@JMoLawre) November 13, 2022
Twitter is full of videos showing how happy the people of Kherson are to greet the Ukrainian troops - I saw one describe it as a "Liberation of Paris" moment.
The moment a grandmother kneels before her grandson soldier who’d been fighting for Kherson liberation. pic.twitter.com/f6JkBiPmMD— Myroslava Petsa (@myroslavapetsa) November 12, 2022
we criticize hollywood for lazy tropes but our two main antagonists right now is a former kgb agent with a penchant for poisoning and an emerald mine heir who wants to live on mars. if these were bond villains they’d be dismissed as caricature— mastodon.social/@seva1000 (@SevaUT) November 11, 2022
UPDATE—Just learned that Eli Lilly executives are raging and furious at losing $20 billion in market cap from this stunt with @TwitterBlue. It’s too bad they don’t see their own damn insulin price gouging as the actual problem. Karma @LillyPad, karma. pic.twitter.com/AzXRpMH8mi— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) November 11, 2022
And things went downhill from there.
Let's be clear. Eli Lilly should apologize for increasing the price of insulin by over 1,200% since 1996 to $275 while it costs less than $10 to manufacture. The inventors of insulin sold their patents in 1923 for $1 to save lives, not to make Eli Lilly's CEO obscenely rich. https://t.co/5ZpZkqY0f9— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) November 11, 2022