it’s the 21st day of the 21st year of the 21st century.
you can only reblog this today.
The truly lovely @zac–efren tagged me to answer some questions:
Last Song: “Whiskey Whiskey” by Joshua Burnside
Last Film: Birds of Prey by Cathy Yan
Currently Reading: In various ways, Revenant Gun by Yoon Ha Lee, Wilder Girls by Rory Power, and The Library of the Unwritten by AJ Hackwith.
Currently Watching: I mean, nothing right this minute, but in general, Iron Blooded Orphans, which I’m definitely enjoying
Thanks for tagging me!
While this whole sea shanty trend is still happening maybe we should try out some unions songs too like maybe we could get people really into Sixteen Tons or Casey Jones or maybe even Which Side Are You On just a thought no reason just think it would be a fun and silly trend for us to do
I heard solidarity forever is a banger and that talking union is just um
Light Yagami from Death Note is what Raskolnikov from Crime and Punishment wanted to be
Nebraskans every January and February
your daily dose of “orwell and the spanish civil war” tweets
controversial opinion but the ablative is the sexiest case
when althusser said [unintelligable radio host attempting to relay an important message through ear-splitting static] and derrida said [talking to someone in a dream but everything is really slow and you can’t understand what they’re saying and everything is silent and loud at the same time]
Stop saying “uneducated” when you mean bigoted. Stop saying “uneducated” when you mean racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist. Stop saying “uneducated” when you mean that somebody holds regressive beliefs. You can find bigots in mansions, trailer parks, suburbs, houses, and apartments. You can find bigots in ivy league universities, liberal arts colleges, vocational programs, and jobs. Bigotry of all kinds exists at all levels of our society and to pass off our structural inequalities and learned intolerances as simply a matter of poor education is to imply that the wealthy are more compassionate, more egalitarian, more valuable people.