Trying to Figure Out How Much I’ve Spent on Booze in My Life Is the Stupidest Thing I’ve Ever Done

Oh god oh god oh god oh god oh god

by Nick Leftley

My name is Nick, and I am not an alcoholic.

But I do like alcohol quite a bit. And I’ve always been aware, on some level, that I’ve probably spent a fair bit of my disposable income on it over the years. Pretty much all of it, in fact. Still, the anxiety that came with adding it all up — and the sick horror at the final tally — wasn’t something I was prepared for. Consider this a warning: If at least three of your top five hobbies involve drinking alcohol, you may not like what you’re about to find out.

Some disclaimers before we begin. First: I’m bad at math and my memory — as we will soon discover — has been pickled by years of drinking. I haven’t taken into account inflation over the 20-year span of my investigation, nor have I accounted for the differences in the U.K.-U.S. exchange rate over time. (I’m a Brit who’s lived in the U.S. since 2009.) I’m prone to both wild overestimation and underestimation. This entire piece may be bullshit. But with that out of the way, here’s my very rough estimate of the obscene amount of money I have sunk into murdering my liver.

Late Teens

The pubs in England rarely card you, so let’s assume I was out drinking once or twice a week by the age of 16. The two weekend jobs I had probably let me spend about 20 quid ($25) a week, but over the course of two years, that’s already… £2,080? Really? That’s $2,685! Before I turned 18! Throw in another $250 or so on all the plastic bottles of vodka that were taken to house parties, and we’re up to roughly $3,000. Ugh.
Total: $3,000
Shame Level: Surprisingly high this early in the game.

College

Student bars are dirt-cheap, but if you’re out every other night and spending 10 pounds each time, that’s $50-ish a week — which is pretty much what I did in my first year, so that’s $2,685 just for those 12 months. This went down drastically in my remaining time there, though (largely thanks to a recurring, non-booze-related illness), so let’s say the same amount in total for those years.
Total: $5,370
Shame Level: Holding steady.

Early 20s

The combination of illness and shit-paying temp jobs and bar work means my first two years after graduation weren’t flush with cash. Call it an overall average of one night out a week at about $30 a pop.
Total: $3,355
Shame Level: Manageable.

London

I moved to London at 24 after landing a steady writing gig. And so, I went out. A lot. In fact, the odd bottle of wine aside, I can barely remember ever buying booze to drink at home until many years later. Now, granted, on many of those nights out, someone else was picking up the tab (thank you, every PR firm in England), but London is still an expensive city to drink in. Here’s my estimate for the following five years:

  • Couple of $4 or $5 beers with lunch two or three times a week: $6,038.
  • Out somewhere I had to buy my own drinks, at least twice a week, probably around 50 bucks a pop: $26,834.
  • $12 bottle of wine or a few beers with dinner a couple nights a week, call it $25 a week: $6,709.

Total: $39,586
Shame Level: This can’t be accurate. It can’t be. It’s more than twice my pre-tax salary for the first year I was there, which makes it basically impossible. Doesn’t it? Oh God, I feel sick.

New York

I left London for New York at 29 and spent the first year floundering financially: A generous overestimate for that year would be $50 a week on booze, so $2,600 overall, maybe. Consistent work followed, though, as did pissing money down the drain once more (although, thankfully, lunchtime drinking was almost nonexistent there). The breakdown for the next five years:

  • Out somewhere I had to buy my own drinks, at least twice a week, probably around $70 on average (sometimes $30, sometimes $100+): $36,400.
  • Wine or beer with dinner a couple nights a week, call it $30 a week: $7,800.

Total: $44,200
Shame Level: Somewhere between throwing up in the middle of making out and pissing myself on public transport. I am praying, praying, that this is off by at least 50 percent.

Fatherhood

In 2015, I relocated to New Jersey to have a baby and never went out again. A year later, I relocated yet again — this time to Los Angeles, just to make a trifecta of three of the world’s most expensive cities — to have a second baby and to somehow go out even less. If you combined all the times I’ve gone out for drinks — or had drinks with dinner — since my first child was born, I doubt it’s more than $1,300. We do still buy booze to drink at home, though, so between all the wine, beer and spirits loaded into that Costco cart, that’s about $150 a month, or $3,600 altogether.
Total: $4,900
Shame Level: Honestly, still in shock from London and New York totals. I am a monster.

