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I hope you're not just now figuring that out.
So, are there any guitar vids you'd recommend?
I'm sticking with acoustic guitar. I'd like to learn to play slide.
There’s some clickbait all about Billie Eilish showing her tits for body positivity or some such shit. I haven’t clicked.
The thing is, Sanders supporters are just markedly more likely to be active on Twitter than those of any other Dem candidate.
oh boy. Here we go. They are setting us up with remote access laptops. I think they're about to implement working from home.
Yurchak coined the term "hypernormalization" in his 2005 book Everything was Forever, Until it was No More: The Last Soviet Generation. The book focused on the political, social and cultural conditions during what he terms "late socialism" (the period after Stalin but before Perestroika, mid-1950s - mid-1980s) which lead to the ultimate collapse of the Soviet state in 1991. Yurchak argues that everyone knew the system was failing, but as no one could imagine any alternative to the status quo, politicians and citizens were resigned to maintaining a pretence of a functioning society. Over time, this delusion became a self-fulfilling prophecy and the "fakeness" was accepted by everyone as real, an effect that Yurchak termed "hypernormalization".
I'm feeling uneasy about people constantly reassuring me that the only people who die are older or immunocompromised.Those people are expendable, you mean?I've got a 74 year old MiL, a 70 year old mom, a preemie nephew... My younger brothers each have an inlaw at high risk. Not ready to lose any of those folks.