There are more possible games of chess than there are atoms in the universe. No one could possibly predict them all, even you. Which means that that first move can be terrifying. It’s the furthest point from the end of the game, there’s a virtually infinite sea of possibilities between you and the other side. But it also means that if you make a mistake, there’s nearly an infinite amount of ways to fix it.
after a three year detour to the community college from hell (which was only supposed to be two years but i got screwed over), i am happy to say i am officially DONE as of today 🍾🍾🍾 and last week i got accepted to the university i want to transfer to, so hopefully this is the beginning of a better chapter of my life
lmfao I wonder if anyone is getting tired of me explaining that thailand isn’t a developed country and lacks a lot of developed privileges. Which directly affects the standard of animal welfare in a great big way.
I read this article in Slate today about how in Charlottesville, VA Confederate monuments, park names, and street names were chosen in strategic locations to “fence in” Black neighborhoods and keep Black people away from white neighborhoods.
I’ve been trying to convince my mom of that for the last year+ as we’ve been house hunting, and while she’s come around to agree that we won’t live on any street named after something Confederate-ish, she hasn’t ever really agreed that the streets are purposefully named to keep Black people away from those neighborhoods.
It’s kind of nice to see it in print, spelled out like that, with concrete historical examples.
I mean, come on. There’s a reason it’s the streets around the COUNTRY CLUB that are all named after Confederate generals…….