Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-15 20:49:28
ID: 57747
It's hilarious how my conservative friends all boycotted ABC for firing Roseanne and cancelling Last Man Standing other "libtard" bullshit, but were sooo happy watching the Country Music Awards on ABC last night. Dip shits. Also same people are now back to shopping at Target w/ all the transgender rapists.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-14 20:46:07
ID: 57733
I am so sick and tired of this spicy food fad thing. Spicy does not equal tasty! In fact, if you it too much hot stuff you can’t even taste the food! I am so tired of things that aren’t supposed to be spicy having way too much heat in them. I shouldn’t have to ask if everything I order is spicy... I ordered Pad Thai from somewhere today and it was so hot it made me cry, I was not given an option to choose my heat level, so I expected it not to be hot, like it’s supposed to be! The other day i bought a snickers bar and apparently they make one with habanero mixed into it now, and the wrapper is way too similar to the original. As someone who doesn’t like heat, and whose stomach cannot handle it I am so sick and tired of the foods that should be “safe” for me being ruined and not getting any warning about it until I bite into it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-14 20:25:43
ID: 57732
What does it even mean, being 'triggered'? My understanding is that it just means that something brings back a difficult memory, and causes anxiety or something. Soooooo.... I get it that a rape victim might be triggered during an episode of Law & Order SVU. Seeing a man drunk around his kids 'triggers' me because my dad was a raging drunk. It give me anxiety, but it's not bad, it's just something that bugs me. But how does a person get triggered by, like, an entire population of people? Triggered by white women with blond hair? That doesn't sound like a trigger, it sounds racist. What am I missing here?
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Posted by: RubberCity
2018-11-14 19:29:16
ID: 57731
Anyone who is " triggered " by anything like a work of literature, a movie or play or TV show, random people or random conversation need to realize they are the ones who need to control their emotions. Restrictions on what can be said or taught are not the answer. The term " snowflake " comes to mind. Adversity and hardship are part of life.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-14 15:56:44
ID: 57728
In response to a confession. Of course its my fault, I am white. Upper management does nothing about this manager, who regularly bullies white women, up to and including physical aggression such as getting right in someones face, arm grabbing, shoving, poking.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-14 13:05:52
ID: 57726
First, I call bullshit. I think you are trying to convince yourself and other people that black people are triggered by white people as a way to justify your own prejudice. Second, even if black people were triggered by white people (again, BS), they probably have every right to, seeing as white people have treated them in this country...mostly by people who think like you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-14 05:12:25
ID: 57725
It's real that black people are triggered by white people. It's something I kind of accept at work, even though it is not always comfortable for me. I just kind of hope that people will come to get to know me, trust me, and appreciate me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-13 21:51:45
ID: 57717
White people are triggered by black people all.the.time. even if they don't admit or even realize it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-13 13:14:57
ID: 57710
In response to a confession. I am a white woman with blonde hair and I just got bullied out of a job by my black boss. I was there for years, no performance issues, and the boss just turned on me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-13 08:41:45
ID: 57709
In the news today, it was reported that Jada Pinkett Smith said white women with blonde hair “trigger” her. Omfg. Imagine if a white person said “ dark skinned people with dark hair trigger me.” Imagine the outrage. For the record, I’m neither black nor white.
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