madelione replied to your post: Definitely accidentally bought camel silvers instead of camel menthol silvers. a;sldkfja;sldfkj. oh no, i’ll take them off your hands for ya! ahahahahaha, definitely bought the silvers at rite aid, realized my mistake, then went to the 7-11 right across the street to get the menthols. If I could actually package this shit for you and get to a post office, I would...
Definitely accidentally bought camel silvers...
I HAVE MY FIRST OFFICIAL LEGAL INTERNSHIP.
…and it’s with the department of social services :D :D I AM SO HAPPY.
A List of White Privileges (Compiled by Peggy...
I decided to try to work on myself at least by identifying some of the daily effects of white privilege on my life. I have chosen those conditions which I think in my case attach somewhat more to skin-color privilege than to class, religion, ethnic status, or geographical location, though of course all these other factors are intricately intertwined. As far as I can see, my African American...
After I realized the extent to which men work from a base of unacknowledged...– White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack By Peggy McIntosh (click here for the full article)
The problem with being a legal adult and living on...
Which means i can buy shit that’s bad for me. All the time. And I will eat/consume ALL OF IT. Ex: Menthol Cigarettes. I can’t let myself have a lighter. This is ridiculous. I rarely smoke and I have no problem actually stopping for months on end…but if somebody gives me a pack of them, I’m a chain smoker. a;sldfkajs;dlfj.
Anonymous asked: Do you think if I have really good recommendations and an acceptable(notgreatbyanymeans) GPA I could get into a slightly decent college?
Anonymous asked: Aaaand the example I'm thinking of is the construction of Irishness as whiteness/not whiteness in various points throughout history. In their case, race has been constructed by the prejudices of colonial governments and also the country of migration. Irish peoples' skin hasn't miraculously changed colour, but the way they were perceived shifted drastically, they've been...
delineatingkaj replied to your post: Ok, does anyone know of a non-awkward sounding, gender neutral, collective term for “the people who work in congress”? …why doesn’t congresspeople work? congresspeople sounds clunky to me…but it looks like that’s a recognized word, so maybe I’ll just have to deal with it…
Anonymous asked: What'd it take to get into law school?
Ok, does anyone know of a non-awkward sounding,...
Or am I just supposed to use “congressmen” as a blanket term, and only use congresswomen when the group is exclusively female? anyone? (@lesserjoke)
New Video going up. Slam Poetry this time, guys.
I’m pretty proud of the product, but it’s definitely not my normal. Hopefully, you guys will still like it :)