— John Chernoff from his book Hustling Is Not Stealing.
July 20, 2012
"One thing that can be said about poor people in general is that they do not like to have someone’s idea of poverty interfere with their idea of themselves as human beings. They know what’s not there but they also deal with what’s there."
November 29, 2011
"At the heart of slow violence is the paradox of the long-term emergency. We’re taught to deal with immediate emergencies first, then turn to the long-term. Long-term can wait. But while we’re waiting for the right time to address the long-term emergencies, those emergencies aren’t static—in the interim, they’re being compounded; often they encroach more and more emphatically on the present."
— Rob Nixon at SocialText. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor: An Interview with Rob Nixon
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- “I’d always imagined that if an “I have nothing to hide” adherent were to give me access to their private affairs, I’d quickly be able to show them...”
Less queer baiting more queer dating.
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we dont speak about pain because thats not what any wants to hear.
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