I don’t know why but this sort of thing REALLY BUGS THE SHIET OUTTA ME. Whenever you go into the settings of pretty much anything—Facebook, IG, Apple devices, Google, basically anything that’s showing you ads, there’s a thing where you can “Opt out of relevant marketing” which is so obviously their attempt to try to … Read more“You’ll Still See Ads”
Article in the LA Times: Op-Ed: The key to reducing suicide rates? It’s definitely not lowering taxes Some takeaways: States with higher taxation were also noted to have lower suicide rates than states with lower taxation This turned out to be related to the finding that states with higher taxation also had lower rates of gun … Read more“The Key to Reducing Suicide Rates”
Maybe this is one of those indelicate subjects that needs to be tiptoed around, but … why the F do we call black people, “black people”?? They’re not fucking black … I mean it can’t just be me that thinks this right? that if society calls them that—and I get that they call themselves that … Read moreNo One Is Black, and No One Is White—So Why Do We Call Them That?!
I think part of the problem in America [and in Western cultures in general] is this idea of “The Maverick”—we romanticize those who follow some “inner voice” and shrug off all the dissenters and naysayers and those who say they’re wrong, and that it can’t be done … “Mavericks” don’t care what anyone thinks; they … Read moreBelieve In Yourself! [But Not Too Much]
Kind of a fascinating and also appalling moment in American History when the U.S. President can directly and publicly insult four female members of Congress by mocking their dignity in an obviously taunting, racist, and contemptuous manner, AND have *187* other douchebags in Congress go on record supporting that behavior … He does this shit … Read moreWe live in a broken country