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  1. Pop Marc Stein @TheSteinLine Gregg Popovich on Tim Duncan joining the Spurs’ coaching staff: “It is only fitting, after I served loyally for 19 years as Tim Duncan’s assistant, that he returns the favor.” 3:58 PM · Jul 22, 2019
  2. Shams Charania @ShamsCharania Spurs legend Tim Duncan has joined Gregg Popovich's coaching staff as an assistant coach. 3:48 PM · Jul 22, 2019
  3. I have an iphone - I'll also use them with my PC from time to time and have no problems with connectivity or anything.
  4. I've been pretty happy with these. The sound is unspectacular but solid, they stay put while you run, and it's hard to beat the price IMO.
  5. He's young so there's plenty of time for him to become a dbag, but for now the only bad thing I hear about Patrick Mahomes is "he kicked my team's ###."
  6. Some are handling it better than others: https://twitter.com/jamesjaded/status/1150408717072027648?s=21
  7. There's a lot of interesting scholarship on why people voted for Trump, and most researchers can't find a clear link between preference for Trump and economic anxiety or deaths of despair. Did declining social mobility cause Trump's rise? In a word, no. From research found in "Identity crisis":
  8. EVs are responsible for less pollution than combustion engine vehicles even when the electricity used in the car is generated with coal. The pollution created during the manufacturing process of an EV is about on par with that of a combustion engine vehicle, and that accounts for pollution created during the mining process. EVs becoming more ubiquitous also leads to more battery recycling and less of a need for further mining.
  9. This might be better suited for the climate thread, but: the IPCC has been awfully clear on how quickly we need to decrease our emissions and there’s no way we get there with a carbon tax alone. It’s a fine policy and can certainly be part of the transition away from fossil fuels, but it can’t be the beginning and end of our actions on climate change.
  10. If it ever gets put to a vote we’ll see how he really feels, but John Cornyn has been a tepid supporter of a carbon tax for a few years now.
  11. It’s way too easy to ignore. It’s invisible, it’s technical, it’s slow moving. We’re pretty screwed.