And that brings us up to the present day. Which means it’s time to add all this up…

GRAND TOTAL: $103,011.

$103,011. Enough to put one of my daughters through a good chunk of college. Enough to purchase a four-bedroom house in Texas outright. Enough to buy five-and-a-half locks of David Bowie’s hair.

Guh.

Guhh.

GUUUHHHHHHHH.

Okay, calm down. Calm down. Let the dry heaves pass. I’m 37 now: We’re talking about $100,000 over the course of, pretty much, 20 years. Which breaks down to an average of five grand a year. Which further breaks down to $416 a month, or about $100 a week. Which… sounds pretty normal, right? This random article I found on the internet says it’s almost sort of normal, so it must be true!

What freaks me out is that all of this is just alcohol. It’s not post-drink munchies; it’s not cabs and cigarettes; it’s not, well, y’know, other stuff. So even assuming that I’ve overestimated by 50 percent, which is entirely possible — did I mention I’m bad at math? — throw all that in and you’re still looking at six figures. Add in what my wife has spent on going out in her life, and between us, you get a figure that only wouldn’t keep me up at night because my children already have that covered.

There are two possible takeaways here. One: Use this knowledge as a long-overdue wake-up call and start accounting for alcohol when budgeting to save yourself from financial ruin. Two: Assume I’ve got the numbers completely wrong and laugh about what an idiot I am as you’re buying the next round.

For the record, I’ll be doing the latter.

https://melmagazine.com/trying-to-figure-out-how-much-ive-spent-on-booze-in-my-life-is-the-stupidest-thing-i-ve-ever-done-3130bb82955d

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WHAT THE FUCK ?

A Replacement Of Population Is Taking Place In Europe

by Tyler Durden

Authored by Giulio Meotti via The Gatestone Institute,

  • People-smugglers bring the migrants to the NGOs’ ships, which then reach Italian seaports. Another legal enquiry has been opened about the mafia’s economic interests in managing the migrants after their arrival.
  • One cannot compare the migrants to the Jews fleeing Nazism. Pope Francis, for example, recently compared the migrants’ centers to Nazi “concentration camps”. Where are the gas chambers, medical “experiments,” crematoria, slave labor, forced marches and firing squads? These comparisons are spread by the media for a precise reason: shutting down the debate.
  • By 2065, it is expected that 14.4 million migrants will arrive. Added to the more than five million immigrants currently in Italy, 37% of the population is expected to be foreigners: more than one out of every three inhabitants.

First, it was the Hungarian route. Then it was the Balkan route. Now Italy is the epicenter of this demographic earthquake, and it has become Europe’s soft underbelly as hundreds of thousands of migrants arrive.

With nearly 10,000 arrivals in one recent three-day period, the number of migrants in 2017 exceeded 60,000 — 48% more than the same period last year, when they were 40,000. Over Easter weekend a record 8,000 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean and brought to Italy. And that is just the tip of the iceberg: during the summer, the number of arrivals from Libya will only increase.


A wooden boat carrying migrants waits to be escorted to the Topaz Responder vessel, as members of the Migrant Offshore Aid Station make a rescue at sea on November 21, 2016 in Pozzollo, Italy. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

A replacement of population is under way in Italy. But if you open the mainstream newspapers, you barely find these figures. No television station has dedicated any time to what is happening. No criticism is allowed. The invasion is considered a done deal.

In 2016, 176,554 migrants landed in Italy — an eight-fold increase since 2014. In 2015, there were 103,792. In 2014, there were 66,066. In 2013, there were just 22,118. In the last four years, 427,000 migrants reached Italy. In only the first five months of this year, 2017, Italy received 10% of the total number of migrants of the last four years.

There are days when the Italian navy and coast guard rescue 1,700 migrants in 24 hours. The country is exhausted. There are Italian villages where one-tenth of the population is already made up of new migrants. We are talking about small towns of 220 residents and 40 migrants.

One of the major aspects of this demographic revolution is that it is taking place in a country which is dramatically aging. According with a new report from the Italian Office of Statistics, Italy’s population will fall to 53.7 million in half a century — a loss of seven million people. Italy, which has one of the world’s lowest fertility rates, will lose between 600,000 to 800,000 citizens every year. Immigrants will number more than 14 million, about one-fourth of the total population. But in the most pessimistic scenario, the Italian population could drop to 46 million, a loss of 14 million people.

