It looks like he's deleting tweets about rape, Greta Thunberg, Asians, and trans people.
Context - When I was a child, we had an unfinished basement that always had a bunch of old smelling boxes tucked away in the corner. We used to play down there all the time so naturally I ended up looking through most of them. In one was this huge thousand page book with the old cover for the complete and uncut editon (The coolest cover btw). Around this time I had fallen in love with reading and wanted to get my hands on everything. When my I asked my dad if I could read it all he said, "No, its way to scary." For years I always wondered what was so spooky about it. Eveyone I asked said the same thing and even when I got older I was still never allowed to read it. That is untill I got really bored and decided to read it stuck in my appartment during quarintine.
It really is that spooky - Books have never scared me, but this one did. Usualy when you think of being scared you think of a jump scare of something like that, this was completely different. It is more like a long spiraling decent of a jump scare. When I was finished reading it I was unsettled for like 2 days. I have never been left with that sort of feeling durring and especially after finishing a book. What makes it worse is the cotent of the book and what is going on today. I could not have picked a better book to read durring this time and I am super glad I did. So for anyone who likes 1000 page books that are deeply disturbing and biblical and have all this really cool stuff, this one is for you.
Context: Photographer Teresa Halbach disappeared on October 31, 2005; her last alleged appointment was a meeting with Steven Avery, at his home near the grounds of Avery's Auto Salvage, to photograph his sister's minivan that he was offering for sale on Autotrader.com.Halbach's vehicle was found partially concealed in the salvage yard, and bloodstains recovered from its interior matched Avery's DNA. Investigators later identified charred bone fragments found in a burn pit near Avery's home as Halbach''s.
Avery was arrested and charged with Halbach's murder, kidnapping, sexual assault, and mutilation of a corpse on November 11, 2005. On March 18 2007, Avery was found guilty of first-degree murder and illegal possession of a firearm, and was acquitted on the corpse-mutilation charge. He was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole on the murder conviction, plus five years on the weapons charge, to run concurrently.
Yesterday, April 11th 2021, a new witness has come forward saying he saw someone else pushing Teresa's vehicle (Avery's nephew Bobby Dassey) which puts the credibility of key witness Bobby Dassey into question. The witness said he contacted the police, but the police did not want to take his statement at the time as they already "had their guy." Avery's attorney submitted an appeal today that the existence of this witness was known to the prosecution and suppressed to the defense, thus putting the fairness of the original trial into question.
MANITOWOC COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - Steven Avery’s attorney says a new witness has come forward alleging he saw Teresa Halbach’s vehicle planted at the Avery Salvage Yard in Manitowoc County after her murder. Attorney Kathleen Zellner says the new evidence points shows Steven Avery’s nephew, Bobby Dassey, was involved in the murder and framing of Avery.
Zellner filed a motion with the Wisconsin Court of Appeals District II asking to stay the appeal so Avery can file a motion disclosing new evidence of what’s known as a Brady violation and to introduce a third-party suspect.
CLICK HERE to read the motion and newly filed affidavit.
Zellner’s filing says Thomas Sowinski, a former driver for Gannett Newspapers, delivered... keep reading on reddit ➡
Awhile ago I completed my first HeartGold play through in a few years and came across Steven in Kanto. After meeting a few more times, including him introducing me to Latias, he offered to trade me a Beldum for a Forretress (it came with the nickname ‘Iron’). I’ve since kept that Beldum and transferred it through generations to the PokeBank where I then put it on my team for my first ever Omega Ruby playthrough, Iron is now a full grown Metagross and ready to beat his OT to a pulp :-)
>“I just got your email, I’m so sorry this happened. Let me get to the bottom of this,” Cohen told Titus.
(Reuters) - After almost four months of phone calls and emails to GameStop Corp complaining about the slow shipping of an order, New Jersey teacher Steven Titus received a late night call in early March - from a director on the video game retailer’s board.
On the line was Ryan Cohen, the billionaire co-founder and former chief executive of online pet supplies retailer Chewy who is now leading GameStop’s push into e-commerce. Cohen was responding to an email Titus had sent 12 hours earlier to more than two dozen GameStop executives and board members.
