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June 19, 2020

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Sam Duncan

“Our betters vent their brains.”

Watch to the end. When the Black frickin' Panthers think you've gone too far... you've probably gone too far.

“Modern religion.”

That's the second time in as many weeks I've been reminded of Matthew 7:15 here.

“Nightlife.”

The world needs less CHAZ and more Japan.

Steve E

His is waaaay bigger than yours.

Steve E

Modern religion.

The mob chose to free a man who committed murder during the insurrection against the occupying Roman forces when they could have freed Jesus Christ. Should we really be so surprised today?

Hal

Vegan leather.

Oh, look: overengineered naugahyde.

A few months back I encountered someone claiming that her coat had, as she phrased it, "A certain Top Gun vibe."

The problem was that everyone in the room could see it, and, ah, no.

Yes, what she was wearing was indeed one of those bog standard, hipster only, 'Empties variety leatherISH costume pieces that immediately and only leave the wearer being an emulation of an entirely overstuffed naugahyde recliner that's so old it's been thrown out.

Hal

Modern religion.

Meh.

Varieties of standing around waving hands are so established that they have their own Youtube channels . . .

In time, this will be found in the "faith healing" listings rather than the "limpia" listings 'cause of the English language background.

juliaeryn

re Dr Gopal's tweet...
My family's greek name is Cacas, which literally means 'turds' ... so boo to you guys I win the oppression olympics.

Connor

Our betters project.

*blinks in disbelief*

JuliaM

"For Julia, luminous gin."

Well, I never...! I forgive them now for the tardiness of the flying car and personal jetpack.

David

Morning, all.

*blinks in disbelief*

When I say lefties project, it’s not just said for effect.

Dr Gopal, you’ll recall, has been mentioned here before, more than once, as when informing us that the Taliban’s barbarism and kidnapping of children isn’t that bad compared with the West’s “bankrupt version of modernity,” which she reduced to “bikini waxes and Oprah-imitators.” Or when equating “hypocritical language” with arson, mob thuggery, and dropping fire extinguishers from a great height onto police officers standing below.

Seemingly unable to think in straight lines, such that one thing follows from another, she is of course employed to teach other people’s children.

Alice

'Outdated attitudes'

https://twitter.com/Zadok_/status/1273725246697345025

Darleen

Our betters vent their brains

At about the 3:30 mark when Ami has got the "leadership" to frankly admit they want everything torn down and abolished, the police, the prisons and the whole court system and he says "then what?"

And she starts rambling something something "That question can't be answered cuz it is only after the unraveling will that fuel the black minds in the black bodies to recreate a new world."

yeah, right ... and gun sales just ticked upwards

Mags

'Outdated attitudes'

OFFS

David

‘Outdated attitudes’

I’m now trying to think of what it is in Aliens that could “offend” the implausibly delicate feelings of a woke audience. I’m guessing it’s the throwaway quip about Vasquez supposedly being an “illegal alien,” as we’re now not supposed to acknowledge the illegality of illegal aliens. That, or the (rather good) joke about Vasquez, then Hudson, being “mistaken for a man.”

Andy M

Chaz. Remind you of something? "four legs good, two legs bad"

sk60

Snack treat of note.

Do they taste like chicken?

David

Well, I never...!

Should be a big hit at your regular gin-gargling evenings. Assuming the neighbours don’t call the police again.

Bigland

Have they suddenly remembered that Vasquez is being played in "brownface"?
https://bloody-disgusting.com/editorials/3388753/talk-vasquez-aliens-casting-problematic/

David

Have they suddenly remembered that Vasquez is being played in “brownface”?

Heh. I didn’t know that. Which I suppose is a testament to the casting choice. I think, in the distance, I can hear screeching.

Nikw211

Always respect the media

Extract from the BBC 18 June 2020 article, Rayshard Brooks: What happened before police shot him dead? accompanied by a photo portrait of Brooks captioned "Rayshard Brooks, 27, the father of three daughters and a stepson, was killed on 12 June"(Note that Brooks was encountered passed-out drunk in his car after 10.30 pm):

    As Mr Brooks told Mr Brosnan, he had been celebrating his daughter's birthday that night.

    "She had her birthday dress on. She was waiting for her dad to come pick her up and take her skating," Chris Stewart, a lawyer for Mr Brooks's family, said.