In 2050, a third of Italy’s population will be made up of foreigners, according to a UN report,Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Decline and Aging Populations“, which designs a cultural melting-pot that could explode in cultural and social tensions. The level of arrivals will fall from 300,000 to 270,000 individuals per year by 2065; during the same period, it is expected that 14.4 million people will arrive. Added to the more than five million immigrants currently in Italy, 37% of the population is expected to be foreigners: more than one out of every three inhabitants.

In addition, the humanitarian-aid system has been hit by new scandals. “The investigative hypothesis to be verified is that subjects linked to ISIS act as logistical support to migration flows”, was a warning just delivered in front of the Schengen Committee, to the Italian anti-mafia and counterterrorism prosecutor, Franco Roberti. There are now judges investigating the connection between the migrants’ smugglers in North Africa and the Italian NGOs rescuing them in the Mediterranean. People-smugglers bring the migrants to the NGOs’ ships, which then reach Italian seaports. Another legal enquiry has been opened about the mafia’s economic interests in managing the migrants after their arrival.

Only 2.65 percent of those migrants who arrived in Italy were granted asylum as genuine refugees, according to the United Nations. The other people are apparently not fleeing wars and genocide. Yet, despite all this evidence, one cannot compare the migrants to the Jews fleeing Nazism. Pope Francis, for example, recently compared the migrants’ centers to Nazi “concentration camps“. One wonders where are the gas chambers, medical “experiments,” crematoria, slave labor, forced marches and firing squads. Italian newspapers are now running articles about the “Mediterranean Holocaust“, comparing the migrants dead by trying to reach the southern of Italy to the Jews gassed in Auschwitz. Another journalist, Gad Lerner, to support the migrants, described their condition with the same word coined by the Nazis against the Jews: untermensch, inferior human beings. These comparisons are spread by the media for a precise reason: shutting down the debate…

more…

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-14/replacement-population-taking-place-europe

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Were ETs involved in 911 ?

Was the attack on the US inspired by ETs?

Were the Twin Trade Towers turned to dust by super high-tech Alien ET technology?

by  Preston James

There have been reports from low to mid level insiders that ETs may have been involved in the attack on America on 9-11-01.

But no concrete smoking gun admissions with teeth or any serious credible evidence has been presented to back this up.

Such an hypothesis of ET involvement is impossible to prove at this point but there are some indications pointing in that direction at least concerning the use of advanced super high-tech weaponry needed to turn the twin towers to fine dust.

The apparent use of the realistic 3D Holographs with loud actual sounds for the two aircraft images which appeared to fly into then hitting the towers one at a time however, is a technology that we know does exist right now and can be activated from three transmission points.

One thing we do know for certain now is that pre-planted nukes were used in the Twin Trade Towers.

A great deal of accurate information has already been supplied in numerous VT articles by Gordon Duff and Jeff Smith, both who have extensive knowledge of fission and fusion fingerprints and nuclear flash pixilation effects on video cameras.

We can now say without question that nukes were deployed in the Twin Towers based on the nuclear fingerprints available from samples taken afterwards and the effects on the foundation which was turned instantly to red hot lava taking many days to cool.

But there is also extensive other non-disclosed Intel which includes the classified Able Danger investigation and the frozen grand jury in Texas concerning all this (which if ever was made public would bring down much of the DC Cabal).

We know that at a minimum there was at least three sets of pre-planted bombs used in each building. The first one detonated was in the basement and was deployed to blow out the sprinkler systems and perhaps even to weaken the structure.

This first basement device could have been a small nuke or could have been conventional high explosives.

But there had to be a second bomb in each building detonated to create the fake aircraft impact sites. This was likely a number of conventional high explosives.

We know for a fact that the passenger jets which were claimed to have hit the buildings did not because they were still flying and in service afterwards according to now released FAA documents.

Are New Yorkers keeping quiet about what they have known for 16 years?

These so-called aircraft that hit the buildings were creations of super sophisticated 3D Holograph technology.

Professor Jim Fetzer has made a strong case for this for several years.

And we know that there had to have been a very powerful third bomb set pre-planted that was some kind of nuke because of the way that the Twin Trade Towers were instantly turned to dust.

