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Marginalize: Jessica Liebman ajessicaliebman Follow Hey, I wrote something! I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear bya simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire them. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: if s An executive managing editor who has hired hundreds of people believes candidates who send thank you emails show they want the job. businessinsider.com Muging M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow White people's fixation on inconsequential social norms is a way to structurally keep out non-white people who lack the cultural capital and privilege to know every one of these inane social rules we're supposed to perform to be granted the jobs and resources we fucking deserve. Jessica Liebman @jessicaliebman Hey, I wrote something!. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire them. businessinsider.com/how-to-write-t.. Muqing M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow As people who lack white or class privilege know, not possessing this cultural capital causes intense anxiety and alienation. Networking events, office small talk, interviews are often dreadful experiences bc we're being judged according to rules that were set up for us to fail. Muqing M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow Everyone who has experienced the dread & anxiety of being in a room full of privileged white people and literally not knowing what they're talking about and second guessing everything you do, knows that these "proper politeness" rules are just a way to alienate & marginalize us. Muqing M. Zhang Follow muingmzhang These social norms of the dominant group create intense emotional strain for marginalized peoples. They cause immense mental labor for us to learn and mimic these behaviors, fear that resources will be withheld, and anxiety when we can't contort ourselves to fit their demands. thesunshineshow: kushonthecoast: siryouarebeingmocked: yourpoliticsarestupid: uncommonbish: THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescriptivism also falls into this category. Completely pointless, historically arbitrary way to keep TALENT + MERIT as secondary qualifiers. “First impressions matter” my ass. Get Gen Xs out of hiring positions Someone didn’t send a thank you email. I always love it when some idiot takes a single person’s actions and uses them to generalize about “white people” or “men” or whoever. white people’s fixations on inconsequential social norms Who wants to tell this guy about, say, Japanese tea ceremonies? In fact, this statement is not only racist against white people, it’s racist against non-whites too. the jobs we [CENSORED] deserve Isn’t that for the hiring manager to determine, not you? If you’re throwing this pseudoinellectual, racist, self-entitled tantrum over a single hiring manager requiring a minor courtesy, why would anyone want to hire you? Do you think most white applicants are automatically going know they should send a thank you letter? “First impressions matter” my ass. You…you do realize that concept isn’t remotely limited to Gen Xers, right? How fucking low does the bar have to be that asking for a thank you is too fucking much? Pathetic doesn’t even begin to cover it. I thought it was common sense to say thank you for getting hired but it turns out I’ve been a superior, high class white male all along. I learn so much on Tumblr everyday. “nonwhites are idiotic caveman with zero basic social skills” sounds kind of racist to me.
Marginalize: Jessica Liebman
 ajessicaliebman
 Follow
 Hey, I wrote something! I've been hiring
 people for 10 years, and I still swear bya
 simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank
 you email, don't hire them.
 I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: if s
 An executive managing editor who has hired hundreds of people believes
 candidates who send thank you emails show they want the job.
 businessinsider.com

 Muging M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 White people's fixation on
 inconsequential social norms is a way to
 structurally keep out non-white people
 who lack the cultural capital and
 privilege to know every one of these
 inane social rules we're supposed to
 perform to be granted the jobs and
 resources we fucking deserve.
 Jessica Liebman @jessicaliebman
 Hey, I wrote something!. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still
 swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire
 them. businessinsider.com/how-to-write-t..

 Muqing M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 As people who lack white or class
 privilege know, not possessing this
 cultural capital causes intense anxiety
 and alienation. Networking events, office
 small talk, interviews are often dreadful
 experiences bc we're being judged
 according to rules that were set up for us
 to fail.

 Muqing M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 Everyone who has experienced the dread
 & anxiety of being in a room full of
 privileged white people and literally not
 knowing what they're talking about and
 second guessing everything you do,
 knows that these "proper politeness"
 rules are just a way to alienate &
 marginalize us.

 Muqing M. Zhang
 Follow
 muingmzhang
 These social norms of the dominant
 group create intense emotional strain for
 marginalized peoples. They cause
 immense mental labor for us to learn and
 mimic these behaviors, fear that
 resources will be withheld, and anxiety
 when we can't contort ourselves to fit
 their demands.
thesunshineshow:
kushonthecoast:


siryouarebeingmocked:


yourpoliticsarestupid:

uncommonbish:

THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescriptivism also falls into this category. Completely pointless, historically arbitrary way to keep TALENT + MERIT as secondary qualifiers. “First impressions matter” my ass. Get Gen Xs out of hiring positions

Someone didn’t send a thank you email. 

