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pic.twitter.com/XwO2 Vbxp6p — Lego Grad Student (@legogradstudent) November 13, 2016 Like others mentioned here, Lego Grad Student has continued making humorous posts alongside political ones.
pic.twitter.com/rOmpYYXANy — Lego Grad Student (@legogradstudent) November 9, 2016 Some things have broken and cannot be fixed any time soon.
Rather the opposite: science is about human collaboration to benefit mankind” @Miguel Nicolelis — Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) January 31, 2017It’s not activism.
— Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) January 30, 2017When research is subversive and teaching is protest, learning is hope.
Academics are keen observers of the absurd in their professional lives — or so their many ironic, often gallows-humor social media accounts suggest.
Social media passwords were among a number of things the DHS is considering to bolster the White House’s much touted “extreme vetting”.
The United States government is considering a proposal to force certain people entering the country to hand over their social media passwords.
The Obama administration had previously considered the idea of demanding social media passwords from visitors entering the country but passed on it.
It’s very hard to truly vet these people in these countries, the seven countries,” Mr Kelly told the Security Committee.
He stated that the seven countries ?were derived from what the Obama administration deemed as needed further travel restrictions.
What does Donald Trump mean with ‘Easy D’? Reference sends social media into frenzy
Rezwan Rasul (@rezwanrasul) February 8, 2017Was “Easy D” Donald Trump‘s name when he was in NWA?
easy d pic.twitter.com/BX2nzpRnaF — trump Draws (@TrumpDraws) February 8, 2017Donald waiting on that Easy D. pic.twitter.com/o4XYHQv5Kf — #Nevertrump #Ex-GOP (@Trump_Truther) February 8, 2017Not because the D is easy, but because it is hard — Bill Wasik (@billwasik) February 8, 2017Trump’s ‘Easy D’ tweet took the internet straight to penis jokes pic.twitter.com/GnY3EcifRY — G.M.
— Martin McGrath (@martinmcgrath) February 8, 2017I’ve instructed my staff that I expect to be called “Easy D” for the remainder of this week.
Just minutes after his tweet, search for “easy D” on Google increased to 98 percent.
NEW YORK — President Donald trump used the phrase “EASY D” while talking about his travel ban in a tweet Wednesday, sending the internet in a frenzy on what he meant with the comment.
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