We looked inside some of the tweets by @petesweeneypro and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Investment bank Evercore to pay new bankers to delay hiring start date https://t.co/ryKO27k2ow $25k if you wait until July 2021 to start. A solid budget for a year off backpacking.
Reposting my Tiananmen anniversary piece last year, about the depressed economic prospects of young mainlanders, as revealed in "sang" culture. Nationalist rage and xenophobia are rarely symptoms of personal happiness or life satisfaction in any country. https://t.co/yY6MwK04wr
NYT reporters in a rare open revolt over the opinion side running Tom Cotton’s op-Ed calling to deploy the military to “restore order.” https://t.co/MgLuR8EunJ
I have no sympathy for these privileged journalists. How many op-eds has NYT published calling for US military to rain death & destruction down on foreigners? Countless. Which is fine-not the destruction, but the columns. Our leaders are having this conversation, like it or not. https://t.co/jo85DnHwgU
"The emphasis on wet markets as “disgusting,” “medieval,” and a threat to our epidemiological futures draws upon long-standing racist stereotypes about Chinese hygiene, diseases, animal welfare, and food practices." https://t.co/hUccegI3RW
It’s always striking how appalled (some) people in the west are about Chinese ‘wet markets’, while being apparently complacent about factory farms and CAFOs - both incubators of potentially devastating plagues and antibiotic resistance. https://t.co/QPY2siVJrW
Smart piece by Robyn Mak. Taiwan has a talent shortage in fact. What it doesn't have is a good legal mechanism for absorbing refugees. https://t.co/lf5Nw1Y9mV
@TheOnion At this pace might be a photo finish.
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