10 thoughts on “Halloween Intersectionality”

    1. She appeared to be quite solid, though pleasantly soft and warm (judging from the departing hug, which, I hasten to add, she initiated).

      Definitely neither a ghost or a witch. Though admittedly, I didn’t try the floaty test.

  1. Should I finish the meal I just made of imported Thai Jasmine Rice that was cooked in an imported Japanese “fuzzy logic” rice cooker? Or should I get “woke” and go kill ‘a sheep’ and eat it raw (probably fire was also appropriated from some other culture!)?
    These people are daft…

    1. I was reading an article where it was being argued that avocados are not vegan because bees are forced to pollinate them. Daft doesn’t begin to cover it.

    2. Nothing brings people of different races, ethnicites together like segregation.

      Remember when multicultural meant the mixing of cultures while retaining some distinct flavors? Now it means dont you dare get salad dressing on the tomatoes.

  2. How Washington Post contributor and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi “disappeared” and its diplomatic aftermath is perhaps the biggest Trump Administration “Charlie Foxtrot” on another of levels, especially in light of the pivot from making nice with Iran to relying on Saudi as an ally. In trying to prevent his entire Middle Eastern strategy from blowing up, one based on cooperation with Saudi prince and Putin-like strong man Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), the president offered the sound bite, “This was the work of rogue elements.”

    “Rogue elements” will probably go down in the annals of political satire with the movie line, “Round up the usual suspects.” Yeah, rogue elements, like the entire “palace guard” of the Saudi prince.

    In the spirit of political satire, my concept of a Halloween dress-up character was to be a Rogue Element. Get it, a Rogue Element is singular of rogue elements. A Rogue Element is a fitting Halloween character, a maliciously dangerous creature or being, but one that is entirely the figment of at least one man’s imagination.

    A family member asked, “How do you dress up as a Rogue Element.” Heck, that part is easy, just use your imagination and knowledge of Middle Eastern stereotypes, bro. On the other hand, that costume would have serious Intersectionality “issues.”

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