one of the most important things I've learned as a queer adult is how to be frustrated with people without it meaning I hate or dislike them. Everyone I know does little shit that bothers me, or sometimes acts awful due to trauma/coping mechanisms/etc, learning how to be genuinely annoyed or frustrated or hurt without turning it into "and thus I condemn and judge you", rather just sometimes being annoyed and then moving on cause ya love people and we're all growing, is good
There's two reasons American people may be getting into anti-civ thought -
climate change is making daily life worse even as politicians in the USA refuse to address it, and if civilization in particular is responsible for anything it's fucking the environment,
Just plain old sour grapes. we're falling behind in the race for biggest, best, most advanced society, and thus more willing to listen to the people who told us science and technology was a sham all along
i'm going to go ahead and say the funniest thing about this is presenting r/traa and 4chan as the opposite ends of a spectrum and not adjacent
the x-men have wolverine. what does harry potter have? dobby? fuck off
you, a capitalist pig dog: here are 10000 charts and graphs explaining how cutting the marginal tax rate will eventually trickle down and make everyone richer
me, an economics genius: just give people money lmao
reminder that Atlanta's traffic is so uniquely terrible because its train system is woefully inadequate, which in turn is true because suburban white people have repeatedly blocked it's expansion for expressly racist reasons
not a man. not a woman. just a gay clerk named Jane. 31 years old.
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