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In conclusion, both Marxists and Libertarians operate based on simplistic and wrong assumptions about money. We now have the seedlings for a more accurate model of man's relationship with numbers being passed around.

Anyone interested in cryptocurrencies should read @davidgraeber's Debt: the first 5000 years, empirically documenting of man's relationship with money and credit. His findings tend to mirror that of @yanisvaroufakis ex .gr finance minister the-crypto-syllabus.com/yanis-

RT @web3isgreat
CONCLUSION
Issue One: virtual currency is untraceable? WRONG.
Issue Two: sanctions do not apply to virtual currency? WRONG.

RT @web3isgreat
The Magistrate Judge included YouTube links to SNL "The McLaughlin Group" bits in his opinion, presumably to help convey his tone.

youtu.be/QOLF_D7JVZM?t=66

RT @EricTopol
It's really striking how well trained scent dogs can detect Covid (and ): a randomized controlled, triple-blinded validation trial and real life study at in airport. They need to get retrained for diff't variants globalhealth.bmj.com/lookup/do @GlobalHealthBMJ @HelsinkiUniMed

Breaking ground on the Chidlom Park housing project in Naratiwat.

RT @KylerJohnsonDev
Explaining Windows Subsystem for Linux to my daughter 🤣🤣

RT @propelbike
Cities are better when they're built for kids. Thoughts?

Zymple Remote Work - บริหารงานเกษตรผ่านกล้องวงจรปิด CCTV 📹 - mailchi.mp/zymple.biz/cctv

RT @ThaiTrainGuide
40 years ago, The Clash played in . While there, Pennie Smith shot this classic image of them on railway tracks for the Combat Rock cover. But where exactly was it taken?

🚂 A Journey to the Combat Rock Album Cover Sorta-Location 12xu.com/combat_rock_album_cov

RT @modacitylife
For the “cycling infrastructure is ableist” crowd: Four snapshots of social inclusion captured within a half hour in The Hague today.

RT @ianwrush
“Homeschooling is only for the privileged.”

No.

But homeschooling parents get the privilege to:

- See their kids read their first words.
- Take field trips to museums and libraries with them when no one else is there.
- Grow with them instead of away from them.

Well this was an interesting read.
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RT @NathanJRobinson
This is a very valuable guide to understanding the disaster that is cryptocurrency, an interview with a serious computer scientist who has been researching crypto for years and whose honest appraisal is that the whole project needs to "die in a fire." currentaffairs.org/2022/05/why
twitter.com/NathanJRobinson/st

RT @Sisyphus38
Watched elementary kids sulk and walk around a track because they “hate running.” Then during the game of tag they sprinted gleefully doing running intervals for 15 minutes. That true story is generalizable across all of school.

RT @kendrictonn
Sitting in my tiny Airbnb, remembering what a crucial role it had for me in my whole renovation: in brief, I lucked into the property; highly motivated seller, property pretty devastated in a frat-house like manner, was able to make it happen, barely.

RT @HippyMomPhD
Asked my friend's 5yo what is your favorite thing about school?

Movie & popcorn day!

Asked my 5yo what is your favorite thing about homeschooling?

That I get to be with you 🥰🥲

Never underestimate how important you are to your child ❤️

RT @RichardBarrow
A very brief catch-up with @mishari at Yala Railway Station. Many people got on at this station. It’s probably a full train now.

I’m thinking that when I do my Thai Train Challenge next year I will do an overnight stop here. I’m still working on the details.

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