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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytopinion and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
17 minutes
Average replies
2
Average retweets
11
Average likes
23
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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"I fail to see how these half measures proposed do anything to address the systemic root issues that the gig economy exploits for cheap labor," writes BBB in a comment on Dara Khosrowshahi's Op-Ed, "I Am the C.E.O. of Uber. Gig Workers Deserve Better."
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"I fail to see how these half measures proposed do anything to address the systemic root issues that the gig economy exploits for cheap labor," writes BBB in a comment on Dara Khosrowshahi's Op-Ed, "I Am the C.E.O. of Uber. Gig Workers Deserve Better." https://t.co/gib11pUpsO https://t.co/3m4qgKeje0

It is incumbent on the United States and its allies to make abundantly clear to Beijing that in Hong Kong, President Xi’s misguided aggression is turning his nation from a rising star into a pariah https://t.co/IRKgUqp5NO

Even though New York has brought its coronavirus case count under control, health care workers are still reeling from the surge. “The wounds are still fresh,” says Louis Gelabert. https://t.co/X3i9eATFKF

Vanishing anxiety. Cleared-up acne. New hobbies. Freedom from bullying. Virtual school is difficult for parents, but some kids are thriving, writes @iproposethis. https://t.co/LLb3ChsL92

Brent Scowcroft "had firm judgments, and as national security adviser, he acted on them. In other words, not even Brent Scowcroft could conform to the Scowcroft model," @byjamesmann writes. https://t.co/XPsomP7UBP

Jimmy Lai's arrest on Monday was the latest signal that China intends to make full use of new legislation to stifle free expression and undermine Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement https://t.co/eOxdJjuGUw

On Saturday Trump announced four executive measures that, he claimed, would rescue the recovery, writes @PaulKrugman. "One of the measures was vacuous, one trivial and one unworkable. And the fourth may do substantial harm." https://t.co/zo1RPHdXbe

"After our father was hospitalized for five weeks and even tested negative for the coronavirus, a doctor told us there was nothing left that the staff could do for him," writes @ronhaviv. "Did we want to take him home?" https://t.co/kqt2WEPAiX

After suffering from Lyme disease, @DouthatNYT has a few lessons to pass along to anyone whose encounter with Covid-19 has left them feeling permanently transformed for the worse https://t.co/NBeITbm6vI

Donald Trump would like "to keep demographic change — the growing share of Americans who are Black, Hispanic and Asian-American — from swamping the Republican Party," @jbouie writes https://t.co/BM0JrUbr7k

After a couple of weeks of online schooling, @iproposethis noticed something: Her teenage son was finally happy. It's becoming clear that for some kids, in-person school was a real source of anxiety and misery, she writes. https://t.co/G5eCfKZHGH

According to @CharlesMBlow, "much of what we saw in response to protests amounted to performative gestures, symbolism that cost nothing and shifted no power" https://t.co/Nc9MZWAAT0

"On Thursday, July 30, I fell asleep watching reruns of 'Law and Order.' The next morning, I woke up a fugitive," writes Samuel Chu. https://t.co/6KeHbAGEkM

Some of the nation’s leading public health experts say it would take 6 to 8 weeks to finally get America's coronavirus epidemic under control. What are we waiting for? https://t.co/n36y2gOvNF

New York may have brought its coronavirus cases under control, but health care workers are still struggling to cope with the trauma of treating patients with the virus. Three of them shared their stories with us. https://t.co/WnU8pDb77H

One very senior Israeli official, who has known Biden for many years, told @rosnersdomain recently that from an Israeli perspective, Joe Biden is the ideal Democratic candidate https://t.co/if8GNUWucp

Americans deserve to know the truth about the Golden Era, writes @jimtankersley. "They deserve to know who built the middle class and can actually rebuild it, for all workers, no matter their race or gender or hometown." https://t.co/Lhuk4pYV1H

"No reputable economist I know considers a payroll tax cut a good idea. Even if the money went to workers, which it almost certainly wouldn’t, it would go to precisely the wrong ones," writes @PaulKrugman. https://t.co/9AxGUnEvqR

The last time the economy went over the cliff’s edge, in 2008, the federal government encased the banking system in Bubble Wrap and allowed millions of Americans to lose their homes. It’s about to make the same mistake all over again. https://t.co/cpbL9APgfn

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