Every frame of this video is logarithmically worse than the last
Like by the time you get to the end of the video, there are no emotions even left to process what it is you're seeing.
I'm thinking of a logarithmic scale, like you'd use for decibels, where the values are so far apart that even graphing it is a challenge

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15 Feb
Demon hours
You don't even want to know the things I've seen today
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15 Feb
What fresh hell is this

time.com/5932842/ibram-…
lmao Ibram Kendi got so carried away name-checking pop culture IPs in his little Talented Tenth paean that he included a white man's production that was sourced from a white comic book writer.
aiyyo what the fuck
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14 Feb
So what's going on with this whole police thing, did everybody kiss and make up, or what happened
I'm kinda lost, it feels like they go back and forth from face to heel and back faster than Big Show in the 2000s
Is Brooklyn 9-9 OK again?
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13 Feb
To be honest, I'm a bit embarrassed that I haven't spoken up more on disability and accommodation, but I'm committed to making sure folks understand that human variance is only classified as "ability" and "disability" because of a fucked-up system that discards people.
It occasionally bothers people in my family when I talk about this stuff, and I can understand why. Not because it's embarrassing, but because I shouldn't have to discuss illness and trauma publicly to get others to care (and they're right).
But we are where we are. Because of the traumatic personal essay trend that ripped through journalism for too many years, people won't listen unless you're willing to spill your guts.

I don't like to have to do this, but I can take the heat, and I don't hide.
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13 Feb
If there's one thing that just annoys the shit out of me with Canadian punditry, it's the way these people default to smarmy, catty sneak dissing instead of talking through a disagreement.

I stand by every word I wrote in that column, as well as the words edited out for length.
As I pointed out in the column, "informed consent" isn't enough for neuroatypical disabled, who may take the option for death when presented to them, rather than continue to live in a society that treats us as burdensome and even dangerous.
Even though I have a supportive family, the effects of my neuroatypical condition often force me to interpret any form of outside help as a personal failure, giving me the impression that I'm a burden to others. I know many with BPD and schizophrenia who deal with the same.
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13 Feb
This might be the most personal and deeply uncomfortable op-ed I've ever written, and I'm appalled it was necessary to do so.

Canada is, once again, proposing eugenics as a solution to disability, calling it mercy. And it targets people like me.

theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
Much thanks to @mssinenomine and @SarahJama_ for their support in writing this piece.

Shame on @DWDCanada, @liberal_party, and #BillC7 advocates for their reckless and inhumane approach to this issue, which violates the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Also fuming at senators like @SenJaffer, who watched and listened to tearful testimony from disabled people, yet voted for the #BillC7 amendment anyway, clearing the path to further exacerbate the suicide & mental health crises among Black and Indigenous people.
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