This last is followed by links to "More on anti-racism protests" and a video featuring footage from the 1960s captioned "The USA's history of racial inequality has paved the way for modern day police brutality".

Extract from The Guardian June 2020 article, 'Trump defends officer who shot Rayshard Brooks as police call in sick':

    In [a video interview conducted in 2019], Brooks described how the criminal justice system treats many people unfairly. He said: “Some people, they get a tap on the wrist [from the authorities]. But some people don’t.”

    Brooks discussed how people who had spent time in jail were treated on their release. He said: “You get treated like an animal. Some of the system could look at us as individuals; we do have lives, you know.”

    Brooks’s funeral is due to take place at a church in Atlanta on Tuesday. Actor and director Tyler Perry, who lives in the city, has offered to pay for the funeral.

    In an article for People magazine, Perry said he was grappling with how to explain racism in the US to his five-year-old son.

Since Domestic Violence (DV), Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), and/or Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) are issues that both the BBC or The Guardian have championed over the years, the failure to mention Brook's previous convictions for "cruelty to children" and "family violence battery" in their reports seem all the more glaring for their omission.

From the BBC:

From the The Guardian:

If challenged on this point, no doubt both would argue that Brooks's offences were in the past, he had completed his sentence, and if rehabilitation is to have a chance then we should not continue to rake up past offences in cases like this since they are no longer relevant.

And that defence is reasonable up to point - except for the fact that it rings rather hollow in light of their reporting on other cases on other occasions.

To take one controversial example, the commentaries on footballer Ched Evans such as Should Wales footballer Ched Evans play again after rape? (i.e. once he has served his sentence) from the BBC or I don’t want Ched Evans playing for my football club on the grounds that "re-signing Evans would only trivialise and normalise rape" in The Guardian.

Nikw211

Inevitable consequences.

The most astonishing thing about this is that it hasn't happened sooner, or in other parts of the US.

Captain Nemo

He does this better than you do: https://twitter.com/engineeringvids/status/1273445307292848128

Novus

the throwaway quip

the (rather good) joke

I believe you have put your finger on the source of the problem.

David

He does this better than you do

Sorcery!

David

the failure to mention Brook’s previous convictions for “cruelty to children” and “family violence battery” in their reports seem all the more glaring for their omission.

And yet Kay Burley and other prominent broadcasters tell us that they’re aghast, somehow mystified, that many of their own supposed customers regard the product in question as not only close to worthless, but an actively corrosive influence.

David

I believe you have put your finger on the source of the problem.

It’s also ironic in that you can read the quip and its much stronger, funnier comeback as being there to indicate that Vasquez is much sharper and wittier than Hudson. He tells a lame joke; she pays him back with a zinger.

Hal

Winnie The Pooh and The Wizard Of Oz go to the moon.

Jonathan

A sign of Hope in Sweden?

Or: A Powerful Woman of Colour realises that words can have consequences.

David

Or: A Powerful Woman of Colour realises that words can have consequences

It’s good to clear garbage off the streets.

Alan

because you’ve always wanted a second-hand liposuction machine.

Sent link to wife. She's not amused.

David

Sent link to wife. She’s not amused.

Enjoy your new life in the neighbours’ garage.

Alan

lol

*buys flowers*

Squires

Have they suddenly remembered that Vasquez is being played in “brownface”?

Should it be pointed out to them how many Latina actresses ever since have made careers and received praise by aping Vasquez’s character?

Hal

Sent link to wife. She's not amused.

A bit back a friend made a very definite declaration in email that if one more coworker bothered her with a stupid question, she was going to rampage through the halls with a farming implement.

I sent her a link for a combine harvester.

pst314

Have they suddenly remembered that Vasquez is being played in “brownface”?

I have been assured by my Wise Progressive friends that it is a Good Thing to have women, blacks, lesbians, and transsexuals play any and all Shakespeare characters. So having a white woman play Vasquez ought to be just fine: the reason why it isn't is never adequately explained.

David

the reason why it isn’t is never adequately explained.

See the second item here.

pst314

See the second item here.

Indeed, although I maintain that is an excuse, not an explanation--which is why I maintain that all the "explanations" have been inadequate.

Nikw211

See the second item here.

    "Casting can either be colour blind or colour-obsessed. It cannot be both."

Well, one would like to think so.

