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Kristina Rae
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Lived in Boston, MA
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The United States has no database of police shootings. There is no standardized process by which officers log when they've discharged their weapons and why. There is no central infrastructure for handling that information and making it public. Researchers, confronted with the reality that there are over 17,000 law enforcement agencies in the country, aren't even sure how you'd go about setting one up. No one is keeping track of how many American ...
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yeah, it's gonna be tough to beat this as "coolest thing of the day"!! 
Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn about everything in between.
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"One of the many puzzling aspects of yesterday's attacks was the question of what, exactly, the perpetrators thought they'd accomplish by targeting what basically amounts to a celebration of human tenacity."
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amateur bureaucrat, photographer and shower-singer; professional news junkie & klutz
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  • Harvard University
    2008 - present
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a pessmistic idealist and expert procrastinator
Introduction
I'm a former figure-skater, high-jumper, 50-yard dasher and soccer player. Currently working at Harvard College and taking classes towards an Ed.M. I'm shy but opinionated, (an INTP?) and will post my thoughts on things I like, love and hate and will debate about all of it. Check out my +1's for everything in between. 

**some are asking for hobbies, interests, etc to better assist in placing people in their circles. so, while this is nowhere near an exhaustive list, and i'd really like to see everything you have to offer, here are my "dominant interests"!

Politics - National and International
Current Events
Strange news
Photography (i'm a complete amateur who just likes to shoot. friendly critiques welcome! :D )
Art (no specific kind, i like a feast for the eyes!)
Education (& reform)
Higher Ed/issues surrounding it
Interesting or innovative pedagogy
"Feminist" issues or news
Crass/inappropriate/tasteless (or tasteful!) comedy
Music - almost all of it.
Animals - funny ones, cute ones, ugly ones. love 'em!
Time-wasting websites
Shoes
Boston sports teams
Literature
Travel/places to visit/wonders of the world
....so there you have it. Circle away!


Bragging rights
1) i haven't fallen in about a month! 2) i've sung the national anthem in front of hundreds of people multiple times 3) i'm not pregnant or married
Education
  • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
    Political Science, 2004 - 2008
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Bernie Sanders' economic plan would create nearly 26 million jobs and increase median income by more than $22,000, according to University o

OPINION: America: Home of the wimps?
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Candidates who engage in fear-mongering over terrorism are not being presidential

10 of the world's most beautiful ice skating rinks - CNN.com
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The best places to indulge our second-favorite thing to do with ice.

'Daily Show' Debunks 'Good Guy With A Gun' Theory About Mass Shootings (...
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"The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" debunked the claim on Thursday night's episode that the only way to prevent mass shootings is to arm the g

A moment that changed me - the death of my sister and the grief that fol...
www.theguardian.com

When my 32-year-old sister died of cancer the grief hit me like a freight train

Dallas Mayor Says He’s More Fearful Of Armed White Men Than Syrian Refugees
thinkprogress.org

"Christ following people like myself — how do we deal with this issue of strangers, and are we going to let them in?” he said.

We regulate toys, so why not guns? (Opinion) - CNN.com
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5 things less dangerous than guns that we regulate more.

The truth behind Jeb Bush's 'free stuff' remark - CNN.com
www.cnn.com

Jeb Bush's comment is not so much a gaffe as statement of belief about poor people that conservatives use to justify the distribution of wea

As Companies Seek Tax Deals, Governments Pay High Price - NYTimes.com
www.nytimes.com

States, cities and counties are giving up more than $80 billion a year to attract or keep companies and the jobs they provide. But officials

We Need a Federal Law Banning Public Subsidies for Private Companies
gawker.com

American states, counties, and cities routinely offer huge tax incentives and subsidies to private businesses in order to lure those busines

The power of white outrage (Opinion) - CNN.com
www.cnn.com

The Confederate flag issue shows when blacks talk about race our concerns are dismissed. It is the power of white outrage that will make the

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Although many people will tell you that Monopoly should come with a warning label that reads "m...

Stop Saying “Do What You Love, Love What You Do.” It Devalues Actual Work.
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“Do what you love. Love what you do.” The command is framed and perched in a living room that can only be described as “well-curated.” A pic

Police Start to Reconsider Longstanding Rules on Using Force
www.nytimes.com

A small but vocal number of law enforcement officials are calling for a rethinking of axioms that have emphasized how to use force, not how

Picking Up the Tab for Low Wages
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A business model based on inadequate pay has essentially turned public aid into corporate welfare.