sourdont
Sourdoh has gone away
sourdont
Oct 27
58

I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is. #thisis40 Read more

Oct 27
2

But they’re not. Debt is debt, be it bonds or private notes. The schools have gone into some type of debt to build / furnish capital expenditures and need student dollars to pay this debt. Whether it is “tuition” or room & board or fees is immaterial - they need revenue, especially in the face of decreased state Read more

briangriffinsprius
and 1 more
Oct 27
17

The most obvious sign of untenable tuition is the huge capital expenditures that colleges undertake (state of the art buildings, gym and exercise facilities, cafeterias, etc); however whenever I brought this up to people I know who work in academia, they tell me that they “need” these huge fancy buildings with lots of Read more

briangriffinsprius
and 1 more
Oct 27
2

Democrats’ base would also love court expansion, and no justice has ever been confirmed this close to an election, so I’m not sure I agree that “no one passes up that kind of opportunity,” and I’m not sure why Democrats should be eager to pass up this opportunity to counteract a 6-3 conservative supermajority.  Read more

Oct 26
21

McConnell is the ultimate example of the no values political operative. Just blunt force does whatever he wants and more times than not gets it. Read more

Oct 26
81

I don’t blame Democrats for not stopping this nomination, or for not doing a bunch of procedural shit or whatever to delay it....it was a foregone conclusion no matter what. But now, there is no coherent argument I can think of to not expand the court, except “Well, Democrats might not win the White House or the Read more

Oct 26
83

If voting white women voted like voting black women in 2016 this wouldn’t have been an issue.  I am just going to sit over here with the African American women that went over 90% for Clinton in 2016.  I expected better from white women (I’m never doing that again) because I definitely knew white men ain’t shit. 

Oct 24
2

I’m sorry you got a face full of hot sauce, but the idea of a hot sauce silhouette on the ceiling will never not be badass. You’re tough as nails. 

Oct 24
3

My friend worked in food. She’s been very open about the abuse she suffered. Like the Catholic Church, we need to burn it all down and start over. More home cooking, less fine dining fart-sniffing bullshit. You made a risotto, not a COVID vaccine.

Oct 24
2

I feel like there’s a really good sketch to be made about about a hapless cook who through other people’s mistakes keeps getting blasted in the face with hot sauce.

Oct 23
48

I think that’s how some people cope with being abused:I hate it, but someday, I’ll get to do it to someone else, and so it’ll even out.” For these people, justice starts and ends with their own personal ledger of times they were wronged and times when they got to wrong someone else.

Oct 23
43

God grant me the patience and grace of the man branded with the spoon, because I would be in jail right now for using the same spoon to scoop out Le’s eyes.