toot if you hate nazis and don't think they should be given a public platform
retoot if ur a commie/anti-imperialist/leftist or if ur queer i need people to follow
You know what I just realized? The whole "talking about mastodon on mastodon" thing had kind of stopped! I was afraid we would stop using it when we got tired of talking about the thing on the thing but I guess maybe we just talk about the thing on the thing when there's a lot of new people
My feelings about the Jackie Lynn record are reaching obsession levels
I have to just say to all of you -- that massive number of people following :) that I feel somewhat like I did when I first jumped on Twitter back in its early days. A courtesy and excitement that something good will come from this.
I have to say the fact this is not a space under the thumb of some single corporation with algorithms and investors keen on monetizing gives me great hope in the InterWeb. And as someone who started the 13th news organization Web site back in 1995, how sweet it is.
So there is some possibility that Taiwan will be completely eliminating the gender binary from their civil code.
Okay, so this is my moral argument against the philanthropy of the super-rich: https://www.americamagazine.org/politics-society/2017/06/12/case-against-bill-gates-mark-zuckerberg-and-philanthropy-we-know-it New at America mag.
nobody can stop me from drinking unreasonable amounts of tea
Enraptured by this Beachglass EP. This is seriously their first record??
Carl Didur soundtracking my morning! Lovely soft, simple synth improvisations, a performance captured by @MechanicalForestSound
holy shit vicente fox is on 🔥
Newly-minted word, ponder what it might mean to you:
forebears – those that came before. ancestors.
derived from the phrase "according to teachings of my four bears", a reference to the time when human society lived in mutual symbiotic relationship with bears, who would protect and nurture human children and in exchange be provided with food and warmth.
Human families would typically be in a close relationship to a bear family of 2-4; typically a father and mother bear and a few cubs, who eventually would leave to form their own families.