I always love it when some idiot takes a single person’s actions and uses them to generalize about “white people” or “men” or whoever.
white people’s fixations on inconsequential social norms
Who wants to tell this guy about, say, Japanese tea ceremonies? In fact, this statement is not only racist against white people, it’s racist against non-whites too.
the jobs we [CENSORED] deserve
Isn’t that for the hiring manager to determine, not you? If you’re throwing this pseudoinellectual, racist, self-entitled tantrum over a single hiring manager requiring a minor courtesy, why would anyone want to hire you? Do you think most white applicants are automatically going know they should send a thank you letter?


“First impressions matter” my ass.


You…you do realize that concept isn’t remotely limited to Gen Xers, right?


How fucking low does the bar have to be that asking for a thank you is too fucking much?
Pathetic doesn’t even begin to cover it.


I thought it was common sense to say thank you for getting hired but it turns out I’ve been a superior, high class white male all along. I learn so much on Tumblr everyday. 


“nonwhites are idiotic caveman with zero basic social skills” sounds kind of racist to me.

thesunshineshow: kushonthecoast: siryouarebeingmocked: yourpoliticsarestupid: uncommonbish: THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescripti...

Marginalize: Jessica Liebman ajessicaliebman Follow Hey, I wrote something! I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear bya simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire them. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: if s An executive managing editor who has hired hundreds of people believes candidates who send thank you emails show they want the job. businessinsider.com Muging M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow White people's fixation on inconsequential social norms is a way to structurally keep out non-white people who lack the cultural capital and privilege to know every one of these inane social rules we're supposed to perform to be granted the jobs and resources we fucking deserve. Jessica Liebman @jessicaliebman Hey, I wrote something!. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire them. businessinsider.com/how-to-write-t.. Muqing M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow As people who lack white or class privilege know, not possessing this cultural capital causes intense anxiety and alienation. Networking events, office small talk, interviews are often dreadful experiences bc we're being judged according to rules that were set up for us to fail. Muqing M. Zhang @muqingmzhang Follow Everyone who has experienced the dread & anxiety of being in a room full of privileged white people and literally not knowing what they're talking about and second guessing everything you do, knows that these "proper politeness" rules are just a way to alienate & marginalize us. Muqing M. Zhang Follow muingmzhang These social norms of the dominant group create intense emotional strain for marginalized peoples. They cause immense mental labor for us to learn and mimic these behaviors, fear that resources will be withheld, and anxiety when we can't contort ourselves to fit their demands. smaug-official: uncommonbish:THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescriptivism also falls into this category. Completely pointless, historically arbitrary way to keep TALENT + MERIT as secondary qualifiers. “First impressions matter” my ass. Get Gen Xs out of hiring positions Bizarre social rules like these are literally so detrimental to autistic people trying to find work, I already struggle enough with the basics of social etiquette I don’t need weird rules like these to follow…
Marginalize: Jessica Liebman
 ajessicaliebman
 Follow
 Hey, I wrote something! I've been hiring
 people for 10 years, and I still swear bya
 simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank
 you email, don't hire them.
 I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: if s
 An executive managing editor who has hired hundreds of people believes
 candidates who send thank you emails show they want the job.
 businessinsider.com

 Muging M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 White people's fixation on
 inconsequential social norms is a way to
 structurally keep out non-white people
 who lack the cultural capital and
 privilege to know every one of these
 inane social rules we're supposed to
 perform to be granted the jobs and
 resources we fucking deserve.
 Jessica Liebman @jessicaliebman
 Hey, I wrote something!. I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still
 swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank you email, don't hire
 them. businessinsider.com/how-to-write-t..

 Muqing M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 As people who lack white or class
 privilege know, not possessing this
 cultural capital causes intense anxiety
 and alienation. Networking events, office
 small talk, interviews are often dreadful
 experiences bc we're being judged
 according to rules that were set up for us
 to fail.

 Muqing M. Zhang
 @muqingmzhang
 Follow
 Everyone who has experienced the dread
 & anxiety of being in a room full of
 privileged white people and literally not
 knowing what they're talking about and
 second guessing everything you do,
 knows that these "proper politeness"
 rules are just a way to alienate &
 marginalize us.

