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Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
Samantha James aka Cookie Tookie. May your flame resonate forever.

Rest well icon. ✨🙏🏿🕊️💐
 
.@Will_Bunch: “There has been so much talk in the last six years about saving American democracy, yet there has been precious little conversation about what has gone so wrong with our political system that no party will stand up for the American worker.” inquirer.com/opinion/commen…
 
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
Addiction medicine can be hard not because of the work— that part is always rewarding because treatment works, harm reduction saves lives & people we partner with are spectacular, gritty, resilient humans— but because of the moral injury of discriminatory policies & systems 1/7
 
Super charming.
The French players all wearing the shirt of their first ever grass roots club! ❤️
@FrenchTeam pic.twitter.com/JccjEmabxn
 
This made me smile.
Australian players were fanboying over Messi after the match 😂 pic.twitter.com/uFIWWLt4m1
 
Why is it that the heinous speech always falls under “free speech” but the criticism does not?!

“I like the person who ordered the massacre of your entire family.”

“Thank you for sharing. Agree to disagree.”

Ps. here are the faces of some of the relatives Hitler stole from me. pic.twitter.com/b3hnjlywpD
Replying to @abgutman
We can argue about what’s way to deal with someone who is legit co-signing on Nazism. We can debate their ability to return from that place. I’m honest ambivalent on all of that. But do *not* ask me to be open minded to Holocaust denial and praise of Hitler. Do not.
 
Why is it that the heinous speech always falls under “free speech” but the criticism does not?!

“I like the person who ordered the massacre of your entire family.”

“Thank you for sharing. Agree to disagree.”

Ps. here are the faces of some of the relatives Hitler stole from me.
I clearly do not agree with Kanye’s remarksI about Hitler. I am simply saying that everyone should have the right to their own opinion. Doesn’t mean we will always agree pic.twitter.com/znCunyCIb0
 
In reply to @abgutman
This but also a WNBA franchise. I’ll take 5 seasons tickets right now.
 
10/10. I cannot recommend more. Eric reads his audiobook also, which is an excellent listen. Opened my mind. Especially important to journalists, employers or people with hiring power, and anyone who works in a college context. But also good for everyone. Buy.
On #InternationalPersonsWithDisabilitiesDay2022 #IPDD2022, I am once again asking you to consider purchasing my book “We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation” harpercollins.com/products/were-…
 
I want Philly to get a NWSL team so bad. I promise to buy season tix for the whole fam starting game 1. As long as they don’t wear yellow like the Union. Red like the Phillies would be 🔥!!!
seems like a good time to remind everyone that the USWNT is the elite soccer team from this country.
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
"What we saw tonight was a naïveté" - Landon Donovan, correctly
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
First time the USA leaves a Middle Eastern country so quickly
 
Dumfries was so alone in the US box, he looked like Dershowitz at a Martha’s Vineyard party.
 
It was fun to have hope for 5 minutes. #USMNT
 
“If you don’t score, you concede” is one of the most painful truism of soccer when your team actually looks good. #USAvNED
 
In reply to @BrianPHickey
Wrong but Shabbat is for peace.
 
In reply to @BrianPHickey
One of my favorite memories is champions league final, the day before my wedding. All our families and friends descended on TirNaNog to watch the game together. Epic, epic overtime.
Replying to @abgutman @BrianPHickey and 1 otherfalse
2014****
 
In reply to @BrianPHickey
One of my favorite memories is champions league final, the day before my wedding. All our families and friends descended on TirNaNog to watch the game together. Epic, epic overtime.
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
Jesus Ferreira strolled out with the team to have a look around, but he’s the last one out. Listening to music and really taking it in.

I wonder if he’s mulling over something big

#USMNT
 
Sport injuries aren’t binary.

What are sport medicine experts watching for in Christian Pulisic today?

How long he will play & at what level.

Even if he’s only at 80% that’s still “better than the majority of people in the world,” Phillies’ doc told me. inquirer.com/health/christi…
Replying to @abgutman
Another thing to look at in the #NEDUSA game is whether Pulisic is compensating. When players aren’t at 100% they often compensate to overcome a weakness or pain — creating risk for a new injury. That’s the big worry, more than worsening the contusion. inquirer.com/health/christi…
 
Sport injuries aren’t binary.

What are sport medicine experts watching for in Christian Pulisic today?

