Bill Frisell Learn Jazz Standards. To those who are familiar with Frisell, you know of his distinctly unique, clean sound, and his embrace of all sorts of styles of music including, rock and folk. All of these elements are present on this record, and simplicity takes the spotlight.
Gender, relationships, feminism, manosphere. Quotes, without endorsing and with quite a bit of mocking, mean arguments by terrible people.
Some analogical discussion of fatphobia, poorphobia, Islamophobia. He came from a really crappy family with a lot of problems, but he was trying really hard to make good. He was working two full-time minimum wage jobs, living off cheap noodles so he could save some money in the bank, trying to scrape a little bit of cash together.
But later that night I was browsing the Internet and I was reminded of what the worse response humanly possible. It would go something like: Such a response would be so antisocial and unjust that it could only possibly come from the social justice movement.
Second, I had yet another patient who — I feel obligated to say at this point that the specific details of these patient stories are made up, and several of them are composites of multiple different people, in order to protect confidentiality.
So I asked the obvious question: Two of them left me. One I just grew tired of. One of the ones you beat up? I wish, I wish I wish, that Henry was an isolated case. Last time I talked about these experiences, one of my commenters linked me to what was later described as the only Theodore Dalrymple piece anyone ever links to.
But for me it looked more like the story of a psychiatrist from an upper-middle-class background suddenly realizing how dysfunctional and screwed-up a lot of his patients are and having his mind recoil in horror from the fact — which is something I can sympathize with.
Henry was the worst of a bad bunch, but nowhere near unique.
And here I was, tried my best never to be mean to anyone, pursued a productive career, worked hard to help all of my friends. But I did think I deserved to not be doing worse than Henry. But everyone knows a Henry.
Most people know several. And, like my patient Dan, I just wanted to know — how is this fair?
And I made the horrible mistake of asking this question out loud, and that was how I learned about social justice. Pathetic and infuriating in turns, the profiles selected for inclusion [on a site that searches OKCupid profiles for ones that express sadness at past lack of romantic relationships, then posts them publicly for mockery] elicit gasps and giggles — and they raise questions as well.
Is it right to mock these aggrieved and clueless young men, particularly the ones who seem less enraged than sad and bewildered at their utter lack of sexual success? The great unifying theme of the curated profiles is indignation. They totally care about the people around them, would absolutely rescue a drowning puppy if they saw one.
Their very heteronormativity betrays a shockingly narrow view of the world; ultimately, everything boils down to them and their needs, by which I mean their penises. Then they proceed to parade hateful statements, many of which are deeply misogynist, to explain how everyone else is to blame for their failures in life.
A woman who has had 14 sexual partners is a slut. These are also the same guys who do things like going into a gym, or a school, or another space heavily populated by women, and opening fire. You know, those guys who think women only want to date assholes and just want be friends with the nice guys.
But you know what? If she actually only liked assholes, then she would likely be super attracted to you because you are one.Everyone’s saying it video is the future of content marketing! But is it really? Similar to you, I noticed that trend over a year ago, and I decided to listen to everyone who told me to focus on videos instead of just text-based content.
I even wrote a blog post about how I was shifting [ ]. The old maxim says we should “Find a need and fill it;” while at a one level that is certainly true, even in this era of fetishized disruption, organizations seem to easily fall in love with the idea of being in the problem solving business.
Vegan products are quickly gaining in popularity. The biggest driver of this growth comes not from the vegans, but from people who like to buy and taste plant-based products now and then, for whatever reason (health, animals, environment, variety or just because they’re there and they taste good).
This video frustrated me because: some people, while struggling to express what they have felt and experienced, seemed unable to see the ways in which institutional racism (in the form of laws and penalties, violent policing and surveillance of people of color, unfair distribution of schools and other services, pollution focused on poor neighborhoods of color, etc.) still exists.
In the video you just saw, Dahboo77 claims all of those men went to their graves with stories untold. Was that by design? The next video titled, "Why Andrew Breitbart, Michael Hastings and Tom Clancy were Murdered" certainly makes the case that they were killed because they knew too much.
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