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The Tweeters. Yes, the Twittersphere is bursting at the seams with wall references of every description. Here’s what “NJconstruction2929” had to say about it: “i can’t wait to sit in front of my TV with my children 30 years from now and watch the US government tear down this wall, and seeing democrats, republicans, and mexicans alike cheering as it comes crashing down. history repeats itself.” And “Matty1” took to Twitter to remind us all of what a powerful concept the president, himself a masterful tweeter, has unleashed with his talk of physical barriers: “Is there a way to build a wall around his twitter feeds? I would pay for that.”.

— Donald J, Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 26, 2017, The Humorists, An entire comedic cottage industry has bloch serene pointe shoes sprung up around The Wall and our friends south of the soon-to-be-walled-off border have been especially prolific when it comes to wall-induced guffaws, Even during the presidential campaign, El Deforma, a satirical news site similar to The Onion, was devoting plenty of digital ink to Trump’s wall, The site has included articles about Canada building a wall in case of a Trump victory and Pink Floyd building the wall if Mexico doesn’t pay for it..

The Animal Lovers. While louder voices for and against The Wall ring out from Washington, a quieter chorus of concern has been growing around the offices of the Northern Jaguar Project, an animal-rights group devoted to protecting the endangered wildcat now caught up in an international brouhaha. Trump’s wall, say the activists, could be bad news for the animal’s survival, especially if that barrier makes it harder for male and female jaguars to, well, do their “border dance.” The northern jaguar is native to New Mexico, Arizona and Mexico.  “It was amazing to me to find out that there were still jaguars around,” said Diana Hadley, president of the group. She monitors cameras posted around the northern jaguar’s 55,000-acre reserve in Sonora, Mexico, which the non-profit purchased to protect the cat. The worry now is that a wall could prevent the male cats from prowling north into the Gila National Forest of southwestern New Mexico and Arizona. “They’re all getting separated if this wall goes in,” said Hadley. Added another member, if the wall goes up, ”you can just forget about the jaguar recovery plan.”.

The Bay Area Liberals, In an altogether unsurprising development from our local bastion of liberalism, San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen this week introduced legislation that would bar any company contracting to build the border wall from bidding on future San Francisco city contracts. Doing business with such companies, said Ronen, would be out of line with the city’s values. “Stick to building bridges,” she advised local contractors, “not walls.” Ronen was joined by Oakland City Councilman Abel Guillen and Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin, along with representatives from advocacy organizations Causa Justa and La Colectiva de Mujeres.” And SF Mayor Ed Lee said he would sign the legislation into law: “That wall is such a strong symbolism of division in our country,” said hizzoner, “that we don’t want to have anything to bloch serene pointe shoes do with it including contractors that want to work for the city.”..

The Builders. While opponents of The Wall wring their hands in dismay and plot ways to thwart construction, some of the folks who’ll be doing the actual construction are taking to their websites to tout their resumes. Take Arizona-based Sundt, which boasts of having 10 border fence projects under its tool belt, including a section of fence along the border in California and Arizona that went up after 9/11. “Crews could not occupy land on the Mexican side of the fence during construction, so they developed a way to erect the fence from one side only – in the two-foot space between the fence and the international border,” said an explainer describing this very tricky international balancing act performed in the cactus-and-sagebrush borderlands of the Southwest.  “Sundt’s innovative approach allowed all trenching, fence installation, temporary bracing, placement of footing concrete and final grading to be performed from the U.S. side, and at an accelerated pace.”.

You can listen to Sundt CEO Mike Hoover talk about The Wall with NPR here, The Spring Breakers, The Wall, it seems, has insinuated itself into the time-honored tradition of American college kids heading to Mexico each spring to drink until they’re sick and do things they’ll later regret, This year, a Mexican newspaper condemned American spring breakers who reportedly chanted “Build that wall!” during a family show on a tourist ship off Cancun. In an editorial last week, the Yucatan Times called the singing  an act of “xenophobia and discrimination against Mexicans within their own country.” The newspaper added that the “racist hymn” bloch serene pointe shoes wasn’t an isolated incident and that numerous complaints about spring breakers have been lodged by Mexican tourist industry workers, In the report, a social media post by a Peruvian passenger on the ship described the mayhem: “Today I was with Suly, my wife (who is a native of Mexico), watching an entertainment show off the coast of Cancun aboard a boat, and at the end of the show, a flock of Americans (maybe under the influence of alcohol, or maybe not), began to sing the infamous ‘Build that wall’ chant louder and louder’.”..

The Cowboys. John Ladd’s family has owned 16,000 acres of land on the border with Mexico for 120 years. Ladd, 61, told ABC News that while he, along with many of his rural neighbors, supported Trump he’s still a bit conflicted about The Wall. Ladd says he doesn’t necessarily agree with Trump on his plan to build — as Trump said on the campaign trail — a “big, beautiful wall,” but he likes that Trump is addressing the topic of border security. In other words: fix the problem, but a wall’s probably not the ticket. Says Ladd: “Well, there is places on the [U.S.-Mexico border] that a wall would be useful, but our experience here on our ranch is [the fence] hasn’t been functional because there isn’t enough agents patrolling.”.

The bloch serene pointe shoes Californians, While cities like San Francisco do what they can to stop or even just slow down The Wall from becoming a reality, three California Democrats have a similar warning for contractors who do Trump’s bidding: Build it, and we will divest from your company, The lawmakers have introduced a bill that would force the state to drop its pension investments in any companies involved in the project. “This is a wall of shame and we don’t want any part of it,” Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, said in a statement, “Immigrant stories are the history of America and this is a nightmare.”..

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