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2020-11-27 07:49:40 +0900
codybaldwin
I asked/polled my family and spaced that my sister is left handed! Stroke orders in Japan are so right-handed world. I had never considered this.

2020-11-27 07:45:41 +0900
codybaldwin
@DavidDeutschOxf https://t.co/6leVRVB62c

2020-11-27 07:07:24 +0900
codybaldwin
In Japan, EVERYONE (like eerily) writes there 〇(circle) one specific way and their 0(zero) another specific way. I asked an everyone seems to think they were taught it in school, but can't recall for sure (must be early education pre-kanji stroke order stuff). https://t.co/e6hn7ruNXo

2020-11-26 07:15:39 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @skepteis: The circles don't move... https://t.co/We2NeUuOo1

2020-11-25 07:07:40 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @TheArtNewspaper: A mysterious object resembling the plank sculptures of the late artist John McCracken has been discovered in a remote…

2020-11-24 09:10:15 +0900
codybaldwin
I've never jailbroken my phone, but that sounds kinda fun actually: https://t.co/EBAd93DtEx

2020-11-24 05:58:20 +0900
codybaldwin
I knew I recognized her from somewhere https://t.co/cWWKXz4ntv

2020-11-23 07:46:35 +0900
codybaldwin
Knowledge is not understanding. Maybe that’s why it’s so hard to put the most important things into words. But it’s always worth trying.

2020-11-23 05:41:48 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @info_history1: go to 読書というをやってくれ!本を買ったら、書籍代の30%を補助するとか!頼むわ!

2020-11-21 17:32:12 +0900
codybaldwin
I’m no astrologist but clearly this means we are living in a historical rhyme of the Middle Ages https://t.co/wtmRNtLEMC

2020-11-17 07:30:46 +0900
codybaldwin
Japanese “kids TV” https://t.co/U9dpHAsNrY

2020-11-16 15:26:59 +0900
codybaldwin
Man, I've been reading this book called "The Fabric of Reality," and it is probably the most inspiring/thought provoking thing I have ever read. About halfway through the book now

2020-11-14 11:49:09 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @UFWupdates: David shared a video of the lettuce harvest in CA. This is one of the most difficult jobs because of the constant bending u…

2020-11-14 09:18:48 +0900
codybaldwin
SDG14: https://t.co/08X71Ci4Uq

2020-11-14 09:13:04 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @Rainmaker1973: With dizzying wall graphics reminiscent of warped funhouse mirrors, artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary galleries, t…

2020-11-10 18:17:17 +0900
codybaldwin
This kids show Helpsters is pretty dope

2020-11-09 15:40:41 +0900
codybaldwin
行きたい! https://t.co/wdCfTRszEd

2020-11-09 08:06:09 +0900
codybaldwin
I think many have internalized that they do not (can not) understand, say, interest rates or inflation rates or other central bank monetary policy decisions. Perhaps that's true, but it does seem to be hurting the people who have the least choice in the matter. We need options.

2020-11-09 08:06:08 +0900
codybaldwin
So are we done celebrating the neoliberal ritual transfer of power, or? If only there was a non-violent, decentralized (so anyone can participate), way to add checks and balances to the monetary policy options provided by the IMF/central banks (see: https://t.co/NsiqZ0XPbT)

2020-11-08 10:01:02 +0900
codybaldwin
Biden ran on forgiving student loans. That may do something towards insane social/knowledge/income inequality in the US rn. Like 1920 levels. Do it ASAFP

2020-11-04 20:43:10 +0900
codybaldwin
RT @DavidDeutschOxf: Not terrified. Prudent. It says that the other side has seized the commanding heights of the economy of ideas. https:…

2020-11-01 09:04:55 +0900
codybaldwin
WinXP in your browser! https://t.co/JtFR2alFx5

2020-11-01 09:04:29 +0900
codybaldwin
I wonder if there are any gravitational forces outside of the Sol system that could, like, cause Pluto to become a rouge planet: https://t.co/ceBdsEx2Kn

2020-10-30 19:51:33 +0900
codybaldwin
https://t.co/KCIgiymkWh Interesting, fasting actually has anti-cancer benefits?

2020-10-29 06:54:49 +0900
codybaldwin
"THAT COMPANY WHOSE NAME USED TO CONTAIN HTML SCRIPT TAGS LTD" lol https://t.co/P2iMDUaLEQ