 Muqing M. Zhang
 Follow
 muingmzhang
 These social norms of the dominant
 group create intense emotional strain for
 marginalized peoples. They cause
 immense mental labor for us to learn and
 mimic these behaviors, fear that
 resources will be withheld, and anxiety
 when we can't contort ourselves to fit
 their demands.
smaug-official:

uncommonbish:THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescriptivism also falls into this category. Completely pointless, historically arbitrary way to keep TALENT + MERIT as secondary qualifiers. “First impressions matter” my ass. Get Gen Xs out of hiring positions

Bizarre social rules like these are literally so detrimental to autistic people trying to find work, I already struggle enough with the basics of social etiquette I don’t need weird rules like these to follow…

smaug-official: uncommonbish:THISTHISTHIS, and linguistic prescriptivism also falls into this category. Completely pointless, historical...

Marginalize: British Museum @britishmuseum The British Museum Follow We aim to be understandable by 16 vear olds. Sometimes Asian names can be confusing, so we have to be careful about using too many. 2:16 AM - 13 Sep 2017 ●㊨ @bb$ D 148 Retweets 219 Likes Malinda Lo @malindalo Follow Shockingly the British Museum inadvertently reveals it is run by white people from a former colonial power British Museum @britishmuseum Replying to @britishmuseum We aim to be understandable by 16 year olds. Sometimes Asian names can be confusing, so we have to be careful about using too many 6:29 AM - 13 Sep 2017 63 Retweets О@@ OQk)O@ 138 Likes Elizabeth M. @_ElizabethMay Follow Il Asian names are so confusing," Kristin said and nodding in agreement were her friends Kirsten, Kristen, Kristine, Krystin, Krystal, Khrys 4:03 AM - 13 Sep 2017 063 ) 774 Retweets 1,551 Likes Following @noahjussi you: Asian names are hard you: I love the music of Ichaikovsky you: Schwarzenegger movies are great you: my fav Targaryen is Daenerys 7:22 AM - 13 Sep 2017 18,530 Retweets 45,360 Likes @ C: Og, @ D thetrippytrip: This is the living proof that white supremacy is an international system that tries not only to normalize its’ own values and make it dominant in the world but also tries to marginalize everything that doesn’t fit preferences of white supremacists. That’s how you can easily spot them – they don’t like unfamiliar and unaccustomed names, words, looks and call it “strange”, “confusing”, “not normal” and so on.
Marginalize: British Museum
 @britishmuseum
 The British
 Museum
 Follow
 We aim to be understandable by 16 vear
 olds. Sometimes Asian names can be
 confusing, so we have to be careful about
 using too many.
 2:16 AM - 13 Sep 2017
 ●㊨
 @bb$ D
 148 Retweets 219 Likes

 Malinda Lo
 @malindalo
 Follow
 Shockingly the British Museum inadvertently
 reveals it is run by white people from a
 former colonial power
 British Museum @britishmuseum
 Replying to @britishmuseum
 We aim to be understandable by 16 year olds. Sometimes Asian names can be
 confusing, so we have to be careful about using too many
 6:29 AM - 13 Sep 2017
 63 Retweets
 О@@
 OQk)O@
 138 Likes

 Elizabeth M.
 @_ElizabethMay
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 Il
 Asian names are so confusing," Kristin said
 and nodding in agreement were her friends
 Kirsten, Kristen, Kristine, Krystin, Krystal,
 Khrys
 4:03 AM - 13 Sep 2017
 063 )
 774 Retweets 1,551 Likes

 Following
 @noahjussi
 you: Asian names are hard
 you: I love the music of Ichaikovsky
 you: Schwarzenegger movies are great
 you: my fav Targaryen is Daenerys
 7:22 AM - 13 Sep 2017
 18,530 Retweets 45,360 Likes
 @ C: Og, @ D
thetrippytrip:
This is the living proof that white supremacy is an international system that tries not only to normalize its’ own values and make it dominant in the world but also tries to marginalize everything that doesn’t fit preferences of white supremacists. That’s how you can easily spot them – they don’t like unfamiliar and unaccustomed names, words, looks and call it “strange”, “confusing”, “not normal” and so on.

thetrippytrip: This is the living proof that white supremacy is an international system that tries not only to normalize its’ own values...

