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    Review: Dave Chappelle’s 8:46 lends catharsis, insight, and some laughs

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Friday, 19 June - 14:22 · 1 minute

Dave Chappelle's 8:46 .

In Dave Chappelle’s latest impromptu performance, distributed by Netflix via YouTube, Chappelle responds to those calling for his voice during America’s current racial reckoning. In particular, he addresses a call-out by CNN anchor Don Lemon who demanded during a broadcast that Chappelle and other African-American celebrities speak out on the killings and protests taking place in the country and around the world.

This call comes in an era where celebrities and companies can immediately and directly reach millions of people—and some have done so more effectively than others, with each degree of response receiving its own backlash. In Chappelle's case, his material has always met the issue of race in America head-on with equal parts analysis and hilarity—typically with blue jokes sprinkled throughout. It’s what made his Comedy Central show a paradigm-shifting success and why, after decades in the business, his commentary is still highly sought after, as rare as it has been in recent years.

Chappelle says he didn’t want to “step in front of the streets and talk over the work these people are doing.” But in formulating 8:46 , his personal connections to George Floyd, John Crawford, and a slave-born black bishop from South Carolina (among others) reminded him, and all of us, that no one has the luxury of saying “this isn’t about me.”

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    Retour à la fac : 1 - l'arrivée sur le campus

    comics.movim.eu / Humeurs · Sunday, 31 May - 09:50

Retour à la fac : 1 - l'arrivée sur le campus
L'école du futur
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    Edito du 05/05/2020

    news.movim.eu / Korben · Tuesday, 5 May - 10:55 · 2 minutes

Hello les amis,

J’espère que ça se passe bien pour vous et que le confinement ne vous tape pas trop sur la tête. Ici, ça roule. J’avance sur la production de mes prochaines formations , j’écris des articles que je programme pour le futur, j’enchaine les réunions en visioconférence puis quand tout ça me saoule, je vais arracher des trucs dans mon jardin, je bidouille sur Ableton ou je viens raconter des conneries sur Twitter 🥳.

60 jours de confinement pour ma part (oui j’avais de l’avance) et je ne vois pas le temps passer. J’ai l’impression que ça ne fait qu’une semaine que je n’ai pas mis le nez dans le grand monde. À voir si c’est un symptôme du confinement ou le début de la folie ;-).

Mais je pense que toute cette histoire a dû aggraver ma phobie sociale surtout quand je vois (de loin) les gens porter leur masque comme ça :

Quelques spots de pub, comme cela a été fait sur les gestes barrières, et ça ira déjà mieux.

Les effets de bord que nous allons tous nous prendre dans la gueule suite à ce Coronavirus vont être nombreux et notre salut viendra de la résilience. Personnelle, mais aussi collective et territoriale. Et cela à tous les niveaux (éducatif, sanitaire, environnemental, économique, alimentaire, dépendance au pétrole…etc.). Malheureusement, je ne suis pas certain que ceux qui nous dirigent soient dans l’introspection à ce sujet. Mais je sais qu’il y a beaucoup de citoyens qui bossent dur en ce moment et qui se posent les bonnes questions pour d’abord amortir le choc qui arrive, mais également pour réinventer et réorganiser notre société et nos territoires pour que nous puissions tous continuer à vivre durablement.

Sur ce, bisous (de loin !).


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Combien commencent à prendre un certain plaisir à bosser depuis chez eux ? Oui et cela même s’il y a plein d’inconvénients et de distractions, et que la période d’adaptation est parfois compliquée. J’avais d’ailleurs publié un article pour commencer à mettre en place vos nouvelles habitudes de télétravailleurs.

Et si aujourd’hui nous allions un peu plus loin avec l’aide de Logitech ? Après avoir paré à l’essentiel, raffinons un peu (j’écris cette phrase avec le petit doigt levé comme il se doigt).

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David Icke has been booted off youtube (and I think facebook) for saying the coronavirus is being used by the State (mostly governments) to track everybody on mobile smartphones and similar technology and force vaccinations and break the economy. While of course his claims about those exact things are absurd and all that stuff is definitely not like totally happening right now (that exact precise set of things), I will say that David Icke is absolutely correct about the anunnaki, their gold, Archons, and the transdimensional lizards who put their 'hands' in the lower backs of the illuminati to sort of control them like remote control robots. Being on Movim where free-speech reigns, I have the confidence to say this without getting shadowbanned (not that I'd shitpost here or anything).

(Confidentally hovers mouse cursor over padlock icon and the "publish" arrow, which I think is a paper aeroplane as if a folded note-paper message is being fired over a classroom)..."Click".

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    More reason for caution with malaria drugs as COVID-19 treatment

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 23 April - 18:03

Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kimberly Wyss, from Ventura, Calif., dons surgical gloves aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19).

Enlarge / Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kimberly Wyss, from Ventura, Calif., dons surgical gloves aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). (credit: flickr )

A study observing COVID-19 patients has found no evidence that the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, touted as a possible treatment for COVID-19, made a difference to the chance that patients would need a ventilator. The results also suggested that patients treated with hydroxychloroquine had a higher rate of death than those who weren’t treated with the drug.

The study was not a randomized clinical trial, which means that the evidence it offers is tentative and should be interpreted with caution. It was also published on preprint server medRxiv , which means it has not yet been peer-reviewed.

But interpreting the evidence with caution does not mean disregarding it completely. This study is one of a growing number telling us that we don't yet know enough about hydroxychloroquine, adding more weight to the argument that we need to wait for better-quality evidence from randomized controlled trials before we start widespread use of a drug with significant side effects.

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