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Racism Means NO CURRY

December 1st, 2011 | Posted by MatronEdea in Attitudes | Journal | Politics - (3 Comments)

I watched a Youtube video that shows some racist British lady spouting nonsense about immigrants going back to “Nigwagwoh” and to stop “commandeering” Britain, because Britain is “fuck all” now that there are “brown people” on her tram. It’s NSFW, if you’re at work. This lady obviously failed her vocabulary classes unless she took them …
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The American Dream is Only a Dream

September 30th, 2011 | Posted by MatronEdea in Attitudes | Politics - (5 Comments)

I keep hearing rich people ask why they are hated for their wealth. Like this: Ah, yes. This does make me rage. I am told quite frequently that I should be working a few full time jobs to pay for school. I should not have any student loans, I should be paying for all of …
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Reasons to Hate Gay People

September 26th, 2011 | Posted by MatronEdea in Attitudes | Politics | Religion - (6 Comments)

People have a lot of excuses to be homophobic. Obviously, it’s a fear (phobia, dur) but of what? Since I was really involved with my high school’s Gay-Straight Alliance, and I was born and raised in Portland, I have a lot of openly gay/trans/bi friends. I’ve never had a problem with it, because…  I’ve always figured …
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Religion Is and Is Not

September 8th, 2011 | Posted by MatronEdea in Attitudes | Politics | Religion - (2 Comments)

I originally posted this a year and a half ago on the IGN blogs, but I ended up deleting everything from there. I’ve edited it a bit, as well… My grandmother was planning on being a nun until she met my grandfather. When she met him, though, plans changed. She fell madly in love with …
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Where’s Your Pride?

May 3rd, 2011 | Posted by MatronEdea in Politics | Religion - (7 Comments)

My version of patriotism is one that FOX would shun. I don’t believe in following any government blindly, regardless of its leader. I don’t agree with most wars. I, of course, was sad about 9/11, but as bad as it might seem, I enjoyed the sense of unity and goodwill that everyone seemed to share …
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