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Mary Ellen

@alissacaliente

she/her. sooner or later, someone pushes back.

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linkhttp://twitch.tv/maryellen calendar_today10-11-2011 04:36:12

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Mary Ellen(@alissacaliente) 's Twitter Profile Photo

thanks so much! definitely an ideal pick for people with a lot of time to kill lol. always appreciate hearing that people are still out there enjoying it, thank you

thanks so much! definitely an ideal pick for people with a lot of time to kill lol. always appreciate hearing that people are still out there enjoying it, thank you
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lauren(@NotABigJerk) 's Twitter Profile Photo

It's a very nice feeling to get to treat someone to a nice meal, why is that not enough for the Perfidious heterosexual mind

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Mary Ellen(@alissacaliente) 's Twitter Profile Photo

not only is more radical action required, we’re going to have to collectively embark on a massive cultural shift away from this hyper-independent, fuck you i got mine, scam-based economy, personal comfort over all else bullshit. it’s the only way we survive

not only is more radical action required, we’re going to have to collectively embark on a massive cultural shift away from this hyper-independent, fuck you i got mine, scam-based economy, personal comfort over all else bullshit. it’s the only way we survive
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Simon Underwood(@si_underwood) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Always this. It’s the seriousness mixing right into the glee *whilst* holding his own Oscar. He saw the opp and he took it.

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Patrick Cosmos(@veryimportant) 's Twitter Profile Photo

its funny enough for a normal person to take jordan peterson seriously but it's extra funny for a professional athlete to take jordan peterson seriously. you are basically a real-life superhero and you are taking masculinity advice from that picture of e.t. dying in a river

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wsbgnl(@wsbgnl) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The narrative about workers moving on to “better” jobs should emphasize that a broad set of occupations have been made significantly worse by the pandemic, with millions of workers who are not adequately protected or compensated, but also not in a position to just “move on.”

The narrative about workers moving on to “better” jobs should emphasize that a broad set of occupations have been made significantly worse by the pandemic, with millions of workers who are not adequately protected or compensated, but also not in a position to just “move on.”
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