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Brett Wilkins

Editor-at-Large based in San Francisco, CA, United States. Joined on Jun 15, 2012
Expertise in Nightlife, clubbing, Travel, Politics, Food, dining & restaurants

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Brett Wilkins is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for U.S. news.
He is also a San Francisco-based author and social justice advocate. He is the editor and publisher of Moral Low Ground and is a Yahoo! Featured Political Contributor.

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Brett Wilkins said:
... I do, and I secretly despise the word.
In News: Halftime dancers carry sign protesting shooting by S.F. police
Brett Wilkins posted Michigan Senate passes animal cruelty bill preserving sodomy ban
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Brett Wilkins said:
... thanks for this report I wanted to write but was too tired and lazy to do after working my butt off all weekend.
In News: Halftime dancers carry sign protesting shooting by S.F. police
Brett Wilkins said:
... telling that even I couldn't tell what her show was about. Then again, maybe I was just mesmerized by that bootie...
In News: Halftime dancers carry sign protesting shooting by S.F. police
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Brett Wilkins posted Donald Trump says he would torture much worse than waterboarding
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Brett Wilkins said:
... Larry, I like how you artfully incorporated as many urination references as possible without overdoing it. A fun read.
In News: Op-Ed: San Francisco's Dolores Park open-air urinal called 'disgusting'