I Didn't Say That #24
Things Worth Remembering
How Boris Pasternak defied Soviet tyranny with a Shakespeare sonnet.
Douglas Murray, The Free Press
The Moral Case Against Equity Language
What’s a “justice-involved person”?
George Packer, The Atlantic
The Futility of Trigger Warnings
British universities are repeating the mistakes of their American counterparts.
Amna Khalid, Banished
J. Daniel Sawyer, Holly's Substack
A Black Professor Trapped in Anti-Racist Hell
Vincent Lloyd, Compact
Not Every Atrocity Is About White Supremacy
Why I am skeptical of the reflex to attribute violence to structural racism
Thomas Chatterton Williams, The Atlantic
Robert Wright & Coleman Hughes, Nonzero
Diagnosing Ideological Medicine
The ideological naïveté that we sometimes see in medicine is a symptom of a deeper problem with how we educate medical students.
Richard Gunderman, Law & Liberty
Feminism Is No Longer Helping Women
Mary Harrington, Modern Wisdom Podcast
Trans Rights vs. Women's Rights
Kathleen Stock, Conversations with Coleman
Slavoj Žižek, Compact
#24 content/syllabus is ooh so timely dudecicle! I just got my notification of U DIDNOT SAY THAT#24. CANNOT WAIT TO EAT EM UP.
Y'all know me as an old prick mainframer jock from the 60s,70s,
performing Radix sorts on IBM 082 punch card sorters, & Bubble Sorts in MF memory. It was a masculine profession back then. Today the coders are point 👉 👉 👈 👇 👇 and click "nonbinary" babies.
It took me awhile to catch on to the new vocabulary of the 21st century.
Old prick "binary" meant a numbering system used in a cumputer. Today it's heterosexual
Old prick "Nonbinary" meant base8 or base16. Now it's homosexual & transgender.
"Tertiary" probably means a bisexual 3way