“If you don’t have enough money, you’re not going to get the same amount of resources as someone who does have a lot of money,” she said. “If you are a white person, you might get completely different charges for the same crime that a person of color may have. I find that so unfair, and it’s sad, really.” … [Read more...] about New, paid internship places high school students in SF Public Defender’s office
“Pokémon GO Fest 2020 has been designed from the ground up for Trainers to play wherever they are safe,” Niantic wrote. “For example in some regions, Trainers may feel it is best to play with their families in their living room or backyard while others may feel okay going on a solo or socially distanced walk in their neighborhood. Whenever Trainers are playing Pokémon GO during Pokémon GO Fest, we encourage them to be aware of their surroundings and follow laws and local guidelines.” … [Read more...] about Pokemon Go Fest 2020: Here is what to expect from two-day event
Chris: When I was in collage we were doing a story theatre, fairy tales and we were travelling around the state in empty theatres and college gymnasiums and one of my characters is a crow and I go 'kaaaa kaaa kaaa' and my roommate said I was doing it in my sleep. I was in … [Read more...] about FX’s and FX on Hulu Brings ARCHER – Sort Of!
The article concluded by asserting, without any sense of irony or self-awareness, that America’s TikTok users are exploring the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) to get around the not-yet-implemented ban on the platform — exactly the method Chinese citizens, and foreign travelers, have long employed to bypass Beijing’s authoritarian speech codes and access forbidden social media platforms from the outside world. … [Read more...] about Chinese State Media: ‘Rogue’ U.S TikTok Ban Is ‘Barbaric’ Assault