Marginalize: u/ZeroTenenbaum 2d i.redd.it happiest camper Our parents and grand parents had Muhammad Ali. I don't care if they lived in America or Africa or China or India - they knew about Muhammad Ali and they saw him take his stances against injustice and whether they liked him or hated him, he started a conversation. When Colin Kaepernick took a stand, he was sidelined. Maligned. The overlords tried to end his career and shut him the fuck up. In March, Donald Trump - the most powerful man in the world by a wide margin - said that no team will sign him because they don't want to get a nasty tweet from him if they do. But then the unthinkable happened. Other NFL players started saying "enough is enough - there is injustice in our society and we need to address it". He started a movement. Dozens of players are now taking a stand. Michael Bennett is drawing attention to profiling. These are players who were told explicitly not to ever take a stand, and now they're participating in a debate. It's just talking! The best ideas will win! But before Kaep, you couldn't chime in without being penalized - badly - professionally - that's over. Kaep took a risk and sacrificed everything and, in doing so, changed everything. And for all of u who are gonna pop off saying Kaep is racist...bear in mind that his adoptive parents Rick and Teresa are a rural white couple from Wisconsin and cheer him on at all his games and love him and support him in his mission so good luck with that! Everybody needs heroes and he's one of mine. Bless up 🇺🇸
Marginalize: u/ZeroTenenbaum 2d i.redd.it
 happiest camper
Our parents and grand parents had Muhammad Ali. I don't care if they lived in America or Africa or China or India - they knew about Muhammad Ali and they saw him take his stances against injustice and whether they liked him or hated him, he started a conversation. When Colin Kaepernick took a stand, he was sidelined. Maligned. The overlords tried to end his career and shut him the fuck up. In March, Donald Trump - the most powerful man in the world by a wide margin - said that no team will sign him because they don't want to get a nasty tweet from him if they do. But then the unthinkable happened. Other NFL players started saying "enough is enough - there is injustice in our society and we need to address it". He started a movement. Dozens of players are now taking a stand. Michael Bennett is drawing attention to profiling. These are players who were told explicitly not to ever take a stand, and now they're participating in a debate. It's just talking! The best ideas will win! But before Kaep, you couldn't chime in without being penalized - badly - professionally - that's over. Kaep took a risk and sacrificed everything and, in doing so, changed everything. And for all of u who are gonna pop off saying Kaep is racist...bear in mind that his adoptive parents Rick and Teresa are a rural white couple from Wisconsin and cheer him on at all his games and love him and support him in his mission so good luck with that! Everybody needs heroes and he's one of mine. Bless up 🇺🇸

Our parents and grand parents had Muhammad Ali. I don't care if they lived in America or Africa or China or India - they knew about Muham...

Marginalize: Harvard Law Review Elects 1st Black Female President in Its 130-Year History 17th soulja4 The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journal’s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana, a native of Harrisburg, Pa., will serve as the 131st leader of the organization. The Harvard Crimson reports that as an undergraduate at Harvard, she double-majored in government and African-American studies. She graduated in 2014 and is expecting to receive her J.D. in 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile.In an email to the Crimson, outgoing Law Review President Michael L. Zuckerman wrote that he is excited to see where Umana takes the publication in the coming year. “ImeIme is one of the most brilliant, thoughtful, and caring people I’ve met, and the Law Review is in phenomenally good hands,” Zuckerman wrote. Umana was selected from a field of 12 candidates, eight of whom were women and eight of whom were people of color, according to Zuckerman. All candidates for president must answer questions from a forum of editors, write responses to submitted questions and participate in mock editorial activities. “ImeIme’s election as the Law Review’s first female black president is historic,” Zuckerman wrote. “For a field in which women and people of color have for too much of our past been marginalized or underrepresented, her election is an important and encouraging step toward a richer and more inclusive legal conversation.”In her job as president, Umana will oversee the work of 90 student editors and staff members as well as communicate with a group of writers that includes faculty members. “Knowing ImeIme, I can’t wait to applaud her in a year’s time for the extraordinary work that I am certain she will do,” Zuckerman wrote. The Crimson reports that Umana’s election comes just as the Law Review seeks to accept editors from a wider variety of backgrounds. Last year it elected the most diverse class of editors in its history. In addition, in 2013 the journal expanded its affirmative action policy to include gender as a factor in its admissions process. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackexcellence
Marginalize: Harvard Law Review
 Elects 1st Black Female
 President in Its 130-Year
 History
 17th soulja4
The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journal’s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana, a native of Harrisburg, Pa., will serve as the 131st leader of the organization. The Harvard Crimson reports that as an undergraduate at Harvard, she double-majored in government and African-American studies. She graduated in 2014 and is expecting to receive her J.D. in 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile.In an email to the Crimson, outgoing Law Review President Michael L. Zuckerman wrote that he is excited to see where Umana takes the publication in the coming year. “ImeIme is one of the most brilliant, thoughtful, and caring people I’ve met, and the Law Review is in phenomenally good hands,” Zuckerman wrote. Umana was selected from a field of 12 candidates, eight of whom were women and eight of whom were people of color, according to Zuckerman. All candidates for president must answer questions from a forum of editors, write responses to submitted questions and participate in mock editorial activities. “ImeIme’s election as the Law Review’s first female black president is historic,” Zuckerman wrote. “For a field in which women and people of color have for too much of our past been marginalized or underrepresented, her election is an important and encouraging step toward a richer and more inclusive legal conversation.”In her job as president, Umana will oversee the work of 90 student editors and staff members as well as communicate with a group of writers that includes faculty members. “Knowing ImeIme, I can’t wait to applaud her in a year’s time for the extraordinary work that I am certain she will do,” Zuckerman wrote. The Crimson reports that Umana’s election comes just as the Law Review seeks to accept editors from a wider variety of backgrounds. Last year it elected the most diverse class of editors in its history. In addition, in 2013 the journal expanded its affirmative action policy to include gender as a factor in its admissions process. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackexcellence

The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journal’s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana,...

Marginalize: Dontferet White women for TRump Around the country women weep, wondering how the glass ceiling still stands. But now is not the time to bury our faces in our hands. For white women in particular, now is the time to look in the mirror.🤳🏻 Ninety-four percent of black women voted for Hillary Clinton. Sixty-eight percent of Latina women did so. But 53 percent of the white female voters in this country voted for Donald Trump.Hours after Donald Trump was declared the winner of the presidential election, plans for a Women’s March on Washington began to form — a proclamation that Trump was not the women’s choice for president. After all, Trump brags about groping women, makes degrading comments about women’s bodies, and claimed (and then retracted) that women should be punished for having abortions. And during the campaign, a dozen women accused him of sexual assault.Many white women not only voted for him but were key in getting him over the top.Trump outperformed Clinton among white women, winning 53 percent of voters in that demographic.Drilling down further, he beat Clinton among white women without college degrees by 27 points. In the three states that decided the election — Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan — that margin was enough to send Trump to the White House. Trump’s success is specifically among white women without college degrees, 61 percent of whom voted for him. Clinton actually did 7 points better than Trump with white college-educated women. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th womensmarch Buyers remorse is a hell of a drug 👨🏾‍💻
Marginalize: Dontferet
 White women
 for
 TRump
Around the country women weep, wondering how the glass ceiling still stands. But now is not the time to bury our faces in our hands. For white women in particular, now is the time to look in the mirror.🤳🏻 Ninety-four percent of black women voted for Hillary Clinton. Sixty-eight percent of Latina women did so. But 53 percent of the white female voters in this country voted for Donald Trump.Hours after Donald Trump was declared the winner of the presidential election, plans for a Women’s March on Washington began to form — a proclamation that Trump was not the women’s choice for president. After all, Trump brags about groping women, makes degrading comments about women’s bodies, and claimed (and then retracted) that women should be punished for having abortions. And during the campaign, a dozen women accused him of sexual assault.Many white women not only voted for him but were key in getting him over the top.Trump outperformed Clinton among white women, winning 53 percent of voters in that demographic.Drilling down further, he beat Clinton among white women without college degrees by 27 points. In the three states that decided the election — Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan — that margin was enough to send Trump to the White House. Trump’s success is specifically among white women without college degrees, 61 percent of whom voted for him. Clinton actually did 7 points better than Trump with white college-educated women. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th womensmarch Buyers remorse is a hell of a drug 👨🏾‍💻

Around the country women weep, wondering how the glass ceiling still stands. But now is not the time to bury our faces in our hands. For...