How long he will play & at what level.

Even if he’s only at 80% that’s still “better than the majority of people in the world,” Phillies’ doc told me. inquirer.com/health/christi…
 
I still have so many questions about this. Handing materials / giving access to a journalist and agreeing on publication parameters is *not* the same as being involved in drafting. The former is part of journalism, the latter is corporate communications. pic.twitter.com/h5dcunh8a0
Replying to @abgutman
Journalists who do much more sensitive work than me, am I thinking about this the wrong way?!
 
In reply to @abgutman
Last night, Elon invented journalism.
Replying to @JAWilletts
About as much as he founded Tesla
 
I still have so many questions about this. Handing materials / giving access to a journalist and agreeing on publication parameters is *not* the same as being involved in drafting. The former is part of journalism, the latter is corporate communications.
 
Many ways to introduce Leo Beletsky in a piece. This isn’t one of them. Big miss that hurts the readers by removing critical context that make his commentary on the article relevant — he is a drug policy researcher!
Hey @TheEconomist, if you’re going to refer to our colleague as a former drug dealer when you’re citing him as a law professor, (we all know why you chose that label) maybe at least have the spine to put a byline on the piece. pic.twitter.com/vurqvC4Him
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
Hey @TheEconomist, if you’re going to refer to our colleague as a former drug dealer when you’re citing him as a law professor, (we all know why you chose that label) maybe at least have the spine to put a byline on the piece.
 
I’ve always been very impressed by how few rats Philly seems to have. No idea why, its shockingly filthy and between two rivers. But i can count on one hand the rats ive seen here in the last decade+ living here. When I go to DC, NYC, Baltimore tho, they’re everywhere
Replying to @jblumgart
Are you taking about Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?!
 
Shabbat Shalom to everyone — except the Nazis. 🕍🍷
 
Anyone knows if I can bring a stroller to the @KimmelCC’s Miller Theater? I can’t find any info online or a working phone number that isn’t for ticket sales.
Replying to @abgutman
Update to literally no one: we could have brought a stroller.
 
In reply to @abgutman
I covered its groundbreaking! Feels like just yesterday.
Did they let you bring a stroller ?
 
Anyone knows if I can bring a stroller to the @KimmelCC’s Miller Theater? I can’t find any info online or a working phone number that isn’t for ticket sales.
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
To all @Gannett and @cnn journalists who lost their jobs or are facing layoffs: I’ve been there. This is not your fault. This is corporate America at its worst. Don’t let this push you out of this industry. There’s life at the end of the tunnel. I’m an example of that. 🙏
 
Standing in solidarity with my colleagues @NYTimesGuild.

With my colleagues who lost their jobs at Gannett, CNN, and Washington Post.

With my striking colleagues @PGHGuild.

There is no future for journalism that isn't centered around journalists.
 
Christian Pulisic has been cleared to play in tomorrow's World Cup game against the Netherlands.

What did the team doctors look for?

I asked the Phillies team doctor.

“If the risk [for another injury] is lower, and he’s comfortable, you let him play."

inquirer.com/health/christi…
Replying to @abgutman
John Vasudevan, a sports medicine doc at Penn, told me yesterday that he expects Pulisic to open on Saturday. But there are two big questions now: at what level does he perform and how many minutes can he stay on the pitch? That will give as a clue on the extent of his recovery.
 
Christian Pulisic has been cleared to play in tomorrow's World Cup game against the Netherlands.

What did the team doctors look for?

I asked the Phillies team doctor.

“If the risk [for another injury] is lower, and he’s comfortable, you let him play."

inquirer.com/health/christi…
Will U.S. star Christian Pulisic play in Saturdays World Cup game? How team doctors will evaluate his injury.
inquirer.com
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
תיעוד לירי בחוארה.לא צריך להסביר יותר מדי. הכל מתועד. מי אמר שצריך לחדד הוראות פתיחה באש?
 
Abraham Gutman Retweeted ·  
Several years ago, I read a study that said that having one fewer child was the best individual action to take for the climate. I was intrigued -- and a little skeptical. This story is the result. A thread... 1/
washingtonpost.com/climate-enviro…
 
In reply to @abgutman
Av thank you for your service with this article 🫡
Replying to @g_donnelly4 @PhillyInquirer and 1 otherfalse
Av Gutman, kicked in the balls beat.
 
