@nytimes
The New York Times
7 days ago
Domingo Morales is on a mission to make composting cool. "For many years, compost has been that evil, stinky upper class thing that white people do," he said. "But it’s really a great introduction to sustainability as a whole."
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@JonCaccaforte
Gianni Caccaforte
7 days ago
@nytimes You dont amount to mulch unless you have a sense of humous.
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@HeroinHatesYou
JP Fuck Russia 🇺🇦🇺🇸🌻
6 days ago
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@HattieA12837562
Hattie Anderson
7 days ago
@nytimes Folks just didn't call it composting it was just an chore in farming
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@AhmetEr09820194
Dingding57
7 days ago
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@Matthew90332919
Matthew Manley
6 days ago
@nytimes It is foolish to deny that abortion is a hot button issue that will motivate many to vote D during the mid-term, however, the most important issue for most people is being able to provide for themselves and their families.
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@IMADutchman
Diedrich Peterse
6 days ago
@Matthew90332919 @nytimes Exactly! So you still need to vote Democratic Party for that too! Unless you are white male upper class with a net worth of 500.000+ then you need to vote Republican to pay less taxes then the poorer people.
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@Poquelin_Cleant
Cléante
6 days ago
@nytimes You are all living in a dying world...
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@foomper
Ken Scott
6 days ago
@nytimes I think there are so many myths about stuff being "only what white people do." As the black neighborhood I grew up in was starting to integrate, there were cries of, "oh no, now will be up to our armpits in joggers & dog walkers."
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@CurtProlix
Curt Prolix
6 days ago
@nytimes "How can we say that upper class white people were doing the right thing while still vaguely insulting them?" -The New York Times editorial board
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@Aurelkys
Aurelkys Estevez
6 days ago
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