“NOBODY has attempted to respond except a muddled voicemail with no distinguishable callback number or extension. E-commerce requires a customer support team and processes that are responsive,” Titus wrote.
“I just got your email, I’m so sorry this happened. Let me get to the bottom of this,” Cohen told Titus.
Cohen then asked GameStop’s new customer service chief Kelli Durkin, who spearheaded initiatives at Chewy that included written personal notes to customers, to look into the matter. Titus was reimbursed for his purchase, even though he had not requested a refund and was only complaining about the tardiness of his order.
The anecdote, described by Titus and GameStop insiders, is representative of the intensity Cohen has brought to the Grapevine, Texas-based company as he pursues an against-the-odds transformation of the brick-and-mortar retailer into an e-commerce firm that can take on big-box retailers such as Target Corp and Walmart Inc and technology firms such as Microsoft Corp and Sony Corp.
Since Cohen joined GameStop’s board in January, the 35-year-old entrepreneur has been obsessing about customer service, contacting customers late into the night to solicit feedback, and has made a push to upgrade the company’s website and online ordering system, eight people who work with or know Cohen said in interviews. Cohen aims to turn GameStop into the “Chewy of gaming” with lower prices, better selection and faster delivery times, said the sources, most of them speaking on condition of anonymity.
Wall Street analysts are doubtful Cohen - a college dropout who says he learned the ins and outs of business from his late father, who was a glass importer - can win back GameStop customers who have become accustomed to streaming video games. Some are struggling to understand why the creator of... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hear me out please before commenting. Brad Stevens has led the Celtics to 3 ECF in the last four years and has massively overachieved earlier on in his coaching tenure with Boston. This season, the Celtics have been absolutely decimated by COVID and constant injuries. There is an absolute correlation between teams that made it far in the bubble and their play this year. The Celtics have been battered by COVID/Injuries, The Heat have been hit hard as well, the Lakers have been an injured mess, and the Nuggets are not shorthanded without Murray. Teams that made it far have struggled, and teams that have had a 9-10 month offseason or were eliminated early in the bubble (Knicks, Hawks, Suns, Jazz) have done really well. I think firing Brad after a down season with it being one of the most crazy seasons in NBA history would be bad. Brad has been notorious for drawing up great plays and making guys better on the Celtics through his tenure. Brad Stevens didn’t decide this season to not teach defense, hustle, and make plays like he normally has all along. We just don’t really have the talent to execute it.
This team is just not as good as people make it out to be. I truly believe that Boston has one of the best fanbases, but it is true that we do overvalue our players sometimes.
Hi Steven, I don't know if you'll ever see this, but I just want to thank you for being someone whose content massively helped me during a really bad mental health crisis I had a couple of years ago. After a botched suicide attempt, as well as pursuing conventional therapy, I also listened to a range of music that meant a lot to me, likewise with movies, and I also was made happier by the funny and intelligent content by a number of Twitch streamers that I discovered. These included Sweet Anita, Katerino, and Destiny himself.
Steven, I want you to know that I, and so many others in your community, love and support you, and are inspired and entertained by your content. You never fail to put a smile on my face when I have a sucky day, and I want to express a huge amount of gratitude for your humour, kindness, and knowledge that you brought me that helped me so much during the worst period of my life.
Thank you Steven, for everything, and please stay strong in fighting against the current bullshit you're being subject to by Twitch.
>WKYT has confirmed former UK men’s basketball player Terrence Clarke has died in Los Angeles.
>Brad Stevens said he just heard the Terrence Clarke news and isn't up to talking about tonight's game. He noted that Clarke is a Boston kid and that his son looks up to Clarke.
>Stevens presser was cut short after one question: "It's hard to talk about basketball right now with even the idea of that floating out there."
>Brandon Boston Jr. is OK. Sierra Canyon basketball assistant confirms Boston is OK.
>Boston was reportedly driving behind Terrence Clarke when Clarke was involved in a deadly accident.