This thanksgiving has been good for food, but I don't really miss the effect of sweets on my body.

Do not let those liars spin this yarn to you or make this about the "mainstream media" sticking with their narrative. The Andrew Coffee case is another Breonna Taylor, not some evidence that racism is dead and gone.

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I think some people out there are trying to claim that this case in some way exonerates the accusations of racism in Rittenhouse's trial, but other than sharing the same defense, these cases have nothing in common. The more you dig into those details the more clear it is exactly how differently Andrew Coffee was treated than Kyle Rittenhouse to be here.

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Two police officers killed Alteria Woods -- Andrew Coffee's girlfriend -- and suffered no legal consequences for this act. They charged him with her murder, and, luckily, he was not found responsible for the misconduct of these officers.

I guess everybody in Kenosha should steal a gun, march out into the street, and kill anybody that approaches them.

"“Getting chased by a police helicopter, that’s not fun. … But you know what scares me more?” she said. “I just think back to that New Year’s Eve, when I thought I was going to die in a fire, caused by climate change. And that’s the barest glimpse of what’s going to happen.”"

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There's an I Know What You Did Last Summer show on Amazon Prime. It was exactly what I was hoping it would be.

In Vermont the state police lied about not being able to trace the phone numbers of people who were calling and threatening election officials.

If you read just a little into it this is really the ongoing story of the state siding with Republicans and white supremacists in order to embolden their racist agenda and keep them in power. This is what we're talking about when we say systemic racism and what you guys should be talking about when you talk about the deep state.

youtube.com/watch?v=O9NM8qfO20

When Republicans say they don't want to teach something because it creates a "victim mentality" they frame this as if it's good for the victim. What they really mean is that they don't want victims to know that they have been wronged so that they don't seek justice. What they don't want is accountability for their crimes, which a person who knows they've been a victim would naturally seek.

Said a different way they don't want the victims to demand their stolen property back.

Said a different way they don't want the rapist prosecuted for their crimes.

They want silent, ignorant victims so they can violate them again and again without accountability.

If you mean it Dan Crenshaw, then where's your climate change bill? You can complain that the Green New Deal is radical all you want, but Republicans do not have a proposal that purports to solve the problem.

As you say, conservativism is a mechanism for solving problems. If it can't solve the problem, and not solving the problem dooms us, then the only rational -- reminder that you didn't like CRT because it rejects enlightened rationality -- is to abandon conservativism.

youtube.com/watch?v=2LJ8nBgEA2

@bullseye Based on the fact that most of my suggested mixes on YouTube start with one of her videos I think I am too.

This Problem Broke Math (and led to Quantum Physics)

youtube.com/watch?v=cUzklzVXJw

I've previously read about a lot of the hate for imaginary numbers. Alice in Wonderland being a critique of modern mathematics that persists in pop culture to this day. I'd never seen a good breakdown of how the process forced imaginary numbers to exist.

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