Replying to @abrahamjoseph
All these people define antisemitism through tautologies and that’s bad, is my best faith take
 
In reply to @abrahamjoseph
I always wonder what’s the limiting principle for these kind of statements. So could one not make a movie about Baruch Goldstein because it is about a literal bloodthirsty Jew and even has Jewish religious iconography while killing? Is that blood libel?
This is another one of the genre. *no matter what policies is pursues* is quite the open check.
 
“In fact, I could do with more Palestinian suffering” pic.twitter.com/74VEUWvLX3
Replying to @abrahamjoseph
I always wonder what’s the limiting principle for these kind of statements. So could one not make a movie about Baruch Goldstein because it is about a literal bloodthirsty Jew and even has Jewish religious iconography while killing? Is that blood libel?
 
In reply to @abgutman
Apologies: I wasn't seeking to start an argument. Enough of those already. You make good points.
Replying to @MarbinMiller
I didn’t mean to argue! I just wanted to make sure that I don’t come across saying something I didn’t mean to. Definitely no apology needed. I view it more as edits when done in good faith (like here!).
 
It’s possible to be a bad person *and* have a mental illness, and have both of those things interact while they independently hold true.
 
In reply to @abgutman
Say things, yes, and sure, have delusions, but I don't think mental illness makes people who aren't racist racists or antisemitic. It changes the expression. What was previously a bias/prejudice becomes a fixed delusion. But they already had it.
Replying to @pdnell
It’s complicated. If you are delusional and paranoid, or even manic, a conspiracy theory can suddenly be either very appealing / seem like you are seeing the matrix. I don’t know if that’s what happening here.
 
In reply to @abgutman
3. That doesn’t implicate the concept of mental illness, all people who are dealing with severe mental illness, or minimize the impact of Kanye’s words or his accountability for them. 4. twitter.com/abgutman/statu…
5. Again, not my intention to stigmatize or make sweeping statements, I failed if I have. I think this is really complicated. It’s hard to ignore that for someone who is delusional or paranoid (which I don’t know if Kanye is) conspiracy theories can be very appealing.
 
In reply to @MarbinMiller
Not at all the intention. 1. I don’t know Kanye. Im not here to diagnose him. I don’t know how long he held those beliefs. 2. People with mental illness when they are unwell could (not do and not only) say and do things that are painful, harming themselves or others…
3. That doesn’t implicate the concept of mental illness, all people who are dealing with severe mental illness, or minimize the impact of Kanye’s words or his accountability for them. 4. twitter.com/abgutman/statu…
In reply to @abgutman
Final thing, not to be pedantic: antisemitism or any other type of racism is not a symptom of mental illness. That can still hold while recognizing that mental illness can shape thought processes and belief in ways that can be both very harmful and uncomfortable to discuss.
 
In reply to @abgutman
This sounds like a hate and bigotry version of "only a person with mental illness would do *that* " -- as in kill their children or shoot up a theater. With regard to West and others like him, I'm more inclined to think some people are just jerks.
Replying to @MarbinMiller
Not at all the intention. 1. I don’t know Kanye. Im not here to diagnose him. I don’t know how long he held those beliefs. 2. People with mental illness when they are unwell could (not do and not only) say and do things that are painful, harming themselves or others…
 
In reply to @abgutman
The situation with Kanye is really complicated because he isn’t a loved one, he’s a public figure. Regardless of how mental illness plays a role in his antisemitism and the way it is manifesting, he is spreading the message. That’s bad. I’m not sure how to manage those two.
Replying to @abgutman
Final thing, not to be pedantic: antisemitism or any other type of racism is not a symptom of mental illness. That can still hold while recognizing that mental illness can shape thought processes and belief in ways that can be both very harmful and uncomfortable to discuss.
 
In reply to @abgutman
A big challenge with mental illness is that inflicting harm while being unwell doesn’t make the harm less real. I know this first hand. I hear these stories from sources. Accountability through empathy is hard. You see families that can’t recover while a person is in recovery.
Replying to @abgutman
The situation with Kanye is really complicated because he isn’t a loved one, he’s a public figure. Regardless of how mental illness plays a role in his antisemitism and the way it is manifesting, he is spreading the message. That’s bad. I’m not sure how to manage those two.
 
 
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