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Defining Moments in Black History - Reading Between the Lies by Dick Gregory
WHITE IS NOT A COLOR. IT IS AN ATTITUDE -and hell I know some black people with white attitude to sell- -remember- …WE’RE ALL FROM THE SAME STARDUST
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“This weekend it appears all bets are off. People must think it’s over and done with or it’s been long enough or they’re listening to that fat f’ck playing golf and now gift shops, hardware stores and gardening supplies are all back open for business, like there is no pandemic! Few masks, lots of crowding with no social distancing. Covid’s best case scenario.

I see a huge spike in deaths fast approaching, with no end in sight unless and until there’s a vaccine. My husband and I are at great risk, both of us being over 60 and with various respiratory issues, so we wear masks and gloves, stay 6 feet from EVERYONE and wash hands as soon as we get home, going out only for necessities, unless we can have things delivered.

I thought this whole experience with self isolation for months was a scene out of The Twilight Zone. Now, witnessing these idiots risking their lives, their family’s lives, health workers’ lives and everyone else they come into contact with is another episode of The Twilight Zone, only much more deadly and horrible.

Damn. The stoopid. It burns!
-Mr. and Mrs. Conscious Earthlings-

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Últimamente mis ganas por ganar las discusiones se han desvanecido. Si deseas creerte mentiras, si crees que tu tienes la razón absoluta y esta no puede ser debatida. Pues ándale quédate en tu cerrada y básica idea ¿Pierdo o gano algo yo? Pues no. Solo me demuestra lo ignorante e intolerante que eres y no voy a perder mi tiempo hablando con ese tipo de personas.

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One testament to the ignorance and arrogance of my classmates in middle school was this one time when we were asked to name our favorite movie.
I said The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour because at the time I was fond of its random, surreal humor.
Most of the other kids chose movies from the last couple of years or so, some of which weren’t appropriate for preteens, if I recall.

They all didn’t believe me, and said I was making it up.

It’s one thing to not know the names of The Beatles’ films, but entirely another to accuse somebody of lying about it, don’t you think?

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  • 1 part ignorance
  • 1 part stubborn
  1. Double down on the ignorance and mix with the stubborn.
  2. Dump on the floor
  3. Roll around in it like an idiot
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The Surgeon (1670s), David Teniers the Younger (Flemish, 1610 - 1690)

Is there a doctor in the house? Not in this one. The medic in this picture is a lowly barber surgeon, a quack who preyed on the ignorant and poor. Surrounded by his potions and aided by two dimwitted assistants, he operates on a patient’s back, ignoring his painful yelp. The monkey crouching nearby is an age-old symbol of foolishness. He “apes” the patient’s pose, suggesting that the man is chained to the ignorant belief that the barber surgeon will cure him.  

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Jed McKenna
The universe isn’t vague and ignorant. I am vague and ignorant. Something is true, and it doesn’t matter what it is, I’m not going to be false any more. I have not even the slightest trace of the slightest reservation that I would rather suffer and die figuring out what is true than continue this life as a slave to lies and ignorance.
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R.D. Laing, The Politics of Experience/The Bird of Paradise
The condition of alienation, of being asleep, of being unconscious, of being out of one’s mind, is the condition of the normal man. Society highly values its normal man. It educates children to lose themselves and to become absurd, and thus to be normal. Normal men have killed perhaps 100,000,000 of their fellow normal men in the last fifty years.
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Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence. —Albert Einstein

Cuore by Guilherme Ghignone

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