TheRoot doesn’t endorse any candidate
I’m pretty sure that’s how it will play out. But if your most powerful constituency feels like they’ve been told to shut up and sit in a corner until the primaries, it’s not a good look
This is anecdotally, empirically and historically untrue
LOl, I wrote an opinion piece and you’re projecting hurt feelings on it because you can’t deal with the fact that I’m good. There is literally ONE reference to anyone critiquing me. Dassit. It really hasn’t been a problem. The piece is an exploration of different points of view, and where mine stands.
But you already gave me the click by posting so thanks for that Own Goal there....
Uh no. Please read and use context. Montgomery Bus Boycott is a specific time, place and ask.
You’re projecting. The whole point is I know some people protesting and some aren’t, I’m not taking any ‘heat’ from anybody other than one colleague. And I get why they said what they said, I just disagree. Maybe you need to put people into good guy v.s. aggrieved teams, but I’m good
Uhm, no one is complaining, and that is certainly not the tone of the piece. No victims here buddy.
I suspect that many people don’t have a ladder high enough to join you on your high horse. Further, I doubt most Americans would say agree that when it comes to television “....any singular program, or all of them can be EASILY avoided.”
I kinda addressed this, but if you want to scratch your fingers building that strawman argument feel free.
This is what’s cute about your opinion and how it proves my point:
Yeah no.... This is the kind of moralizing that I am specifically critiquing. Your protests, whatever they happen to be aren’t any weightier or more substantive than the next person. “Whataboutism” is an excuse to do nothing, it’s political nihilism - a distinct difference from “This ain’t my ministry but it may be…
Harris isn’t single. She got married in 2014 to Douglass Emhoff
Thank you for voicing some common sense. Either through talent or coaching or whatever, the Hawks don’t pass block well, so a run first defense, that nobody is really prepared to defend anymore, is the best option.
She-Ra was great, and honestly it’s the first queer cartoon I’d ever seen (Since I have no interest in Steven Universe). I don’t CARE if He-Man ever appears and it’s obvious the show creators don’t care about He-Man (they don’t need to) and from the plots and characterizations aren’t that interested in writing about…
The only way it’s better is the final act where the underwater scene is truly beautiful to watch. When they go on land though - it peters out.
You’re pretty on point. Some directors can’t understand the very distinct difference between an HOMAGE and literally copying tropes from other genre movies.
I think that’s what I’m going to title my next review
That was a really amazing run, and as someone else mentioned, Peter David did for Aquaman what Christopher Priest did for Black Panther. Took a B or C list ‘mainstream’ hero and gave them a real backstory to place them into the pantheon of top tier heroes. I think Priest did a bit more with the side characters he…