Damn it Braves why did you do this to us. All you had to do was win the game, but noooooooooooooo you spent all the time from the fifth inning onward stepping on your junk.

At least we get the Rays. So Dodgers and fans, celebrate now, because starting Tuesday the Rays are going to show you how baseball is played.

And Braves, go to your room and think about what you’ve done.

Candlesticks shaped as the Tree of Life sitting on a glass-topped coffee table
Go Braves! Don’t screw this up! Win Goddamnit!
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@bix I think the hard thing for me with FB is that so much of my family use it, if I leave, I won’t know what’s going on with anyone. I miss the days when people would send personal email rather than posting to an FB timeline.

@bix @SteveSawczyn I’m in the same position as steve. I hate Facebook with every fiber of my being, and am trying to get friends and family to come over to Micro.blog if they can’t or don’t want to build their own stuff, but they’re not leaving in droves, and they post all the happenings on their Facebook. I’m trying to decide whether or not I want to put an email address on my personal site. Part of me says “do this and then go to Facebook and tell people to contact by email, I’m out,” and delete everything, and part of me says “Oh no if I do that the spam will never end.”
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Last night in game 7 of the American League Championship Series the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Houston Astros by a score of 4 – 2 to win this series 4 games to 3.
Congratulations Tampa Bay Rays the American League Pennant winners!

Yeah we’re going to the Series! Now Braves, get it together tonight.
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Twitter “has refused” to give the New York Post access to its account unless it deletes 6 tweets.

Both the New York Post and Fox know damn good and well exactly how section 230 works, and that they enjoy the same protections as Twitter and Facebook. But by all means guys keep playing the victim and going for that martyr’s crown for clicks. Keep insisting you have some sort of right to have Twitter and Facebook host your stuff in order to deliberately mislead your readers while at the same time exercising your sec. 230 privileges by not publishing every liberal response to your stuff on your sites.

At this point, I think these people should be given everything they ask for. No more Sec. 230. And they should also be given every opportunity to enjoy all of the consequences of their actions to the utmost extent. Have fun on an internet with no spam filtering, because moderation, along with liability for all the user comments you’re no longer allowed to decide you’re not publishing.