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Road rage. My merging on to the highway was not a personal attack on your masculinity, sir. Having you race around me to pull in front of me and slam on the brakes sure was super fun tho
hmm, what kind of fabric? black? red? printed with 1920s white people? different shades to represent when the covenant was added (similar to the animation on the web site https://www.mappingprejudice.org/)? I love thinking about stuff like this
I think I just found another textile project ... these, but for Hennepin County racial covenants. (The idea was originally proposed by Mapping Prejudice on Facebook.) http://www.kathrynclark.com/foreclosure-quilts.html
Big long article on how US law subsidizes driving : https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3345366
@solarpunkagorism the first rule of economics is that there's not enough for everyone because it's mine and you can't touch it
Here is a very cute video of a guinea pig yawning for you to watch https://www.instagram.com/p/BumvSjDDLZv/?&igshid=2g57nw3ixejw
you look like a thing and I love you
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