This instant conversion to dust started at the top and moved progressively downward at the normal speed of a free-falling object for each of the Twin Trade Towers. Therefore, it has always been my contention that small multiple nukes were also used in the elevator shafts about every ten stories, detonating the higher ones first and then proceeding downward at the approximate rate of a free-falling rock.

The elevator company (now out of business) which ran long term elevator maintenance projects in each building could have easily provided a cover story and the opportunity for a special ops contractor to plant micro nukes inside the elevator shafts, one about every ten stories or so.

Dr. Ed Ward proposed that Lithium 7 based nukes could have been used in the Twin Trade Towers. His work is worth looking at. I have always thought that it was the deployment of the new super high-tech miniature positron anti-matter devices. If so these are likely Alien ET supplied technology.

Tribute to 9-11 responders

 

 

Were very small positron anti-matter nukes deployed as matchbox-sized devices in the elevator shafts?

The available public science right now says that positron “anti-matter” nukes have not yet been developed, but I believe they have and their development and deployment is protected by many layers of secrecy.

Positron nukes can be made to produce a flash of anti-matter which will implode with tremendous energy and give off a wave of instant molecular re-arrangement of up to a few hundred feet in all directions. It would allow great explosive power with a very small footprint.

It could also have turned the Twin Trade Towers to a fine dust. Some small low temperature fires caused by jet fuel could never have done this, nor could the pre-planting of even many tons of thermite or thermate either. It had to be some type of high tech nuclear device in each of the Twin Trade Towers to dustify them.

If nukes were pre-planted every ten stories or so in each of the Twin Towers they would have to have been quite small, perhaps shoe box sized or even less, maybe matchbox sized. They would have to have been remotely detonatable in sequence from the top down.

Some have claimed advanced spaced-based Tesla-type frequency weaponry was used to turn the towers to dust and that would explain the top down dustification process. This is possible but to me improbable.

We know that black X-ray Laser weapons have already been developed and tested that can shoot down aircraft. Some claim these were gained from the existing treaties and with Alien ETs and their associated technology for human exchange programs. In my view it seems doubtful that enough energy could be manifest from such weaponry in such a short time and so well focused from a high orbital location.

VT’s Fort Lee, NJ blockbuster story from the Able Danger NY team is still blacked out in US media

Normally in any major operation like 9-11-01, numerous new technologies are deployed as experiments to see how they work in real life situations, but every main function has at least one back up to protect against failure of the mission.

So my view is that it is possible that numerous super high-tech weapon systems were deployed on 9-11-01 including: convention explosives or conventional mini-nukes in the basements of the Twin Trade Towers; conventional explosives at the 3D Holograph aircraft image hit sites; and then very small, incredibly powerful, state-of-the-art micro-nukes (likely Positron anti-matter matchbox sized bombs) every ten floors in the elevator shafts.

If the now-frozen grand Jury in Texas is ever unfrozen and does its job making indictments of the high USG and foreign officials involved in 9-11-01, we will finally find out what was the now highly classified information the Able Danger team knew before 9-11-01, and what the AEC investigators learned after that terrible day when America was attacked.

In the meantime, we have the exclusive and very revealing VT Fort Lee articles by Gordon Duff on the satellite and ground Intel of the safe houses where the nukes were stored, where they were stolen from and by whom.

Was the 9-11-01 attack on America directed by an evil Alien ET group?

And has this evil Alien ET group interfaced with humanity for hundreds of years and hijacked whole governments to serve their secret agenda in an age old battle between good and evil, light and darkness?

We know that the there are good insider and Intel reports that the governments of the USA, Russian and China have consorted with Alien ET groups, made treaties and have gained high technology in exchange for use of human subjects and human genetic material…

more…

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/06/11/were-ets-involved-in-911/

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VETERAN GREEN BERET AND SPECIAL OPS SOLDIERS ADMIT U.S. TRAINS OUR ENEMIES IN SYRIA

by Isaac Davis, Staff Writer Waking Times 

The fog of war is increasingly dense and at the center of the global war of terror, Syria, the confusion over who’s who and who’s on whose side is intentionally obfuscated by the corporate media who distracts the public with nonsense while the conflict in the Middle East escalates.

