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Name: Christo
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Hometown: Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Home country: USA
Current location: Santa Cruz, CA
Member since: Thu Aug 31, 2006, 04:14 AM
Number of posts: 2,953

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USGS says DO NOT roast your marshmallows over volcano vents. This is dangerous.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, it is not considered safe to roast marshmallows over volcano vents.
#Yum #LavaSmores 🤪

https://twitter.com/christoq/status/1001567387106213890



https://twitter.com/jayfurr/status/1001280299710472192
https://twitter.com/USGSVolcanoes/status/1001281586476867584
Posted by StrictlyRockers | Tue May 29, 2018, 05:02 PM (9 replies)

Bernie Sanders is sooooooo awesome. And he's considering running for president.

http://www.newsweek.com/bernie-sanders-considering-2020-run-against-donald-trump-former-campaign-948048

BERNIE SANDERS CONSIDERING 2020 RUN AGAINST DONALD TRUMP, FORMER CAMPAIGN MANAGER REVEALS

BY ALEXANDRA HUTZLER ON 5/29/18 AT 2:26 PM

The campaign manager for Bernie Sanders in his 2016 presidential run hinted that the Independent senator from Vermont may run for the White House again in 2020.

Sanders is ďconsidering another run for the presidency,Ē but for now is completely focused on his congressional re-election campaign in November, Jeff Weavers said in an interview with C-Span host John McArdle on Monday.

Sanders made waves as the progressive who consistently challenged former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in his 2016 primary bid. His platform largely focused on issues like universal healthcare and income equality.

When Sanders announced his candidacy for president in 2015, he was 50 points behind Clinton in almost every major national poll. But with his popularity among young Democratic voters, he closed that gap and ended up winning 22 states and about 45 percent of the pledged delegates before conceding and endorsing Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.


Posted by StrictlyRockers | Tue May 29, 2018, 03:06 PM (117 replies)

DU Hug

I've been posting here for over 12 years. This is my favorite site on all of the interwebs, Twitter included. And I am up to 38k Twitter followers now.

Mostly, I have DU and Reddit to thank for all of the articles and funny memes I post on Twitter. I love you guys. I mean I really, really love you guys. I love the lefty/progressive perspective here. I love the spirited debates. I love the consistency and the active moderators/admins who keep out the riff raff. I love the jury system which allows me to have some voice in what is allowed here.

I think of myself as someone who takes it upon himself to find the most important lefty stories of the day and amplify them. That's the reason I am on Twitter, to push progressive ideas and to fight back against fake news. If you post an important story or a dank meme, you can count on me to amplify it as best I can and give the story more legs. My Twitter posts average around 5 million views/impressions per month for the past year. So, I feel like I'm doing something right, and people want to hear what I have to say. I have found my voice. On Twitter. But mostly I have DU to thank for it. You guys rock. And I love you guys.



Posted by StrictlyRockers | Mon May 28, 2018, 06:30 PM (6 replies)

GOP Senator: 'I Don't Consider The President A Role Model For My Kids'

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/gop-senator-lankford-said-he-does-not-consider-president-role-model-for-kids

Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) slammed President Donald Trumpís behavior on Sunday, saying that he does not consider the President a role model for his kids, and that he would never speak or treat his staff the way Trump does.

ďI donít want my kids to speak the way he speaks or make some of the choices, and it has been the challenge for quite a bit of time to say, how do you balance this out between policy and personal behavior in the way he has his own unique style,Ē he said to MSNBCís Kasie Hunt. ďI donít speak that way. I donít tweet that way. I donít interact with people that way. I donít treat my staff the way he treats his staff.

Posted by StrictlyRockers | Mon May 28, 2018, 02:30 PM (14 replies)

Mom advice

Posted by StrictlyRockers | Sun May 27, 2018, 07:26 PM (1 replies)

Michael Cohen Case Folds In On Itself With Unexpected Schneiderman Twist...

In yet another example of seemingly discrete stories turning out to be connected, the Michael Cohen case took a odd twist to intersect with the Eric Schneiderman abuse story. Joy Reid explains with help from Emily Jane Fox, Vanity Fair senior reporter, and Paul Butler, former federal prosecutor.




https://twitter.com/christoq/status/995160545291485189
Posted by StrictlyRockers | Sat May 12, 2018, 12:53 AM (0 replies)
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