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Daniel Radcliffe in Essential Homme Magazine

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Finally gave in and bought myself some Maryland Dairy ice cream. So delicious! #gradventure #umd #feartheturtle  (at Maryland Dairy)

Finally gave in and bought myself some Maryland Dairy ice cream. So delicious! #gradventure #umd #feartheturtle (at Maryland Dairy)

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when someone said critical race theory was just more pc bullshit

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fuubutsushi 風物詩

word-stuck:

fuubutsushi 風物詩

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#Friendzonedagain

humoristics:

#Friendzonedagain

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Never forget September 11, 1973.

35,000+ Human rights violations. 
2,279 executions. 
1,248 people still classified as “disappeared.”

All from a US backed coup d’état of Chile against President Allende’s socialist government.

Almost 30 years to the day, another previously US backed organization flew 2 planes into the World Trade Center, 1 plane into the Pentagon, another plane, meant for the White House, crashed in Pennsylvania after passengers wrested control of the plane from the aggressors. It was the first “outside” attack on the US mainland since the War of 1812.

2,977 people died in those attacks.

On a day like today, critically engage with the past; a history of violence and imperial/colonialist practices that have, on rare occasions, begat violent reactions aimed back at the United States.

There are no heroes from September 11, 2001 or the proceeding 13 years of military aggression. Only victims of the greed and hubris of a country so enamored with itself that it can’t even begin to grasp the reasons for so callous an act as flying airplanes into the symbols of oppression for many people the world over. I do not condone the actions of the aggressors on September 11, but I also do not condone a complete disregard of events leading up to and surrounding that terrible day.

You will obviously “never forget” the loved ones lost on September 11, 2001, but do not be blinded by American exceptionalism.

Stop parroting the same line year after year.

Start critically engaging with your world.