The Stifling Uniformity of Literary Theory
Interesting view on this. Needs some follow up and more focus.
The loss of (ruminant) life if we stopped cattle farming would be overwhelming.
It is interesting that we now have identity issues instead of economic issues.
Seriously, why is this a topic? Why is this relevant? I hate that it is. I wish we weren't wasting our time.
Interesting. I did not know that orangutans raped people.
Yeah, it was known this was coming. It makes sense and the social justice activists should be doing this in the current system. It still sucks, since we are going to see the middle ground drop out completely.
What the hell is going on that makes it so this is relevant reading? Not only that, but this information will help me in arguments I have jumped into online. Qp
It's important to actually look at what studies are looking at. By the same metrics the critical theorists used, we could declare rich people don't exist since no one person has 100% of the money and resources.
Excellent conclusion to this review.
I used to own a car. The problem was that it made the person in the passenger seat uncomfortable. I realized this was a flaw with cars in general. I then rented a steam roller and got rid of it.
I now walk everywhere and am very happy. I solved my car problem and my passengers never complain.
If this doesn't get overturned, I am going to have to stop letting my wife use my HBO Now and Amazon passwords. Scary stuff.
I feel like I need to make my Facebook interactions less friendly.
The implications here are interesting.
If it's on the Internet, it's most likely going to be stolen.
I wonder how long it will be before the norms that are being violated so routinely today are codified as law. Relying on norms is a bad idea on a long enough timeline.
Lots of meaningful statistics. It helps a lot in understanding what is happening around the country.