NO KKK NO NRA NO NEO-NAZI USA
This was taped to the mailbox in front of my building.
I went at about 6:30 am, and it was busy but no lines. I was in and out in just a few minutes.
And now we wait. It’s going to be a long, long day.
Our Lady of the Bees
I’m not usually one for digital collage. I like paper. But current events have me disgusted and horrified, and this is what happened as a result.
from the introduction to Covered Wagon Women, volume 5
If you think chain migration is a new thing, or that it’s a bad thing, you’re mistaken. It’s how people have moved the world over, forever and ever.
Tiny teefs and tiny underbite. He’s so stinking cute I can hardly stand it sometimes.
The Holocaust did not begin with killing; it began with words. The Museum calls on all American citizens, our religious and civic leaders, and the leadership of all branches of the government to confront racist thinking and divisive hateful speech.
Source: Museum Condemns White Nationalist Conference Rhetoric — United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
A few months ago, I shared an article asking the (then just hopefully rhetorical) question, “Would you hide a Jew from the Nazis?” I don’t think it’s rhetorical any longer. We are about to allow actual neo-nazis to take control of our country. They are dangerous, and we have to stand up to them. It’s no longer a question of “Could it happen here?” but a matter of “It is happening here.”
I went back to work Thursday, after being off sick with the death plague. As I walked through campus at dark o’clock, I saw this on the sidewalk and thought, “The kids are alright.”
I took my sick ass to the polls at 6:00 this morning, and then I came home and coughed up both lungs. Now Thomas and I are watching election coverage on the news.