What kind of white nonsense is this

What kind of white nonsense is this

How to end white privilege

At the behest of groups and individuals of color, White Nonsense Roundup was developed to address institutional racism. We aren’t the loudest or most relevant voices on this subject, and we shouldn’t be. But it’s critical to show that there are many of us who are interested, watching, and waiting for a response on this topic. The honor bestowed on Miss Teen USA exemplifies our culture’s racial inequity, which must be resolved quickly and thoroughly. Please take the time to read the attached Open Letter.
If you’re anything like us, you adore Ellen DeGeneres and her always generous spirit. That’s why, earlier this week, we were shocked to see a picture of her photoshopped to look like she’s riding Usain Bolt as a “joke.” Without the historical sense, this might be a funny dig at the world’s fastest man! We believe her when she claims that she did not plan to offend anyone by posting this image. The issue is that we have a lot of historical context to contend with.
Our good intentions must be balanced by appropriate actions. We hope you can think about this place and read the open letter we are sending to Ellen Degeneres and the Ellen Show for more information.

Michael jai white in studio! – collider live #91

When Andrew first signed on to 23andMe, he felt “a tinge of apprehension.” He’d spat into a tube and mailed it to a genetic testing firm a few weeks before, which analyzes customers’ DNA to determine where their ancestors come from. But when he looked at his color-coded ancestry map, he was relieved to see that he was 99.7% European. He posted a screenshot on the Reddit page /r/WhiteRights, where he is a moderator: He wrote, “Finally got around to testing my privilege.” He’d added an extra line at the bottom of the chart: “100 percent Goy.”
Andrew, a 31-year-old lawyer from Washington, D.C., explained, “There’s sort of a running joke that everybody works for the JIDF [Jewish Internet Defense Force] or is secretly nonwhite.” “I was playing off that when I posted my 23andMe results.” (Andrew posts on Reddit as slippery people, but he doesn’t want his real identity connected with these views, like many other white nationalists I’ve talked to.)

Johnnie walker white walker (cash grab or quality?) | no

W. Hogarth engraved “Satire on False Perspective,” a pamphlet on linear perspective written by J.J. Kirby, in 1754. The engraving was intended to demonstrate the absurdities that could arise from a lack of knowledge of the pamphlet’s contents. “Whoever makes a DESIGN without knowledge of PERSPECTIVE will be liable to such Absurdities as are shewn in this Frontispiece,” the subtitle read (Figure 1). Hogarth, on the other hand, managed to create the exact opposite result of what he expected. The resulting painting is extremely creative and much more fascinating than the thousands of other paintings produced by people who had “the Understanding of PERSPECTIVE” and used it. In other words, an unintentional synthesis of what he considered absolute insanity, ignorance, and nonsense inspired Hogarth’s imagination.
It is important to note that this article does not advocate using incompetence, ignorance, or nonsense to replace other existing and valued tools of (creative) thought and design. It simply means that these human characteristics, when used correctly and consciously, will contribute to the uniqueness of the final product. They cannot, like a seasoning, substitute for a real meal, and too many of them will ruin it (or the eater’s health).

Ivy hall/the good kind – jen white, operations manager

Lewis Carroll’s nonsense poem “Jabberwocky” is about the killing of a being known as “the Jabberwock.” It was included in Lewis Carroll’s 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass, as well as the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, What Alice Found There (1865). Alice’s adventures in Looking-Glass Land, a back-to-front world, are told in this novel.
Alice discovers a book written in an almost unintelligible language in an early scene in which she first meets the chess piece characters White King and White Queen. She recognizes the verses on the pages are written in mirror-writing as she realizes she is traveling in an inverted universe. She reads the mirrored verse of “Jabberwocky” while holding a mirror to one of the poems. She is as perplexed by the nonsense verse as she is by the strange land she has entered, which is later revealed to be a dreamscape. 1st
The poem “Jabberwocky” is regarded as one of the best nonsense poems ever published in English.
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[three] English has nonsense terms and neologisms like “galumphing” and “chortle” due to its playful, whimsical language.

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