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Watching America in Horror From a Curve-Flattened Australia

On Apr 24, 2020
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"There’s an extreme emotional dissonance in feelings of gratitude for Australia’s relative safety, when so many people I know and love are in the U.S. where things seem out of control," writes @BeshaRodell https://t.co/w3xbnmNNXs
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There’s an extreme emotional dissonance in feelings of gratitude for Australia’s relative safety, when so many people I know and love are in the United States where things seem out of control.

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On Apr 24, 2020
@nytimes shared
"There’s an extreme emotional dissonance in feelings of gratitude for Australia’s relative safety, when so many people I know and love are in the U.S. where things seem out of control," writes @BeshaRodell https://t.co/w3xbnmNNXs
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Watching America in Horror From a Curve-Flattened Australia

There’s an extreme emotional dissonance in feelings of gratitude for Australia’s relative safety, when so many people I know and love are in the United States where things seem out of ...

Why These Australia Fires Are Like Nothing We’ve Seen Before

More than 16 million acres have gone up in flames. And it has happened in populated areas, unlike most of the world’s other blazes of this scale.

The Victims Of The Christchurch Attack Include Parents, Children, And Refugees

Still waiting for official confirmation and for the bodies of loved ones, family members and friends of victims have taken to social media, posting photos of loved ones they can no longer ...

“There’s No Tragedy for Me”: Selma Blair’s Transformation

Rocked by an M.S. diagnosis, the actress has found a new voice—and a new inspiration for her style.

Corona pan(dem)ic_RS_2020.pdf

E.g., government officials across the US are relying on location data from millions of cellphone users to better understand the movements of Americans during the pandemic, and how those ...