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#1

Уныло моя под краном баночку паштета, так, как мыла бы жирную сковородку, размышляла, что когда закончится пандемия, построенные госпитали переделают под сумасшедшие дома.

#2

…последствия моего махания ногами на коврике. И это нифига не снижение цифр на весах, а вовсе растяжение мышцы (спасибо крокодилу, который решил с размаху прыгнуть мне на ногу) и боль в спине. Теперь я ковыляю по дому крючком и прихрамывая, хочу клюку, чтобы стучать по батареям и орать прааааститутки!

#3

Ну что вам рассказать про Сахалин карантин?
По нашей улице ездить стали значительно реже, но быстрее..
Размышляю о доске с гвоздями:(

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Вот так, в остром приступе прокрастинации, потратишь 4ч молодой жизни на претенциозную графоманщину -а потом прочтёшь долго жданный пост куда-то запропавшей натабелу – и сразу полегчает.  В жуже, как в греции – всё есть.  Только пропорция обратная капле дёгтя в бочке меду: на один талант – 30 миллионов одних графоманов.

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Again: I am a man,

apparently – according to this.

Except…not all high-percentile men like to work with computers (I can just hear curses from my Regional Director, trying to prevent his laptop from freezing during a Zoom meeting) and altogether, a lot of them prefer to work with people (as in “to be a boss, rather than designer or drafter”).

On the other hand, the worst (or the best, depending on your pov) manipulators I met were men.  On yet another hand, pathetic blame-the-women’ losers and their excuses (“she bruise easily”) are men, too…

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Posting my long-winded comment from a thread elsewhere:

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Two faces of Indian medal

One – Kamala Harris, one of two daughters of an Tamil-Indian expat, a woman who came to Berkley at 19 and participated in student revolt of the 60’s. She married another protestor, a Jamaican-American student of economics; but left him later and raised her kids surrounded by her side of extended Indian family. She became a breast cancer researcher, but – in the words of her obituary in San Francisco Chronicle  –  “Her passion for science was augmented by a fervent commitment to social justice … leading to a lifelong fight against injustice, racial discrimination and intolerance. She instilled these values in her daughters, who in turn have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of justice and equality.” In other words, she was a SJW and  used the race card for advancement.

That’s a legacy Kamala has taken from her mother and carries as a flag in her Presidential campaign. SHe’s trying to out-populist the Great Populist himself, by resurrecting the stinking ghost of reparations to descendants of negro slaves. That positively enraged her father, who reminded Kamala of the family history – namely, that they are coming from the other side of plantation:

My roots go back, within my lifetime, to my paternal grandmother Miss Chrishy (née Christiana Brown, descendant of Hamilton Brown who is on record as plantation and slave owner and founder of Brown’s Town) and to my maternal grandmother Miss Iris (née Iris Finegan, farmer and educator, from Aenon Town and Inverness, ancestry unknown to me). The Harris name comes from my paternal grandfather Joseph Alexander Harris, land-owner and agricultural ‘produce’ exporter (mostly pimento or all-spice), who died in 1939 one year after I was born.

Two: Nikki Haley

“Haley’s parents Ajit and Raj Randhawa moved to Bamberg in 1969 after living in India. Her father, Ajit Randhawa, had taken a biology professor post at nearby Voorhees College, an historically black college. Her mother worked as a school teacher before opening a clothing store “Exotica” in 1976. They replaced some of the ceiling tiles to create rows of red and blue tiles in the design of the American flag. They stapled 50 white glittery stars to the blue tiles. [..]

While in elementary school, Haley wanted to be a Pilgrim in a school play, but instead was tapped to play Pocahontas.“We weren’t dark enough to be black or pale enough to be white,” she wrote. She was bullied in third grade to the point where her dad talked with her teacher and her mom brought Indian snacks to school and answered her classmates’ questions about India. “I still feel like that kid in survival mode who has to focus on bringing people together … and how we’re more similar than different,” Haley said.”

“Bringing people together” – vs. stereotypical SJW. Same life experience, opposite conclusions, opposite results.

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Это я пытаюсь найти цензурное слово-marker:

Мужчина, благодушно перечисляя события своей биографии, ставит за «сменил работу» – «женился на своей бывшей ученице».

Не стыдится, не скрывает (никто ж не тянул за язык, про «ученицу» сам добавил). Вовсе наоборот – гордится. Мужики – кагбе похваляется имярек – гляньте, какой я Пигмалион. Как я ловко юной девке мозги запудрил. В рот смотрит (и не только). Научаю уму-разуму, дома я бог, учитель и ПартияНашРулевой, не то что вы, подкаблучники.

Оч. надеюсь, ученица быстро поумнела и прибавила кое-что к багажу знаний наставника.

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