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Rhyme With Extreme Caution

Posted in Library of Congress, Undogegorized, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on September 19, 2016

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A Glorified Sidewalk, and the Path to Transform Atlanta ~ slam ~ Being white, and a minority, in Georgia ~ Complete Medical Transportation ~ Poetry Writing: 10 Tips on How to Write a Poem ~ Playboy interview ~ get your white sheets ~ trick or treat ~ tweet ~ Bomani Jones Takes us Behind the Scenes of his Ta-Nehisi Coates Playboy Interview ~ Refining “Microaggression”: a linguistic perspective ~ How To Help Someone With Depression. ~ Telling The Truth About the Stanford Rape Case ~ Colorblind Ideology Is a Form of Racism ~ bho speech ~ bho speech ~ 6 Unhelpful Comments That Gaslight People in Conversations About Social Justice ~ Stranger Than Fiction – Author: The JT LeRoy Story ~ you must remember this ~ you must remember this ~ Lee Kendra Childs ~ I am the strongman or straw man? ~ You are one misunderstood facebook post away from being in the #BasketOfDeplorabels ~ @chamblee54 @lauraalbert from an ad for Fellini Satyricon “If you see with innocent eyes, everything is divine.” ~ Technically plateaus are the highest form of flattery. – terrible one-liners I learned today, #235 ~ These materials are educational in nature. The implications and risks of a transaction may be different from client to client based upon each client’s unique financial circumstances and risk tolerances. ~ I’m feeling just a little bit smug because I just found out what cis gender means Moby ~ I suspect a person of Mexican origin might not appreciate being called Mex Garcia. ~ Scared, as in frightened, has one r. Scarred, as in having scars, has a double r. ~ ‏@RedNationBlogga If Colin Kaepernick took a knee for Gay Rights and the LGBT Community, what would be the reaction? @chamblee54 what if he went down on both knees for the LGBT community? ~ googled national hotep day… Did You Mean: national hoop day, national hope day, national hump day ~ @aedwardslevy she died as she lived, doing crossword puzzles on her phone while attempting to cross a major street ~ Every link on the first page of google is to a right wing wacko website. ~ Every link on the first page of google is to a right wing wacko website. ~ The cost of a secret private hospital would be astronomical, even for Hillary. And then to have it be conveniently located in Lower Manhattan when she gets the vapors. It seems highly fishy. ~ playing in san francisco has rubbed off on number seven ~ Know Your Goal, Avoid Clichés, Avoid Sentimentality, Use Images, Use Metaphor and Simile, Use Concrete Words Instead of Abstract Words, Communicate Theme, Subvert the Ordinary, Rhyme with Extreme Caution, (Daydream Auction,) Revise, Revise, Revise ~ @GrnEyedMandy Donald Trump Jr made a holocaust joke proving the bag doesn’t fall far from the douche. ~ 1-@TheKevinAllison I think the emphasis on racism is a mistake There are many many other problems with DJT people are tired of racism talk 2- @TheKevinAllison I will not let it deter me but others may be driven into the DJT camp because they are tired of being called racist ~ trashing people with resting bitch face/negative attitude/depression is another form of bigotry that is encouraged ~ two wrongs make a right pseudo logic is not funny ~ There aren’t any definitions for ladysplain yet. ~ @goldengateblond Hillary Clinton on the NYC explosion: “I’ll have more to say about it when we actually know the facts.” ~ If a white politician told white people that he would take voting for a certain person as an insult, he would, with some justification, be called a racist. Now we have a mixed race President, making a speech at the Congressional Black Congress, telling black people that it is a personal insult if they don’t vote democratic. ~ if a poc votes for trump its a personal insult if a pwoc votes for trump its racism this election stinks ~ if a poc votes for trump its a personal insult if a pwoc votes for trump its racism this election stinks ~ pictures today are from The Library of Congress. “Listening to the speaker at the conference to Aid Agricultural Organization during the cotton strike (Steinbeck Committee). Bakersfield, Kern County, California” Photographer: Dorothea Lange November 1938. ~ 666 words in this post ~ selah

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