But it was surely for just such glaring inconsistencies and moral deviation that the concepts "punching up/down" and the "progressive stack" were presumably introduced.

aelfheld

Don't natural botanicals include belladonna, monkshood, vatsanabha, foxglove, &c.?

David

But it was surely for just such glaring inconsistencies and moral deviation that the concepts “punching up/down” and the “progressive stack” were presumably introduced.

Or, “Please ignore the incoherence and non-reciprocal nastiness of your own worldview. Just focus on these shiny words and then feel important.”

David

Don’t natural botanicals include belladonna, monkshood, vatsanabha, foxglove, &c.?

I think we need Miss Marple in here sharpish.

Sam Duncan

“My family's greek name is Cacas, which literally means 'turds' ... so boo to you guys I win the oppression olympics.”

Given all the ill-informed navel-gazing over language, it's probably worth pointing out to the Woke, if nobody has yet, that the Latin for slave was servus. We get “slave” from name of the people the Romans usually enslaved: the Slavs.

When black Americans talk of the legacy of slavery, they're invoking the name of Europe's pasty-faced ethnic majority. Shouldn't someone tell them? I mean, we're living in a time when evil magic words are actual violence, right?

“Outdated attitudes“

In the absence of a Twitter account, I'm going to vent here. Someone in that thread says, “It's "PARENTAL ADVISORY" stickers all over again. Except it's the crank Left, rather than the crank Right this time.”

Er, no. That was the crank Left as well. Saint Al Gore's missus, remember?

“Chaz. Remind you of something? 'four legs good, two legs bad'”

Goes without saying, surely? And Patrick Crozier at Samizdata spotted this. I'm kicking myself for not noticing it sooner.

“Winnie The Pooh and The Wizard Of Oz go to the moon.”

What Marc and his crew have done with the AGC over the last 18 months or so is amazing. These are historical artifacts on the same level as the pyramids of Egypt or the Dead Sea Scrolls, and it's down to a few nerds in a basement to preserve them in the hope they'll survive as long.

Governor Squid

Modern religion.

When I first moved to Minnesota after college, my apartment was two blocks from that intersection. (Literally; I lived in a fourplex at the corner of 40th and Elliot.) Even then, it was a really interesting transitional neighborhood, the kind of place where NPR/CityPages types have art fairs right next to the school where all of the students are learning English as a second (or third) language. Looks like every group is well represented in the linked footage.

I've not been back since the 90s, apart from driving through on occasion, but from looking at the Street View it appears that it's still the sort of place where you'll find an overpriced farm-to-table breakfast diner and an indy coffee roaster cheek-by-jowl with a jerk chicken place, a BBQ takeout place, and a little storefront selling cell phones and cigarettes.

The gas station and the Cup Foods are constants, though. Nice to see that some things don't change.

aelfheld

I think we need Miss Marple in here sharpish.

Can we keep her out of the gin?

aelfheld

[...] it's probably worth pointing out to the Woke [...]

Pointing things out to the woke is a bit like talking quantum physics with your dog.

Darleen

Sippenhaft

David

Can we keep her out of the gin?

Much to my shame, I was unaware that Miss Marple has appeared in a Japanese anime.

Governor Squid

Sippenhaft

Wow. What will happen to Equity Prime's business when word gets out that they hate cops and mothers and white people in general?

On the bright side, at least they'll have a steady business from all the Angry Studies graduates looking for home mortgages. I'm sure that's a really lucrative market.

David

On the bright side, at least they’ll have a steady business from all the Angry Studies graduates looking for home mortgages. I’m sure that's a really lucrative market.

True story.

pst314

David, you have commented observed many times that one of the reasons Antifa is so deranged is that insane people are attracted to it. Michael You seems to agree:

(begin quote)
Seattle: Mental Illness at CHAZ --

Each day I watch hours of video from different corners of the riots. Many of the people just come across as uncivilized criminals, but plenty come off as unhinged. The looks that some get on their faces, their words, transparent madness, literally reminds of the Exorcist.

I've been to pretty big protests in California -- those crowds were stuffed full of crazy. Nothing at all like protests in Hong Kong, Thailand, Nepal, etc., which seem to draw mostly sane people who are upset.

I mean straight-up, DSM-certified, fit-for straight-jacket crazy.

