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Walmart is quietly preparing to enter the metaverse

cnbc.com · Jan 17

Walmart appears to be venturing into the metaverse with plans to create its own cryptocurrency and collection of NFTs.

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Brian Solis - briansolis.eth (@briansolis) · Jan 17
Recent filings from @Walmart, including 7 US trademark applications, indicate a well thought-out strategy to develop and sell virtual goods, #NFTs, and a #cryptocurrency. #web3 #NRF2022 cnbc.com/2022/01/16/wal…
LouisColumbus (@LouisColumbus) · Jan 17
RT @johnkoetsier: When Walmart enters web3, crypto, metaverse ... 1) most likely they'll likely screw it up 2) non-zero chance they won't…
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The Rise of Anti-anti-vax Politics

theatlantic.com · Jan 18

As patience with the pandemic wanes, leaders in widely vaccinated democracies are deploying a new political strategy.

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Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) · Jan 18
RT @TheAtlantic: By taking a tougher line on the unvaccinated, some world leaders may be courting a new and lucrative voter base: the vacci…
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Even Though He Is Revered Today, MLK Was Widely Disliked by the American Public When He Was Killed

smithsonianmag.com · Jan 17

Seventy-five percent of Americans disapproved of the civil rights leader as he spoke out against the Vietnam War and economic disparity

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Marshall Kirkpatrick (@marshallk) · Jan 17
RT @TheAmandaGorman: Your reminder that 75% of Americans in 1968 disapproved of MLK. Justice isn't always welcomed but it is always right.…

Why India's fossil wealth has remained hidden

bbc.com · Jan 17

India has some of the most spectacular fossils on the planet, from vast beds of dinosaur eggs to strange prehistoric creatures new to science. But many are just sitting in the ground.

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The BBC must defend itself with all its might against this mortal threat | Polly Toynbee

theguardian.com · Jan 17

The culture secretary’s plan to freeze funding and axe the licence fee is pure political vandalism, says the Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee

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It’s Long Past Time to Prosecute Phony GOP Electors - The Bulwark

thebulwark.com · Jan 18

The individuals who signed and transmitted fraudulent Electoral College ballots claiming their states voted for Donald Trump must be held to account.

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Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) · Jan 18
RT @BillKristol: "The phony Trump electors from AZ, GA, MI, NV, and WI certified they were in fact the 'duly elected and qualified Electors…
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Liz Cheney’s Wyoming Nemesis Is an Oath Keeper Who Was at Capitol Rally

thedailybeast.com · Jan 18

Frank Eathorne, chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party, is a leading figure in the campaign to unseat Liz Cheney. He’s also a member of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group.

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Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) · Jan 18
RT @BillKristol: “It’s incredibly important for Republican leaders and any political leaders, to denounce affiliations with paramilitary gr…
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RNC moves to require presidential candidates to skip traditional commission debates

thehill.com · Jan 18

The Republican National Committee alerted the Commission on Presidential Debates on Thursday that it plans to require GOP candidates to not attend presidential debates run by the commission going forward.

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Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) · Jan 18
RT @AdamKinzinger: This is insane. Why. RNC moves to require presidential candidates to skip traditional commission debates | TheHill ht…

Professor Who Called Students ‘Vectors of Disease’ in Video Is Suspended

nytimes.com · Jan 17

Barry Mehler of Ferris State University was put on paid leave after uploading the bizarre welcome video, but some of his peers said his rights of free expression were being curtailed.

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Dr Matthew Fraser (@frasermatthew) · Jan 17
RT @NYTNational: Barry Mehler, a professor at Ferris State University in Michigan who told students that they were “vectors of disease,” ha…
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