Marginalize: The irony is that men use money to attract women but hate gold diggers and women use their bodies to attract men but hate to be viewed as sex objects Who are you begging for validation from? What are you really doing? Really chatting sh*t or a really good person... Really trying your hardest to help better yourself and you people, or really not doing much but talking like you are... Really spiritual or really materialistic. You can't be both. So many people are on this fake deep sh*t. Depth is your lifestyle, your actions, your integrity, what you do everyday. Good intentions alone aren't good enough. You will do good if you want to. You can't be surface deep. Throwing the word real around like it's a Drake music video... Why bother? Either be really true to your heart and be a progressive positive human being, who contributes wonders to the human experience, or just meander through life figuring stuff out, or be a horrible human whose actions negatively affect others. But if you are real good, or really a beautiful soul, or you are really indifferent, really not helping or really just on your journey, but you will really get there... or you are really horrible, really destroying souls through your greed and really a devil, who devalues life. But please don't be lost professing that you are real, because some rapper said that the worshiping of vanity, materialism, money and narcissistic behaviour, drug abuse, alcoholism and a generally gluttonous useless (to the betterment of humanity) lifestyle is real. It's not. You can't be real and superficial, you can't be tall and short. The club isn't real, materialism isn't real, superficiality isn't real. Real isn't profit margins for destructive corporations. Real is being honest, are you being honest? Some people live in sewage and starve everyday, all of their lives until they die. Why don't you be really helpful and talk about that, better yet help solve it. But don't be a part of the problem, do nothing to help others, actually cause a class greater divide between humans with your lifestyle, then talk about real. If you do this you are really a fool, who need to find themselves or you are really selfish and people like me will call you out, "but you can't judge" errm yes I can, because I really don't give a f*ck who I offend. Amun Ra ✊🏿 chakabars
Marginalize: The irony is that men use money
 to attract women but hate gold
 diggers and women use their
 bodies to attract men but hate
 to be viewed as sex objects
Who are you begging for validation from? What are you really doing? Really chatting sh*t or a really good person... Really trying your hardest to help better yourself and you people, or really not doing much but talking like you are... Really spiritual or really materialistic. You can't be both. So many people are on this fake deep sh*t. Depth is your lifestyle, your actions, your integrity, what you do everyday. Good intentions alone aren't good enough. You will do good if you want to. You can't be surface deep. Throwing the word real around like it's a Drake music video... Why bother? Either be really true to your heart and be a progressive positive human being, who contributes wonders to the human experience, or just meander through life figuring stuff out, or be a horrible human whose actions negatively affect others. But if you are real good, or really a beautiful soul, or you are really indifferent, really not helping or really just on your journey, but you will really get there... or you are really horrible, really destroying souls through your greed and really a devil, who devalues life. But please don't be lost professing that you are real, because some rapper said that the worshiping of vanity, materialism, money and narcissistic behaviour, drug abuse, alcoholism and a generally gluttonous useless (to the betterment of humanity) lifestyle is real. It's not. You can't be real and superficial, you can't be tall and short. The club isn't real, materialism isn't real, superficiality isn't real. Real isn't profit margins for destructive corporations. Real is being honest, are you being honest? Some people live in sewage and starve everyday, all of their lives until they die. Why don't you be really helpful and talk about that, better yet help solve it. But don't be a part of the problem, do nothing to help others, actually cause a class greater divide between humans with your lifestyle, then talk about real. If you do this you are really a fool, who need to find themselves or you are really selfish and people like me will call you out, "but you can't judge" errm yes I can, because I really don't give a f*ck who I offend. Amun Ra ✊🏿 chakabars

Who are you begging for validation from? What are you really doing? Really chatting sh*t or a really good person... Really trying your ha...