Some literally start looking like Devil Girl here. The Exorcist of course is fiction, but you see these same sorts of fits and language and violent facial body language and just...

These sorts can be dog-whistled en masse and they all show up in an orgy of insanity. When they are surrounded by crazy, they seem normal. Crazy self-amplifies.

Have you noticed that some of the SJWs blast these same facial expressions?

I guarantee you that even today in many cultures around the world, when they see people acting crazy like this on the streets of San Francisco or Seattle, they will think they are possessed by evil spirts. Am not joking. They literally will think they are possessed.

The word "amok" or "running amok" comes from "meng-âmuk," from Bahasa and related languages around Indonesia and Malaysia. We call it "going postal."

But there is something less than that -- like going sub-postal. "Running with the spirit," and not a nice spirit.

Some cultures would say they are possessed by evil spirits, such as the spirits of murderers or other criminals.

This is just a movie, but remember the looks and behaviors SJWs display. Very similar to this movie dramatically recreating life:

Language alert:

(The Exorcist (1973) Scary Priest scene part 1)

(end quote)

Jim Whyte

Hal,

I bet your acquaintance never got a better offer than this.

https://youtu.be/tb63PdPweDc

Julia: In one of my occasional visits to other establishments I found out that tonic water is fluorescent. Obvious choice as a mixer.

David: I was out of town at the time, not cheating on this place.

Fred the Fourth

To: D.T.
Re: J. Whyte

Having re-xamined the Contract on file, signed (redacted) by J. Whyte, counsel must advise that he is likely in violation of 3.6, 11.43(k), and 335.8(a).
Counsel advises sanctions in accordance with 91.3(c).
Respectfully,
FtF Esq.
cc: rmr

JuliaM

Jim Whyte: "Julia: In one of my occasional visits to other establishments I found out that tonic water is fluorescent. Obvious choice as a mixer."

Only 'Fever Tree' is acceptable at the moment. Though the concept for their adverts is that 'the tonic better be good because it's 75^ of the drink'. Which to me says 'Well, drink somewhere they don't water it down that much then!'..

Hal

Hal,

I bet your acquaintance never got a better offer than this.

Heh.

Her reply at the time was that she didn't think that would quite fit in the corridors.

Hal

Ian Holm, 1931-2020.

You have my sympathy.

David

I was out of town at the time, not cheating on this place.

[ Muffled sobbing can be heard. ]

David
“It’s a sad truth that much of our wealth was derived from the slave trade,” said London’s mayor Sadiq Khan. Others agree: for Al Jazeera's Imran Khan, “Britain was built on the backs, and souls, of slaves.” But there is a problem with this analysis; it’s wrong… it’s a myth that the monstrous evil of the slave trade made Britain the wealthy country it is today. Slavery and sugar did not provide the sinews of finance that drove industrialisation. Total profits from the slave trade, had they been invested entirely in Britain, would have accounted for about three per cent of all capital formation in 1770.

Sam Ashworth-Hayes, here.

And here.

Hal

I was out of town at the time, not cheating on this place.

[ Muffled sobbing can be heard. ]

Hal

The advantages of X-ray vision.

Hal

The advantages of X-ray vision.

X-ray presskit.

Hal

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Jonathan

pst314:

Many of the people just come across as uncivilized criminals...

The Left are more inclined to Criminality.

...but plenty come off as unhinged.

Probably because they Are.


via Emil Kirkegaard

Jonathan

" We cannot judge the past by today's more enlightened Standards."



via Ed West

David

“We cannot judge the past by today’s more enlightened Standards.”

2019 is so last year.

Squires

it’s wrong

And it is especially rich, as always, to hear this Nurse Ratched shame-casting horseshit coming from Muslims.

It’s like listening to a fucking communist lecture about the existence of hungry people in a free market economy.

Criticas

Luminous Gin: Props to SandyLeaf Farms for reasonable pricing,. £7.99 for 5 batches. If you're into DIY, Vitamins A, thiamine, niacin and riboflavin glow bright yellow, tonic water glows blue, and chlorophyll glows red.

David

It’s like listening to a fucking communist lecture about the existence of hungry people in a free market economy.

