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The Great One attempts to ease back into yelling at the internet by delving into (((The News))). He has issues (not those kind of issues ya homo) of the Rapid City Journal.
He was going to read this piece as it’s got a few funny bits, but decided not to because it’s too long. The Great One hears that from the girls all the time.
“Great One! It’s too long! That will never fit!!!”
‘Da gurlz like to use multiple exclamation marks.
Post-Roe, Native Americans face even more abortion hurdles
Anyhow, it’s got some good bits like these:
The trip brought back difficult memories of Matson’s own abortion at the same clinic in 2016. The former grocery store worker and parent of two couldn’t afford a hotel and slept in a tent near a horse pasture — bleeding and in pain.
I thought abortions were safe and effective like the WuVaxx and no big deal.
“That’s a lot of barriers,” said Matson, who lives in Sioux Falls and is Sicangu Lakota. “We’re already an oppressed community, and then we have this oppression on top of that oppression.”
Oppression on top of oppression. Everyone wants to be the apex victim.
“Native people are having to cross massive, massive distances and absorb all of the travel costs and child care,” she said.
Child care? You’re going off to kill your child. What child care?
Crossing massive distances? You mean driving across the state in an automobile that was invented and built by white men who sailed across a fucking ocean to come here and not finish the job of exterminating your people? Massive distances? Fuck you.
Ya know how we could finish the job? Lots and lots of abortions for Indian women. Many, many, many, many abortions.
“Indigenous women don’t have access to reproductive justice in any form, and that includes abortion,” said Natalie Stites Means, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe who serves on the board of the Justice Empowerment Network, an abortion fund. “Any limitation on our health care and any limitation on abortion is going to impact our health and well-being.”
A woman, who makes money by begging for money to pay for other women to get abortions, claims killing your children is the same as justice and health care.
No really. I support abortions for Indian women. As many as possible.
Matson uses the pronoun they and is two-spirit, a term used to describe those who combine traits of both men and women. Matson, who lived in Rapid City at the time, said IHS staff didn’t discuss abortion as an option for their unplanned pregnancy. After getting the procedure at 13 weeks in Colorado, they felt uncomfortable returning to IHS despite ongoing bleeding.
The Indian word for “bad hunter” is vegetarian. The Indian word for trannie is two-spirit. The trannie got an abortion.
Some Native women were inspired to organize.
The first woman president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota was impeached in 2006 after publicly proposing an abortion clinic on the reservation.
. . . . .
Elizabeth Terrill, a board member for the anti-abortion Native American nonprofit Life is Sacred, said she’s a foster parent, does post-abortion counseling and supports moms. She said extended families on tribal lands historically have banded together when there is an unplanned pregnancy, and most women choose to continue them.
“I think there’s just a different cultural understanding of what life is and when life begins and why life is so sacred,” said Terrill, a mental health therapist near the Navajo Nation in New Mexico and member of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma.
Wait, you mean not all Indian women want to kill their children and exterminate their race? These women are obviously Nazis and white supremacists.
Anyhow, The Great One didn’t read that bit. He moved on to these.
Google is treading carefully with the rollout of its AI tools, in part because it has more to lose if the technology spits out inaccurate information or takes its users down dark corridors. That’s because Google’s dominant search engine has become a de facto gateway to the internet for billions of people, raising the risk of a massive backlash that could tarnish its image and undercut its ad-driven business if the technology behaves badly.
Despite the technology’s pitfalls, Bard still offers “incredible benefits” such as “jumpstarting human productivity, creativity and curiosity,” Google said in a blog post that two of its vice presidents — Sissie Hsiao and Eli Collins — wrote with assistance from Bard.
Can anyone explain to me how AI is going to jumpstart human productivity, creativity, and curiosity? Can anyone explain to me why I am suppose to care about AI at all? These are real questions.
“Although a lot of STEM fields are largely dominated by men, it has been our experience that women who choose these careers are very successful,” said Joe M. Krizan, Omnitech founder, president and CEO. “We started this event to demonstrate opportunities to girls before they make career decisions and possibly iNSPiRE them to pursue STEM.”
. . . . .
The keynote speaker at iNSPiRE is Amie Konwinski, the founder and CEO of Smart Gen Society, which is a non-profit focused on informing students, parents and educators around the country about digital safety and awareness. She has spent her career in military leadership, computer engineering, executive marketing management and advocating for safe and private digital use.
Hey Anna. No once cares about your non-profit gig.
Here was one scenario. While at a party, you notice Susie drinking heavily and talking to John. A few minutes later, John invites Susie upstairs. The video stops, and Zoom participants were instructed to discuss ways to stop whatever might happen from happening. The clincher was that we were truly bystanders who did not know Susie or John. Another sketch had accused Ken of cyberstalking Brian because Ken was following Brian’s social media posts “too carefully.” We were asked what we could do to encourage Ken to shut down his behavior.
All I want to do is pay my tuition, learn from my classes, study hard and graduate with a master’s degree. Now I was forced to spend 120 minutes of my time listening to someone else’s social agenda — with my degree being held hostage.
I’m not sure which was worse for me: that I was being forced to spend my free time sitting on Zoom discussing scenarios that I will never experience, or that there was no consideration of personal responsibility during any of it.
That’s because white women are not capable of personal responsibility.
That’s because white men have stopped controlling their women.
Yet cuckservative will continue to send their children to college.
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