Charles Mills - Liberalism and Racial Justice

2021.09.21 15:49 This_Is_The_End Charles Mills - Liberalism and Racial Justice

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2021.09.21 15:49 cypriumnews At least 100 houses destroyed by La Palma volcanic eruption (Video) At least 100 homes were destroyed during... #LaPalma #spain #volcanic #volcaniceruption #volcano #Volcanoeruption https://tinyurl.com/yfl8nrtn

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2021.09.21 15:49 SpicyTheodorescu37 What are the effective methods to get rid/lessen the appearance of dark circles ??

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2021.09.21 15:49 whyamIonly5fttall Mornings routines are a good thing

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2021.09.21 15:48 Eroserint I’m wondering if this was intentional

I’m rewatching Gravity Falls for the 100th time and it just now occurs to me that Bill Cypher sounds like David Lynch. But a crazier version of David Lynch, if that’s even possible. I’m wondering if that is what Alex Hirsch was going for…
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2021.09.21 15:48 Brus_2001 Are NB people ok of their portraying in BRando books?

Fervorous are made "NB"when they enter. But imo, is not like they are out of the binary spectrum, but that they don't get to have any gender identity. Like, NB people have a gender identity, but isn't the typical. They don't seem to have any
Anyone who knows for a fact can answer?
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2021.09.21 15:48 Accurate-Call-170 What do you like having done to you?

I’m not sure if my English is right, but I’m curious to know what guys like having done to them-whether you’re a friend or partner. I know that it can differ per person, but I’m still curious to know.
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2021.09.21 15:48 Impossible_Victory34 Is it often that the CB count an additional wrong answer

I’m pretty sure that CB counted me an additional wrong answer but I want to know if this occurs frequently
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2021.09.21 15:48 Justice_1111 I dont give a fuck, go broke or go broke. I bought the dip from yesterday. That’s my position, the floor seems solid at .58 and it’s new price point is $5. Wish me luck, my wife’s boyfriends enclosed patio AC really sucks.

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2021.09.21 15:48 ahmad4414 One of nature's key constants is a lot bigger in a quantum material

One of nature's key constants is a lot bigger in a quantum material
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2021.09.21 15:48 alex3025 What ports need Mailcow?

Hello, I've installed Mailcow on Docker and configured my dns. I can send mails but I cannot receive them (I get a timeout error when trying to send one from an another email address).
I think there is a port I forgot to forward in my router. So what are the ports that Mailcow needs to work?
These are already open: 443, 587, 465, 995, 110, 993, 143.
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2021.09.21 15:48 Caboose92m The inevitable comic edit I had to make because no one else did

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2021.09.21 15:48 fastpath7 Market Open 9/21

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2021.09.21 15:48 MemenutGallery What do you call a blind fascist?

A not-see
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2021.09.21 15:48 demonol DOOMBLADE - Official Reveal Trailer

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2021.09.21 15:48 cruel_delusion Gather around children and let me tell you a story about working.

I am 57 years old, and I started working in 1976 when I was 12 years old. Mowing lawns, shoveling snow, baby-sitting, and delivering newspapers. It was ingrained in me at a very early age that you needed to work to succeed in life. My siblings and I all looked up to our father as a role model and truly great man. He worked the same job for 30 years.
When my father turned 55 his employer (a large semi-conductor manufacturer) forced him out with threats of losing his pension and retirement if he didn't "take the buy-out". He was heart-broken because he had spent his entire working life devoted to his employer, towing the company line and working his fingers to the bone to provide for his family. After he left the company he took a series of low paying jobs and thankfully he eventually found one that made him happy, we were all ecstatic and until his death a few years ago his later years were filled with time for his family and his hobbies.
Ironically, I completely ignored the cautionary tale that I had seen unfold right before my eyes, and so I too devoted 25 years of my life to a "family-owned" company where I worked tirelessly up to 70 hours a week. All in the name of success and advancement. Until one day shortly after Covid began I was brought into an office and told that my position was being eliminated (which of course was a lie, the new "assistant" that I'd been training for months was replacing me). I was handed a check and an NDA to sign.
I was 55 years old.
In my panic I set about to replicate the exact fucking thing that had been my father and my downfall. I wanted to get back on a "career path" as soon as possible. I tried a couple of retail managerial jobs, which during Covid were a nightmare, and eventually settled on job managing some warehouse employees for a fraction of what I had made previously. My wife and I made it work, and downsized to a smaller house and got rid of our leased cars. My thoughts however continued to return to a career and advancement.
It wasn't until two weeks ago, when I ran into a former co-worker who told me that he'd quit his high-paying, high stress job to return to cooking the line that I realized that I was done chasing a non-existent safety net. I am currently preparing an exit strategy from my current job so that my wife and I can keep health insurance but I can downsize my work life. I know how much cash I need to make to pay bills and set some aside for retirement, but I am planning on spending the rest of my working life in a low-stress job, with no career advancement potential.
The moral of this story is that your employer is not your family, nor your friend, nor your ally. They have one reason for existing, to make the owners wealthy. You are a replaceable cog in the machine. For 25 years I ignored this reality and when I finally came around it was so freeing.
Free yourself.
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2021.09.21 15:48 NecessaryFlow [NO SPOILERS] Wich Life is Strange to play first?

Feel free to say why, but please no spoilers.
View Poll
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2021.09.21 15:48 derya07 52% off >> $95.99 >>Proscenic T21 Smart Electric Air Fryer Geekbuying Coupon Code [Poland Warehouse]

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2021.09.21 15:48 Gravedaisy “Captain Fantastic”, by Richard Ingersoll (me), digital, 2021

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2021.09.21 15:48 RKellyIsABrudda Someone please gift me I'm not tryna be a doboy again 🙏

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2021.09.21 15:48 momo_mm09 Mesprit raid - 1241 1538 1415

Ill wait 2 mins
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2021.09.21 15:48 lifebrarian Ideas for historical names for girls that aren’t tied to super depressing or trivial stories?

I’m thinking of baby names and fell in love with Alexander for a boy. I love ancient, classical, and medieval history, and Alexander the Great and the stories he left behind shaped so much in the cultures that followed his.
I like the idea of having something similar for a girl, but…yeah. Women in history, especially ancient or medieval history, tend to be remembered for the men they married, the sons they bore, or the way they died.
For a “good name” example, the one name I’ve thought of and really like is Eleanor, for Eleanor of Aquitaine, who had famous sons and husbands but also took her badass self to war. Plus she was played by an older Catherine Hepburn in one movie and you can’t go wrong with that.
But the other names I’ve thought of, meh. Cassandra? Super depressing. Eloise? Only remembered for her impact on Abelard, who was a pedophile even by medieval standards. Boudica? Amazing story but I’m not putting a kid through having to spell that out forever.
(Not saying these are “bad” names, by the way - they’re beautiful! I just don’t want to tell my son he’s named after a warrior and a foundational figure in western society, and then have nothing similar to tell my daughter.)
I also like longer formal names that lead to a wide variety of nicknames - like Elizabeth, Alexander, Caroline, etc. I have a name like that and love that I’ve been able to easily change how I’m called as I move between phases in my life. (So like Joan would be a good historical fit, but it’s too short/simple for me.)
Any suggestions you all might have would be most welcome!!
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2021.09.21 15:48 Scott_Sovereignty Why Kamala Harris Doesn't Understand This

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2021.09.21 15:48 Imaginary_Mud3007 Hi Scammers

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