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IBEW 424 members area

May 21 2015,

So on May 21 2015 I tried to log into the members area on the IBEW LU 424
website. I have had an log in id and password now setup for at least a… 625 more words

IBEW Case

Follow up on Arpaio: Yes, I did it but it wasn't my fault

Sheriff Arpaio has been on the news multiple times for his harsh tactics and opinion on immigration.  I came across this interesting article in Courthouse News, where Arpaio admitted that he violated the law and then shifted all of the blame to his attorney and the people under him for following his orders. 21 more words

Civil Rights

White Straight Men Have Privilege? I've Been Oppressing Just Because of That?

Feminists are mentally ill and this world is going to hell.  I’m beyond upset at people like Suey Park and just about every other mf that says that it’s the white man’s role to hold every ethnic background and other gender down.  164 more words

Anger

Such Vulgarity

Is this feminism?  Why is it that some women have such hatred for men?  How is that not sexist and forcing society to give women special needs over men?  156 more words

Anxiety

A Song for the Voiceless

What’s that I hear?

The collective, voiceless cries of the oppressed, underprivileged, queer, different, free-thinking, dark-skinned, yellow-skinned, red-skinned, zebra-skinned (yes, none of this is real), lower-class, trans-gendered, impoverished, anarchist humans that used to come through like a silent movie. 127 more words

Musings

Thoughts on Bette Midler's 'Ordinary' LGBT Community Comments

Not long ago singer Bette Midler stated the following to The Advocate:

“The extreme characters you used to see in the Village in the old days, you just don’t see them anymore, and I really do miss them because there was a feeling I used to get that people were expressing themselves in the most elaborate of ways,” she says of the flamboyant fans who were among the core following she gained during her time singing in the Continental Baths, a gay bathhouse, during the summer of 1970.

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Attitudes

From the outside in

As many of us have, I’ve been thinking a lot about race lately. Between Ferguson, Missouri, and New York, and the resulting protests and marches, I think you’d have to be living under the proverbial rock if you weren’t thinking about race these days. 2,528 more words

Ferguson