RT @email@example.com: Life sentence for journalists Ahmet and Mehmet Altan and Nazlı Ilıcak is a cruel attack against media freedom & a dark day for #Turkey.
@OSCE_RFoM@twitter.com and UN Sp. Rapp FoE's joint statement below on a decision that "critically threatens journalism"
Ever wonder why people would want to live in a place like Mexico City?
Learn all about it in the newest episode of "Several Ways to Live" where @nickfarr and I draft reasons for "Why Mexico City rocks!":
So how was your #34c3?
It was very weird for me on a number of levels, but mostly in a good way. I love how the post office caught on. I always enjoy doing real, physical work like washing dishes.
But I'm really worried about this community, about the people you don't hear about on the birdsite. I'm really worried other things, to the point that I even feel reluctant to bring up here, in my safe space in social media.
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The reason I came to Mexico seems dumber every time I'm at a party with strangers and telling the story. The bitterness of almost my whole Brigade slipping back into their normal lives traumatized or completely unwilling to embrace the need to prepare seems to be the proverbial straw in why I don't feel right here anymore.
Not that I think I'd feel right anywhere, but beginning to take care of my folks as opposed to the other way around seems like the more right thing to do.
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...to go back to Michigan, become an office worker and chill with my parents until I have to start taking care of them and/or can buy a home in cash in NYC.
The odds of me doing the family thing are slimming by the second, if only because I'm getting less able to find and be with someone I want to be with who also wants to be with me. The "common project". So the honorable thing would be to just "go back". Enjoy the end times with people I love and can live with.
I had a good run.