A professor at Harvard University is calling for a "presumptive ban" on home schooling because the practice infringes on the rights of children.

"The issue is, do we think that parents should have 24/7, essentially authoritarian control over their children from ages zero to 18? I think that’s dangerous,” she said. “I think it’s always dangerous to put powerful people in charge of the powerless, and to give the powerful ones total authority.”

Um... you do realize you fit that description yourself, right? He's basically saying "you cannot have power, ONLY I CAN HAVE POWER."

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I'm glad he's caught up to things people have been saying for weeks.

And the obligatory joke:

Your ventilator needs to be rebooted for updates. Since you haven't answered me in 5 seconds I'm going to do that now. I hope you saved your work!

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In a time of crisis we should extend our healthcare to those in need... as long as it has zero impact on healthcare to citizens.

People stuck here need access for tracking purposes, etc.; however, US citizens must come first. The argument I can accept is just that, though: these people help spread the disease and it's unfortunately our problem right now. We need to track them along with everyone else if they are sick/carriers. I disagree with this argument, but I can at least understand the logic behind it.

If they are here illegally, then they just simply need to step aside when it comes to caring for illness.

The real problem is that they are here in the first place. :angry-fist:

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Magnificent app which corrects your previous console command. - nvbn/thefuck

If you're a CLI addict like me, you cannot live without this.

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Azithromycin and hydroxychloroquine given together is EXTREMELY dangerous. They are both QT prolongation and both have minor antiviral properties, but you need to be very careful especially if you have heart conditions.

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Let the mega-giant echo chambers die.

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After years of limited visibility in Hollywood, transmasculine actors are playing out increasingly three-dimensional roles on the small screen.

"Men"

They forgot the quotes around "men"

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Yet another example of how out-of-touch celebrities are. Also another example of why we shouldn't listen to any of them.

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TRUST ME, GUYS - THIS TIME IT'S FOR REAL.

Not like the last 500 times... you know... when we... were saved by... um... angels.

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Bullets & water. ... and apparently TP.

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