Que sufrimiento desde casa. Que orgullo ser parte de este grupo. Estamos en octavos, gracias, y enhorabuena familia. @valenciacf
and in this very moment, Sarai’s car was being broken into and our purses and wallets were stolen. Ignorance is bliss 😂
In case you need to flee a scene with your $6,000 Mac Pro (that also looks like a cheese grater), Apple has now got you covered. For an additional $400, you can get wheels for your computer. Obviously, “feet” are free, but if you want to move "your Mac Pro quickly and easily without having to lift it" those wheels will probably be necessary. Just be wary of hills.
Link in bio. 🔗
self portrait by kammy 🎨🖤
At a glance, they appear to have little in common.
Jair Bolsonaro is a foul-mouthed former army captain of the hard right. Andrés Manuel López Obrador is a would-be revolutionary of the left.
But the presidents of Mexico and Brazil are strikingly similar in many ways. And after roughly a year in office, each faces difficulties.
Tap on the link in our bio to read about the challenges of Jair López Obrador.
Illustration: Lo Cole
... just in case it’s hot tomorrow
So far in 2019, seven states have executed just 21 prisoners, with one more on the calendar. But in July William Barr, Donald Trump’s attorney-general, gave the death penalty fresh life when he announced that the federal government would execute federal prisoners for the first time since 2003.
Justice required it, Mr Barr insisted. Highlighting the crimes of five men convicted between 1999 and 2004, he wrote: “We owe it to the victims and their families to carry forward the sentence imposed by our justice system.” Mr Barr may yet get his way, but not as quickly as he wanted.
But America's Supreme Court has rebuffed Donald Trump’s bid to hasten executions. Tap on the link in our bio to read why that may not stop America from executing federal prisoners as early as January next year.
Gigantic trees and torrential snowfall... my kind of getaway