For many, perhaps most, it’s also a bad faith position. I very much doubt that many of the people mouthing this ahistorical bollocks actually much care whether it’s true or not. Certainly not enough to indulge in some autonomous mental activity. It’s a status game, a piece of self-flattering role-play, or just in-group conformism. And hence the general imperviousness to correction. (It’s also why there are YouTube clips of so-called ‘protestors’ struggling to recall the names, let alone histories, of the people whose statues supposedly offend them.)

Vanity, dishonesty, status games, and a kind of neurotic spite – these are the four pillars of modern leftism.

Smallish Bees

I woke up this morning acutely aware that this CHAZ has gone on for nearly two weeks, and local government has done nothing about it.

http://mrsc.org/Home/Stay-Informed/MRSC-Insight/December-2019-1/The-Oath-of-Office-for-Local-Elected-Officials.aspx

"I, _____, do solemnly swear [or affirm] that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of Washington, and all local ordinances, and that I will faithfully and impartially perform and discharge the duties of the office of _____, according to the law and the best of my ability."

Local government officials have to take an oath of office, and that oath includes a promise to uphold the Constitution. I would presume the mayor of Seattle and the Governor of Washington have taken these oaths.

Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution says, "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence."

So if the US is our guarantor that, say, Governor Pritzker doesn't proclaim himself Imperial Archduke of Illinois, and that we are all his serfs, then what the hell is happening in Seattle?

I can *sort of* understand the impulse of the rioters to take over and proclaim themselves a separate government. But what about all the people who took their oaths to uphold the Constitution? In what way is this thing a republican form of government?

Anyway, a cute otter. https://www.instagram.com/p/CBn8RulA8Gr/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Squires

Local government officials...

Have long since shown their true colors.

The Portland wokecamp was only moved against when it crept too close to the mayor’s apartment.

pst314

"For many, perhaps most, it’s also a bad faith position."

Indeed, indeed: I have known a lot of "progressives" in my life: peace activists, anti-racism activists, human rights activists, etc, etc. Virtually none of them ever denounced the militarism, imperialism, genocide and innumerable human rights violations of communist regimes and terrorist groups. Their opinions and actions were not sincerely held for their publicly given reasons, but were instead excuses to wage war upon America and the West, on behalf of those communist regimes and terrorist groups.

Darleen

as Glenn Reynolds observes, Paper of Record.

David

as Glenn Reynolds observes, Paper of Record.

Heh. That.

Captain Nemo

Today's word is irony:

https://twitter.com/cmclymer/status/1274168769078845446

Darleen

Today's word is irony:

He blocked me long ago. Would you quote it, please?

Captain Nemo

Darleen: Photo of a Lenin statue, with this as the status:

Hi, pics of the Lenin statue in Seattle are being passed around among conservatives. A few quick notes:

1. It's privately owned and situated on private property.

2. It is has, in fact, been frequently vandalized.

3. Lenin was not a slaveowner, you Confederate apologist fucks.

Hope that helps.

Darleen

Thanks, Nemo ..

#3 is especially precious.

Sam Duncan

“Some cultures would say they are possessed by evil spirits, such as the spirits of murderers or other criminals.”

In a sense those cultures wouldn't be wrong. It's been hijacked and corrupted by mystics and charlatans over the millennia, but in the end “spirit” is just another word for “idea”. These people are “possessed” by the evil ideas of murderers and criminals.

Not against their will, of course, as the mystics would have it, and the only way to cast such “spirits” out is through reasoned argument, not idiotic ritual. But I wouldn't scoff too hard.

“We cannot judge the past by today's more enlightened Standards.”

Well, there isn't one of them on that poster wearing a mask.

“I woke up this morning acutely aware that this CHAZ has gone on for nearly two weeks, and local government has done nothing about it.”

No, because they want to goad the President into doing something. And so far, wisely, he hasn't. Let 'em show their real faces to the law-abiding, fair-minded, colour-blind majority.

pst314

3. Lenin was not a slaveowner, you Confederate apologist fucks.

Every communist ruler is a slaveowner. Every. Single. One.

pst314

...and everyone who argues for communism is arguing for slavery. How much tolerance they deserve is left as an exercise for the reader.

David

No, because they want to goad the President into doing something. And so far, wisely, he hasn’t. Let ‘em show their real faces to the law-abiding, fair-minded, colour-blind majority.

