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I’m so excited to premiere our new show #theothertwo at @vulturefestival this weekend — come see what we’ve been working on for the last 15-20 years! Not to be 🧀 but I’m so proud of this show and all the amazing, kind, talented people who made it with us. It’s a dream come true. Link in bio! Hi Fred!!!
This is gonna be such a fun mess of a night. Get your tickets now before they’re gone!! #Repost @mikekarnell with @get_repost ・・・ Two years ago we had the idea do a @twinnovationpod live show and Halloween costume contest in May. We slacked off so long that we're now just gonna do it in October. So join us for the first annual HallowMayne! A live podcast with me and the boys followed by a no-holds-barred costume contest and party at Littlefield in Brooklyn!!! Linkindabio for tickets! Poster by our super fan @singlealmond
These are the Democratic candidates up for tossup seats in the Senate in November. @robdelaney created a helpful and streamlined way to financially support them on ActBlue (link in bio). But who are they and why support them? *Kyrsten Sinema is up for Jeff Flake’s seat, who’s leaving. *Heidi Heitkamp, Claire McCaskill, Bill Nelson and Joe Donnelly are Democratic senators in states that went Tr*mp and are likely to face strong Republican candidates. Heidi Heitkamp is looking particularly vulnerable, so support is crucial here. *Beto O’Rourke is up for Ted Cruz’s seat in Texas, and remember when he ate that booger off his lip during the 2016 Presidential campaign? *Jane Raybould is running to unseat Republican Deb Fischer, which would flip this seat (Democrats need to flip two seats to regain the majority). *Jacky Rosen is running to unseat Republican Dean Heller in Nevada, which Clinton won. If you live in any of these states, register and vote! And of course even if you can’t vote in a tossup election, STILL VOTE!!! Voting is still the most effective way to make your voices (and your anger) heard. ❤️
*hearts 🤷🏼♀️ #marchforourlives So inspired by all the youth activists leading this necessary movement. Proud to march with and for them. Just to be clear: most people marching today (including myself) are not advocating for the abolishment of the second amendment, but for common sense gun reform like universal background checks (an idea supported by 97% of the country) and a ban on the sale of assault rifles. An average citizen does not need an assault rifle, come on. So no, I don’t want everyone to give up their guns. I just want a troubled kid who’s been flagged by the FBI to have a harder time buying one.