The protesters in Hong Kong are covering their faces to avoid facial ID and protect against gas. Thus, masks have become a symbol of the protest movement.
The thing is, people don’t factor any of this in, because they’re so mad about the situation, that they can’t see any of the nuanced (and I feel quite severe) impact this has across the many innocent bystanders, who are taking part in this event. that have every right to enjoy it as it was intended to be. Read more
They’ve wrapped themselves in a collective that not only doesn’t discourage, but actively encourages this behavior. “Boys will be boys”, “suck it to the libs”, etc.
Well yeah, but as would any of the tournament organizers. I figured he was talking to the commentators because he won, like any other person.
I will never forget the day I walked in on one hearing and got to witness a judge toying with a female convict. She was near tears, saying how she wanted to see her children again. The judge just casually interrupted with the line “Well I could make it so that you’ll never see them again.” Read more
I was fully prepared to accept “old coot Luke”, until they gave the explanation as to why and it was as weak as gas station coffee.
I make no accusations, just an admission to the reality that such a cover-up is entirely plausible, because we’ve seen it time, and time, and time again.
As you can tell, I have never gambled before.
And by making us afraid to stand up for what is right, they win.
It’s not just her: the chief witness just got gunned down outside that very apartment.