I’d have thought that the screeching id of the collective left, displayed nightly, makes for a pretty good pro-Trump election ad.

fnord

Two random points:

1. I have been known to troll personages using the term POC with "you mean non-white, right"

2. As I have yet to see a corporate message condemning child molestation, I can only conclude that they are child molesters.

Just trying to keep up. it's all rather dizzying.

fnord

it's probably worth pointing out to the Woke...

Pointing things out to the woke is a bit like talking quantum physics with your dog

My daddy used to say "Never try to teach a pig to sing, it wastes your time and annoys the pig".

David

My daddy used to say “Never try to teach a pig to sing, it wastes your time and annoys the pig”.

I’m writing that one down.

Peachy

There's also "Never wrestle with a pig - you just get dirty, and the pig has fun."

Uma Thurmond's Feet

I’d have thought that the screeching id of the collective left, displayed nightly, makes for a pretty good pro-Trump election ad.

Unfortunately, a good many of the misinformed watch only CNN, MSNBC, or the major news channels.

Uma Thurmond's Feet

I should have added: They need to be given the Alex treatment from "A Clockwork Orange."

(Just so there's no mistake, I'm saying it with a gay lilt in my voice, so as not to be taken seriously.)

fnord

My daddy used to say “Never try to teach a pig to sing, it wastes your time and annoys the pig”.

I’m writing that one down

Aw shucks. I'm honored.
May all of your socks come out of the dryer in pairs.

Hal

(It’s also why there are YouTube clips of so-called ‘protestors’ struggling to recall the names, let alone histories, of the people whose statues supposedly offend them.)

Groundskeeper James McCormick of San Francisco Recreation and Parks steam cleans red paint off Don Quixote

AmbushPredator

"Wait, there are consequences to people running riot in the streets? But no-one told us!"

David

steam cleans red paint off Don Quixote

It’s faintly irritating when the headline, like so many others, insists on the word “rage,” as if the motive in play were clearly some kind of righteous indignation, and the matter beyond question. Even when the article below acknowledges that “politics seemed incidental to much of the damage.” Historical statues toppled as unchecked narcissism and entitlement spills into San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park would be a longer headline, I know, but possibly a more accurate one.

David

I’ll just leave this here, I think.

Jonathan

... cleans red paint off Don Quixote

Let's be honest; their target is Western Civilisation itself.

If you complain that in tearing down statues, they're tearing down our history, they say: " Statues aren't history man! You can still see them in a museum!"

Five years time: " I'm offended by these white supremacist statues in our museums! Remove them now!"

If you then complain that they're removing our history from museums, they'll say:" We're not removing history man! You can still read about it in a book!"

Five years after that.....

WTP

So you're saying their strategy is working for them. Seems they would be stupid to change it. Unless...naaah. That would be wring.

WTP

Or wrong. If I can wring a wrong from wring.

Adam

Jonathan- They won’t need to destroy the books because no one will be able, or desire, to read them. Reading will become one of those weird incomprehensible rituals of ancient peoples.

Hal

Let's be honest; their target is Western Civilisation itself.

Um.

An overall assessment is, And Wile E, Coyote's target is the Road Runner, prolly with about as much success.

Yes, there is a solution to the hipsters, while definitely granting that---borrowing from the Christian testament, The hipster will be among you always . . . . the solution is indeed to outthink, and definitely out do . . . . in the meantime, to outdo someone who heroically and bravely goes after Don Quixote??!??!!!

Squires

A cautionary tale for our age:

https://www.thecut.com/2020/02/larry-ray-sarah-lawrence-students.html

Jonathan

So you're saying their strategy is working for them.

Yes. As I've pointed out here more than once; we laugh at them, or we get annoyed and exasperated at their antics, but they're winning.

Which means that we're losing.

WTP

Which is something I've been saying for decades now. But hey, I guess it's a good thing others are catching on. Question is, is late just as good as never?

WTP

Here's a thought that just occurred to me the other day...how long do you suppose it will be before they start removing urinals from Men's rooms because they are offensive to the 'men' who lack penises and thus cannot use them? Why can't all bathrooms contain the exact same kind of toilets? Men...excuse me, people with penises (did I say that right?...Please don't ostracize me, pleeeease) can use the standard toilets just like everyone else. Laugh at me for saying something so stupid. I dare you.

Jonathan

Question is, is late just as good as never?

That's the sixty-four thousand dollar question isn't it? Honestly, I don't know.

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