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The Timely Tale of Tales Told in Code

I wrote a post and published it. The text is below. What happened with that post was quite ironic. First, here is the post. It had no link and this image. "I'm going to have to come up with some solution to get around Facebook's censorship. You know, that's what people always do when other's try to oppress - they find a way around it. Perhaps I'll need to write some posts in the original pl...
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Facebook Does Not Understand the Conservative Grift

Mark Zuckerberg
"Conservative Grift". What do you all think that means? I'm not a conservative so I take no offense, but I do get the impression that the author of this article isn't the only one who doesn't understand conservatives. The author laments, "Breitbart and Newsmax shouldn’t feature in any “news” section: They’re not trustworthy or legitimate news sources. They are full of shite. A conservative or e...
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Sensitivity Readers Hired by Publishers to Sanitize Literature

Get your mind right
Some publishers are hiring people to read manuscripts in order to spot potentially offensive passages. As an avid reader I can hardly express how distressing this is. First off, offense is subjective. I'm offended that they are doing this. But of course my kind offense isn't the kind they are at all concerned about. They don't care that telling an author they can't say something is troubling and o...
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