Trobar sen / trying to make sense of November (2): the 9th & 10th

Resistance and remembrance

A feeling of

Following on from post (1) in this series, a carefully-curated collection a messy miscellany of tweets from the beginning of the month up to the 8th.

This may be of no use to man or beast; it may be a selfish exercise in trying to understand a world in crisis; in trying not to lose this recent past as it moves so fast, it would be too easy for it to flit by in Twitter evanescence. To paraphrase Christine de Pizan: forgive a poor, weak, ignorant mere woman; bear with her; show and share your greater wisdom and nobility of soul in tolerance and patience, clemency and mercy. Or, if all that (and the next four years or so) fail, may these posts provide you with a moment of amusement, and may they (and maybe you and I) still be here, and laughing lightly rather than darkly.

9 November

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10 November

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A timely reminder via my colleague @EWayneRoss of the greatest speech ever made:

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