On the ground, however, the truth is no longer something that can be ignored by even the finest of American soldiers who are in the awkward position of having to train foreign fighters who are obviously coordinating with our supposed enemies, ISIS and other factions of jihadists.

Eight year Army Special Operations veteran turned journalist Jack Murphy recently penned an article titled, US Special Forces sabotage White House policy gone disastrously wrong with covert ops in Syria. The thrust of this piece is that it is impossible for American forces to tell who they are training and against whom the tactics and skills they are teaching will be applied.

Murphy, quoting an unidentified Green Beret soldier:

“Nobody believes in it. You’re like, ‘Fuck this,’” a former Green Beret says of America’s covert and clandestine programs to train and arm Syrian militias. “Everyone on the ground knows they are jihadis. No one on the ground believes in this mission or this effort, and they know they are just training the next generation of jihadis, so they are sabotaging it by saying, ‘Fuck it, who cares?’”

 

“I don’t want to be responsible for Nusra guys saying they were trained by Americans,” the Green Beret added. A second Special Forces soldier commented that one Syrian militia they had trained recently crossed the border from Jordan on what had been pitched as a large-scale shaping operation that would change the course of the war. Watching the battle on a monitor while a drone flew overhead, “We literally watched them, with 30 guys in their force, run away from three or four ISIS guys.” [Source]

He goes on to explain how Syrian fighters under the guidance of U.S. forces are also working for ISIS and other combatant groups, and how this detail is being willfully overlooked or covered-up.

While the press has reported extensively on the over 100 armed groups within Syria vying for control, and the occasional report comes out about U.S. special operations troops in Syria and wasteful spending on covert action programs, the wider story about the U.S. Special Forces arming Syrian anti-ISIS forces while the CIA conducts a parallel program to arm anti-Assad regime forces has yet to be told—until now. It is a story of fraud, waste, and abuse, as well as bureaucratic infighting and a disgusting excess, which has only contributed to perpetuating the Syrian conflict.” [Source]

These statements sum up the frustration that our military personnel are experiencing in Syria, while also justifying the frustrations that an increasingly informed and concerned public have with a government who is clearly playing all sides of this conflict against the genuine interests of the American people.

Final Thoughts

As the U.S. engages the Syrian armed forces pushing us ever closer to a wider conflict with Russia, the truth about who’s who on the battlefields is being ignored and covered up by the mainstream media. In reality, the U.S. is colluding with our supposed enemies in the war-torn country, while at home terror attacks are becoming normalized. Total insanity that will lead to a major global war if unchecked.

About the Author
Isaac Davis is a staff writer for WakingTimes.com and OffgridOutpost.com Survival Tips blog. He is an outspoken advocate of liberty and of a voluntary society. He is an avid reader of history and passionate about becoming self-sufficient to break free of the control matrix. Follow him on Facebook, here.
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http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/06/09/veteran-green-beret-special-ops-soldiers-acknowledge-u-s-trains-enemies-syria/

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I’ve Been Diagnosed with ‘Text Neck’

A rising ‘epidemic’ that could wreck your spin

by Andrew Fiouzi is MEL’s editorial assistant. He last wrote about how body size affects how much booze you can handle.

Text neck’ is the term used by spine surgeons to describe the neck pain and damage sustained from looking down at your cell phone, tablet or other wireless devices too frequently or for too long. It can, no shit, lead to early wear-and-tear on the spine, degeneration of the nerves and even spine surgery. And since teenagers might be the worst — conceivably spending 6,400 hours in this positionevery year, compared to 1,400 hours for the typical adult — we spoke to a recent high school graduate who’s doctor diagnosed her with text neck last year.

It began as a stabbing pain in my neck. Every time I lifted or extended my left arm it felt as though someone was using a pickaxe to sever the tendons that connected my left shoulder to my neck. When I told my parents about it, they didn’t take it too seriously and assured me it would get better. After all, in middle school, I had a similar, less severe stabbing pain in my neck that went away after a day or two. This time, however, it lasted a month. And it came back again after just a few weeks.

I told my dad about how much pain I was in, but he still didn’t take it seriously until he saw me reach for a door handle and witnessed my arm retract before it even made it to the door knob. The pain was so severe that when I extended my arm, it would reflexively jolt back.

He now agreed: It was time to go see a doctor.

