I wasn’t surprised by the election results. They’re still incomplete, and Biden may yet win, but regardless of the final tally half the country turned
Ikkyū regards young Sōgi’s calligraphy as golden hour yields to white. “Your hand is inelegant, as always. It’s … bold, though.” Magpies screech disapproval from
This will get us started. Did I leave anything out?
What can I say that won’t be proof of my privilege? Let’s be honest: right now, and in the near future, I get to be privileged white man on parade.
This might be a good moment to break out your New Testament, review the parts in red, and consider the unsettling possibility that Jesus meant what he said.
You at the Times … you’ve got something orange on your face. No, down a little, on your chin…
Did the cops take forever because they were incompetent or because they were okay with brown people carving up other brown people?
We sometimes point to examples, like Warren Buffett, who routinely argues for a more equitable economic policy. Some folks respect Mark Cuban’s stances on social justice issues. Bill and Melinda Gates have given away the GDP of a medium-sized country.
The people who want to keep us alive are as much at fault as the people who lock kids in cages and think Nazis are very fine people and who don’t care if we live or die. What was it Hunter said?
When you say things like “people dying is unfortunate, but this destruction of property is unacceptable” instead of “property damage is unfortunate, but the killing of innocent people is unacceptable” … what should we think?
The issue isn’t whether you respect Black Lives Matter. It isn’t whether you respect the Police. It’s whether the Police believe all are equal under the law.
When you hear people complaining about cancel culture, ask yourself some questions.