Amazing job from Round Rock TX, @rrexpress for a unified effort to achieve a properly executed socially distanced concert. Music can heal. Music can restore. Music can save lives. We can make sure music still gets delivered with cooperation at all levels of an event like this. https://t.co/njoogSVrlQ
I’m all for people educating themselves on serious topics, but I’m siding with the overwhelming majority of doctors on masks, not Twitter users who haven’t attended a day in medical school and have the most basic understanding of infectious diseases.
In Feb. and March, doctors in the United States knew very little about COVID-19. The evidence that masks help is overwhelming. Do you smoke because people in the 1920s thought it made you skinny? Do you go to restaurants shirtless with no shoes to protest your civil liberties?
In Feb & Mar, experts stated - even demonstrated - that masks weren't required. You wouldn't need one, even if supplies were unlimited. But by June, you we're scolded for questioning their effectiveness (#WearADamnMask!) and Gov Newsom was praised for his statewide mask mandate. https://t.co/P07OYb9MNw
Say what you want about Bryson DeChambeau, the second shot he just hit on 4 was something I’ve never seen in person before. Lie looked completely dead, somehow he ripped the ball up and over trees with a fade to the front of the green.
Bryson is quickly becoming the most insufferable athlete in all of sports.
Consider me astonished that the guy who released 15 minutes of b-roll of himself flexing during a pandemic-induced quarantine is so concerned about comprehensively curating his public image.
This might be insignificant, but being on the course w no fans I’ve noticed there are way too many carts. It seems like everyone is driving a cart at all times. I’ve seen three players that had to back off a shot because someone slammed on the accelerator to get the brakes off
Embarrassing how many parents treat youth sports as if it's life and death.