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Hit me with your best questions below. Everything and anything goes. Questions only available to paid subscribers. Sorry, them’s the rules.
And try to keep them short and sweet, if possible. That increases your chances of having the question answered.
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👋 Hola Ariel!!!
UFC 273 is back after a week off building more anticipation than usual for an event. “The People’s Main Event” this weekend is Gilbert Burns x Khamzat Chimaev. “The Wolf” has seemed inhuman during his undefeated career, highlighted recently during his four fights in the UFC out striking his opponents 254-2.
Does Burns make Chimaev look human on Saturday? (You don’t even have to take Burns to win, simply does he make him seem human)
Viva Heelwani 🦹🏻♂️
Greetings once again from London, Ontario, Canada. My question today pertains to Twitter. I work in academia and there has been a push to have a more active Twitter presence, so I am trying to learn more about this platform. I was wondering if you could provide any advice on how to navigate Twitter effectively in a professional capacity, and speak to any detrimental aspects of Twitter either professionally or socially that should be avoided?
Finally, I was hoping you would consider a shout-out to “The ONES Checklist”, which is a clinical tool we recently published to help diagnose brain inflammation causing seizures. Thank you for taking the time to “cut a promo” for this (apologies, I am still not exactly sure how to best use this phrase). In the spirit of using Twitter, my tweet of The ONES Checklist can be found here:
As always, I appreciate your valuable insights.