alysestanley
Alyse Stanley
alysestanley
Gizmodo weekend editor. Freelance games reporter. Full-time disaster bi.
Feb 22
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Oh no, I’m sure plenty of teachers out there share these sentiments, but there would definitely be some backlash if they were expressing them in front of their classes. These school board members are elected officials, and deriding their electorate. So it’s understandable that they’d call for the board’s removal.

Feb 20
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My sympathies absolutely go out the teachers, but these are school board members. Most places don’t even allow teachers in their district to run for school board positions because it’s a conflict of interest.

Jan 29
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Facebook apparently flagged them as a “dangerous organization,” but walked that back when the group’s founder appealed.

Jan 4
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An unfortunate casualty of the rewording process. Appreciate the catch, thanks!

Dec 4
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Seconded. I keep misclicking fleets trying to get to my lists on mobile :(

Nov 28
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For internet access to become a public utility and not infrastructure steeped in classism. /s (but not much...)

Nov 28
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Yeahhh huge portions of the U.S. only have one internet provider to choose from, so good look with that.

Nov 12
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I’m jealous! I tried getting my hands on one for this blog (the one I played with as a kid is long gone) and they are remarkably hard to find. I got the software to work on my regular old PC, but it’s just not the same. 

Oct 10
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It was a joke, y’all. I’ll concede to public opinion and agree it was a bad one. Yes, I did watch the debate (and have the high blood pressure to show for it). Please stop roasting me, my crops are dying.