Marginalize: I don't care how beautiful you are If your personality is ugly, you're ugly Who are you begging for validation from? What are you really doing? Really chatting sh*t or a really good person... Really trying your hardest to help better yourself and you people, or really not doing much but talking like you are... Really spiritual or really materialistic. You can't be both. So many people are on this fake deep sh*t. Depth is your lifestyle, your actions, your integrity, what you do everyday. Good intentions alone aren't good enough. You will do good if you want to. You can't be surface deep. Throwing the word real around like it's a Drake music video... Why bother? Either be really true to your heart and be a progressive positive human being, who contributes wonders to the human experience, or just meander through life figuring stuff out, or be a horrible human whose actions negatively affect others. But if you are real good, or really a beautiful soul, or you are really indifferent, really not helping or really just on your journey, but you will really get there... or you are really horrible, really destroying souls through your greed and really a devil, who devalues life. But please don't be lost professing that you are real, because some rapper said that the worshiping of vanity, materialism, money and narcissistic behaviour, drug abuse, alcoholism and a generally gluttonous useless (to the betterment of humanity) lifestyle is real. It's not. You can't be real and superficial, you can't be tall and short. The club isn't real, materialism isn't real, superficiality isn't real. Real isn't profit margins for destructive corporations. Real is being honest, are you being honest? Some people live in sewage and starve everyday, all of their lives until they die. Why don't you be really helpful and talk about that, better yet help solve it. But don't be a part of the problem, do nothing to help others, actually cause a class greater divide between humans with your lifestyle, then talk about real. If you do this you are really a fool, who need to find themselves or you are really selfish and people like me will call you out, "but you can't judge" errm yes I can, because I really don't give a f*ck who I offend. Amun Ra ✊🏿 chakabars
Marginalize: I don't care how beautiful
 you are
 If your personality is ugly,
 you're ugly
Who are you begging for validation from? What are you really doing? Really chatting sh*t or a really good person... Really trying your hardest to help better yourself and you people, or really not doing much but talking like you are... Really spiritual or really materialistic. You can't be both. So many people are on this fake deep sh*t. Depth is your lifestyle, your actions, your integrity, what you do everyday. Good intentions alone aren't good enough. You will do good if you want to. You can't be surface deep. Throwing the word real around like it's a Drake music video... Why bother? Either be really true to your heart and be a progressive positive human being, who contributes wonders to the human experience, or just meander through life figuring stuff out, or be a horrible human whose actions negatively affect others. But if you are real good, or really a beautiful soul, or you are really indifferent, really not helping or really just on your journey, but you will really get there... or you are really horrible, really destroying souls through your greed and really a devil, who devalues life. But please don't be lost professing that you are real, because some rapper said that the worshiping of vanity, materialism, money and narcissistic behaviour, drug abuse, alcoholism and a generally gluttonous useless (to the betterment of humanity) lifestyle is real. It's not. You can't be real and superficial, you can't be tall and short. The club isn't real, materialism isn't real, superficiality isn't real. Real isn't profit margins for destructive corporations. Real is being honest, are you being honest? Some people live in sewage and starve everyday, all of their lives until they die. Why don't you be really helpful and talk about that, better yet help solve it. But don't be a part of the problem, do nothing to help others, actually cause a class greater divide between humans with your lifestyle, then talk about real. If you do this you are really a fool, who need to find themselves or you are really selfish and people like me will call you out, "but you can't judge" errm yes I can, because I really don't give a f*ck who I offend. Amun Ra ✊🏿 chakabars

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Marginalize: Early Recount Reports From Wisconsin Show Donald Trump Receiving More Votes Than Initially Counted PC: @liberalbull_ AP reports, "President-elect Donald Trump narrowly defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in both states and Wisconsin, which started its recount last week. The recounts requested by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein were not expected to change enough votes to overturn the result of the election. Stein, who received about 1 percent of the vote in all three states, says her intent is to verify the accuracy of the vote.She has suggested, with no evidence, that votes cast were susceptible to computer hacking.Trump had widened his victory margin over Clinton in Wisconsin by 146 votes, with 23 of the state’s 72 counties having finished their recounts as of Tuesday. In those counties, Trump gained 105 votes and Clinton dropped 41 votes.Trump defeated Clinton in Wisconsin by about 22,000 votes." jillstein greenparty liberals libbys libtards liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump nobama stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @tomorrowsconservatives 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages Joint Twitter - @wethreesavages Follow my backup page: @the_typical_liberal_backup
Marginalize: Early Recount Reports
 From Wisconsin
 Show Donald Trump
 Receiving More Votes
 Than Initially Counted
PC: @liberalbull_ AP reports, "President-elect Donald Trump narrowly defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in both states and Wisconsin, which started its recount last week. The recounts requested by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein were not expected to change enough votes to overturn the result of the election. Stein, who received about 1 percent of the vote in all three states, says her intent is to verify the accuracy of the vote.She has suggested, with no evidence, that votes cast were susceptible to computer hacking.Trump had widened his victory margin over Clinton in Wisconsin by 146 votes, with 23 of the state’s 72 counties having finished their recounts as of Tuesday. In those counties, Trump gained 105 votes and Clinton dropped 41 votes.Trump defeated Clinton in Wisconsin by about 22,000 votes." jillstein greenparty liberals libbys libtards liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump nobama stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @tomorrowsconservatives 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages Joint Twitter - @wethreesavages Follow my backup page: @the_typical_liberal_backup

PC: @liberalbull_ AP reports, "President-elect Donald Trump narrowly defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in both states and Wis...