Andrey (azangru) wrote,

(retweeted by a developer)

How does she interpret what she has highlighted — "unlawful blocking of a public street" — as "pedestrians whose politics [drivers] don't like"? How is commuting, or safety while commuting, a matter of politics?

Also, how is it that blocking traffic when upset or angry is tolerated in Western cultures? Especially in a country where mere jaywalking can get you into trouble with the law?

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    A hilarious piece of web comedy in the style of Monty Python. Can only be viewed on the author's web page, because privacy settings. But so worth it.…

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    A very impressive demo of real-time noise suppression software for Linux called NoiseTorch: - audio demo on the Linux for Everyone podcast…

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    Twitter is having fun:

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