Stating The Obvious 0212 – White Women Must Never Experience Discomfort
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In this episode:
More bitching about how much customer service sucks.
Fort Collins is going to pass laws against dust. I would like to simply see leaf blowers made illegal. It’s very statist of me but we live in a statist world. When in Rome one does as the Romans do.
If you have a dog because you don’t ever want to be alone that might be a clue about why no one else wants to be alone with you either.
A family unit that allows the youngest and least experienced member of the family to be responsible for the family and make the “hard decisions” is a family unit that is fucked.
Then I get to the good stuff. A white woman felt uncomfortable and a black man who was a senator in the ASCUS (college students playing government) got impeached.
He was impeached for “The accusations range from forcing unwanted conversations to threats of impeachment of other senators.”
Forcing unwanted conversations. I can’t make this shit up.
“I don’t think they will impeach him based on the evidence against him. I think he will be impeached based on what people know of his character.” — Jason Sydoriak
Because evidence doesn’t mater. Only feelings.
In today’s lesson we learn that black men are not as privileged as white women. We also learn that any time a white woman feels uncomfortable heads will roll.
I googled Kelsey Big Ham and I was right of course (providing this is the correct Kelsey Big Ham, and I think it is). Not only is she a white woman but she is studying political science and the president of the CSU Democrats. You can judge a book by it’s cover. Offensive but true.
And she is marginally fuckable.
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