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Everyword is a Twitter account created by Adam Parrish in December 2007 to share every word in the English language on Twitter. Since then, this account has tweeted 84k+ words.
"Black children arriving in emergency departments are perceived as less ill than their white counterparts, and are less likely to have lab and imaging studies done when presenting with fever, a cardinal symptom of Covid-19 infection" #NYTLetters https://t.co/3h13lbQEfp
Previous presidents have "made decisions and deals that served their political interests," say @AVindman and @johngansjr. "But those deals typically aligned with America’s stated policies and its interests. ... too often Mr. Trump’s deals do not." https://t.co/493dZtdOru
Joe Biden will have an advantage during the debate: President Trump will not have a live audience to excite him and satisfy his insatiable need for approval and attention, which means he will be even more vulnerable to a takedown, writes @raf_ideas https://t.co/P9UmyekIlJ
The U.S. has been preparing for a pandemic since 2005, but the Trump administration threw out the playbook. “I don't know what to call that failure except an example of extraordinary incompetence,” says @NickKristof. https://t.co/zUUtBk4Bsz https://t.co/6vSJuM6Pn2
If Italians could give up smoking cigarettes in restaurants, @RosenthalHealth says, "how come so many people in the United States aren’t following relatively simple mandates to prevent the spread of Covid-19, which has killed more than 200,000 Americans?" https://t.co/cdBy7W88js
"I’ve spent two decades trying to make sense of the economics of Mexico’s drug trafficking," writes @ioangrillo. "During that time I have often heard a phrase muttered by gangsters and crime journalists: 'Who needs the angels, when you have God.'" https://t.co/E7wmzgN3JO
A year ago, a study found the US was the best-prepared country in the world for a pandemic. So how did we bungle Covid-19 so badly? I worked with @johnnywharris on this @nytopinion video explainer. We try to use video to provide accountability: https://t.co/NW1zflh97K