And so, I went to see a neurologist my dad had gone to for some nerve issues he’d experienced in the past. He took four X-rays of my upper body. A week later when the doctor showed them to me, he told me that my neck was backwards. “Ummm, what?” I asked. He explained that when you look at a side view of a person’s posture, you should be able to see their head, but the concave in my spine was bad enough that my head was shooting so far forward that it wasn’t in the X-ray. Next, he explained that I basically have the spine of someone in their late 60s.

At that point, I was freaked out. I knew something was wrong, but like my parents, I thought the problem was temporary. Not something that “only appears in people in their late 60s.” It didn’t help that the doctor’s voice seemed panicked, too. It’s possible he was trying to scare me, but he said if I didn’t do something soon, I’d need a few different neck surgeries — one of which would include fusing metal rods in my spine.

My dad spent the whole night researching how it was possible that his 19-year-old daughter had the spine of her grandmother. The answer, according to Google and confirmed by my doctor: Text neck. It was far from inconceivable. In middle school, during my so-called peak texting and phone usage days, I’d say I was on my phone or tablet for as much as 10 hours a day. Even now, I spend about five hours a day on either my phone or laptop. Though I never brought it up to my friends, I can’t imagine that they don’t have some of the same text-neck symptoms since they were the ones responding to all my texts (which probably number in the tens of thousands).

The doctor prescribed eight sessions of physical therapy to help strengthen the muscles in my back and to help straighten my posture. One of the exercises involved laying flat on my back and raising weights with my arms. He also said that I should try to minimize my phone usage and that I should hold any wireless device at eye level as often as possible. The last thing he said was to be mindful of how I sat.

It was only then I realized how much of a natural sloucher I was — at times leaning so far forward in my seat that my butt was barely in the chair — as well as how much I relied on my hand to support my head and neck. The problem was that now that I was forced to pay so much attention to my posture, it made focusing in class that much harder.

Nowadays I make a concerted effort to stay off my phone as much as possible. I also exercise three to four times a week so that when school starts again I’m not dying of pain. And currently, surgery seems unlikely. Still, I do worry about my neck’s future. In that way, it’s sort of like global warming: I can’t ever completely stop things from getting worse, but I’m at least making a concerted effort to slow down the decay.

https://melmagazine.com/ive-been-diagnosed-with-text-neck-120dbbb9bd9e

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Magazine Headline: ‘You Don’t Have To Be Racist To Be Racist’

There may be no limit to the all the ways Social Justice Warriors think human beings suck. I’ve long hoped we would eventually reach Peak SJW, a point beyond parody when even SJWs can’t take themselves seriously anymore, but now I’m not sure such a thing is possible.

For example, here’s an article from Affinity Magazine titled “You Don’t Have To Be Racist To Be Racist.”

Yeah, let’s let that stew just a bit:

Whether you experience it or not, the issue of racism is still very prevalent in a diversified country like America. And whether you believe it or not, there are many actions that are considered to be racist even though being racist was not the intent. It is called “Color-blind Racism”, a type of racial discrimination where people of color are unintentionally disregarded when someone is selecting individuals to participate in an activity or service. Not only is this very prevalent in our current society, but it is very harmful as color-blind racism often stems from cultural racism and predisposed stereotypes.

American Sociologist and Professor of Sociology at Duke University, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, has discussed his views on systemic racism in America even despite the lack of people doing or saying things that are not overly racist. Bonilla-Silva has discussed the four different central frames of racial colorblindness in his book Racism Without Racist that was published in 2013, stating that abstract liberalism, naturalism, cultural racism, and minimization of racism are at the core of color-blind racism.

What little support for this nonsense that exists in the article are some research studies into bias and prejudice, in no way supporting writer Evin Zendejas’ thesis in this piece. Much less the headline.

You see, being a racist is rather binary. You either are, or you’re not.

Of course, this article is the Left attempting to keep racism alive so as to prove their own worth to society, and to propagate more “social justice” policies. Racism turned into “micro-aggressions” and “structural racism” when the Left couldn’t find enough examples anymore.

Now, we’ve got the lunacy of “color-blind racism.”

While the whole thing elicits laughter from rational folks, the Left is, of course, seriously trying to figure out how to combat this nonsense right now.

https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/05/23/magazine-headline-you-dont-have-to-be-racist-to-be-racist/

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