We accept that people overeat due to an easily imagined instinct to always eat as much as possible, because overladen fruit trees didn't show up often. What changed wasn't us, but rather an abundance of sugars and fats.
I've been thinking about this, but applied to decency, rather than thinness. If we used to be pretty decent, if we used to be xeno-curious/friendly instead of xenophobic, what changed?
What normally good/friendly instinct, or set of instincts, got hijacked?
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https://twitter.com/crazyiIIusions/status/1288329024180236293 @wandrewni shared this with me earlier, once you see this it's very hard to unsee
First time filing taxes online in a decade (normally I use the office printer to print my w-2, but hahah covid, I got no office), and god damn it is somehow even worse than I remembered.
To anyone who's never filed on paper and just assumes it's harder, oh boy paper taxes are so easy. I'd love to help you through it, if you want taxes to be "kinda tedious" instead of "complete bullshit"
Fuck wizards. #FuckWizards
I've been tired lately of everybody offering their explanation on the difference between freedom of speech and freedom from consequences, but I felt myself doing a lot of nodding to this response to the recent open letter by Harper's. https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20200707/13451544860/harpers-gives-prestigious-platform-to-famous-writers-so-they-can-whine-about-being-silenced.shtml
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