Seth MacFarlane

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Hey my pal @Vandiekins22 has a new short film she wrote and directed! Check out the trailer below! #MySoulToTakeFilm twitter.com/Vandiekins22/s…
To so many people in comedy, me included, there was nobody funnier than Norm MacDonald. You always hoped he would hang around after the work was done, just so you could hear his stories and get a laugh. So hilarious and so generous with his personality. I’m gonna miss him.
If the TV industry ran music, we’d also have “Big Red Corvette,” “Material Guy,” and “Oops I Did it Again, Again”.
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Highly recommend making this your next read. The always insightful @RadioFreeTom makes a compelling argument for taking a good hard look at ourselves, and the individual blame we must face for the divisiveness of modern culture, and the threat it poses to liberal democracy.
Recently on Fox News, Tucker Carlson has defended counterfeit vaccine cards, compared mask and vaccine mandates to “my body, my choice”, and suggested those working to stop Covid should be “punished severely.” Oh also, Peter Griffin can’t say “goddamn.”
The ripples of the “Trump effect” continue to be felt even now. This is the kind of thing that invariably happens when populist movements become too widespread. The place starts to look less and less like a civilized democracy.
A well-known piece of history, but worth reminding ourselves of the damage a noisy demagogue can inflict on a society, even right here in America. youtu.be/svUyYzzv6VI
California's women face a big problem with Larry Elder: cnn.com/2021/08/28/opi…
An old adage that applies to the California recall election: If I vote and you don't, my vote counts double.
The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has been fully approved by the FDA: “As the first FDA-approved Covid-19 vaccine, the public can be very confident that this vaccine meets the high standards for safety, effectiveness and manufacturing quality the FDA requires of an approved product.”
Do you know people who had asymptomatic or mild cases of COVID-19, don’t exactly have long haul symptoms but just have not felt “right” for months? brain fog, confusion, memory issues? I am afraid it is more frequent a “thing” than we want to believe. nationalgeographic.com/science/articl…
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College Professor Reminds Students It Will Take A Few Classes To Memorize Everyone’s Triggers bit.ly/3y11ldZ
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No vax, no service. 💉🍽 Starting today, New York City will require people to show proof o#COVID1919 vaccination to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, music venues & more.#NYCYC is the first major US city to issue such a vaccine mandate. nbcnewyork.com/news/coronavir…Rl
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If you’re interested in regular Covid informational updates from an actual medical expert instead of online misinformation spreaders or factually-challenged Fox News hosts, go follow renowned epidemiologist Dr. @larrybrilliant
One of the most poignant characteristics of this pandemic is that if it is not happening near you, in your face right now, human nature is to forget or diminish it. For doctors nurses and health workers that’s not an option. This is what it is like….. statnews.com/2021/08/18/hea…
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Today welcome booster dose news makes me consider mRNA vaccines to be a “3-dose” regimen for many We have had this for other vaccines. But rapid 150% increase in vaccine need worldwide—while many countries have less than 10-15% of their needs is what we will have to reckon with.
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A well-argued piece on the source of America’s rising rage: motherjones.com/politics/2021/…
A very warm and grateful shout-out to my producing/directing partner on #TheOrville season 3, @joncassar. This guy remains a directorial visionary, and I’m his biggest fan. When you see what he’s created this year, it’s gonna knock you on your ass.
Unlike coronavirus, there’s no single fix like a vaccine for climate change. @BillGates explains what we need to start doing right now.
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Doctors Are Fuming About This Optional Surge: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
And that is a wrap on season 3 of The Orville! Thank you to our incredible cast and crew for all their tireless and brilliant work, and I sincerely hope this is not the last time we all go to space. #TheOrville
“While climate change is a result of human actions, steps like turning down thermostats would need the collective effort of the more than 7 billion people on Earth.” The reality? “Government policy has a lot to do with what happens to the planet's future.” usatoday.com/story/news/nat…
The visual effects masters at @fusefx have raised things to the next level for #TheOrville season 3 — can’t wait for you all to see what they’ve created!
“The IPCC, a scientific body convened by the U.N., has released a major new report concluding that the world cannot avoid some devastating impacts of climate change, but that there is still a narrow window to keep the devastation from getting even worse.” nytimes.com/2021/08/09/cli…
Our government is teeming with climate change deniers who regularly obstruct forward movement that could course correct this crisis. We have never allowed the presence of a legislative body that is collectively literate with regard to the science. The average person can vote. twitter.com/Sarah17325183/…
If you are someone who does not “believe” in anthropogenic climate change, these are 2 questions you need to ask yourself as damning evidence continues to mount: 1) Are you sure? And 2) Can you afford to be wrong? theguardian.com/us-news/2021/a…
“My brother is one of millions who won't get the COVID-19 vaccine. I asked why. Here are his reasons, my responses.” usatoday.com/story/opinion/…
“Enough is enough already. Hospital workers are exhausted, moms who have put aside their careers are tired, and our kids can’t afford the loss of another school year. We have three vaccines that work and are readily available, so what’s it going to take?” ktla.com/news/local-new…
Why better planning for future pandemics is essential: washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
Someone posted this on my feed, and it’s a good reminder for those who balk when the messaging changes or evolves during the study of a new virus. Science is the only tool we have, and it’s doing its best.
Tucker Carlson’s latest opinion piece once again makes me wish Family Guy was on any other network. Look, Fox, we both know this marriage isn’t working anymore. The sex is only once a year, I don’t get along with your mother, and well… I’ve been having an affair with NBC.
People frustrated with changing CDC advice forget how brand new this virus is in terms of epidemiological timelines. No one is a true expert yet, but epidemiologists are the best we have. Here’s a more succinct comment from Kendra Findley, a Mo. community health administrator:
This guy flew 52 combat missions in WWII. What did YOU do today? washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
The Delta variant is different than what we’ve dealt with previously. It’s highly transmissible and causing a new wave of cases. But here’s the good news: we have the power to stop it. Get vaccinated — and let’s defeat this virus once and for all.
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“Though often seen as a conservative phenomenon, vaccine hesitancy and refusal occur across the political and cultural spectrum in the US: ‘The virus is here and it’s killing people, and we have a time-tested way to stop it — and we won’t do it.’” nytimes.com/2021/07/27/hea…
Per the WHO and common sense: The longer people around the world remain unvaccinated, the higher the risk of a more dangerous variant emerging. You may think your vaccination status is a “personal choice”, but it affects the safety of everyone. Do the right thing. Get your shot.
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday urged fellow Republicans to leave town to stop the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget package from being passed.
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📢💉📢#COVIDvaccineaccine#conditionofemploymentoyment for healthcare personnel. We reviewed and assessed the literature on safety & efficacy, and advantages of CoE. Fortunate to work with colle@SHEA_EpiE@IDSAInfoS@APIC @PIDSocietyo@SIDPharmD@AMDApaltcApaltc A brief �twitter.com/SHEA_Epi/statu…guu5YBJ
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Per the NYT. Can you blame them?
Whatever is the opposite of clickbait, this would be it.
Again: A partially vaccinated population can prompt mutations, potentially creating more dangerous strains against which existing vaccines may become ineffective. We’ve already seen variants. If everyone vaccinates, we prevent this, and the virus fades away, as with smallpox. twitter.com/JamieWorkentin…
This argument is partial B.S. Medical exemptions are valid and real. But actors shouldn’t be asked to compromise their safety because you “choose not to vaccinate.” It frames vaccination as a privacy issue, when it is in fact a public health issue. It’s a vaccine, not a nose job.
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