It's a short month—you got this.
This is the best caption ever: “Moisturized, in her lane, thriving.”
So much to love here. Thank you, Peachy. You should check out NYC's required sexual harassment training. It begins with unemployed off-Broadway actors explaining all the genders and how society assigns genders at birth. The first quiz question is (and don't get it wrong!) what a person who is assigned female by society at birth and still today identifies as a female as an adult is. The answer of course is "cisgender." The most deplorable gender. I've been forced to take it 2x now in 7 months and it's something I won't soon forget (i've tried).
Excellent guide. Rules 2-4, spot on advice, with camera off.
If I may ask, and I couldn't tell if it was a throwaway comment or not, but please tell me 20 years in you don't still believe the 19 arab and paki box cutters official govt narrative that supposedly flunked out of turbo prop school but managed to overtake ex-Marine pilots and hit the tightest of targets with pinpoint accuracy while flying commercial jet airliners?
Wow, what a collection of "rather forget" historical not-so relevant social memorabilia to the current dystopian Idiocracy managed primarily by institutionalized academia/media. More excellent content/literary acumen by "Peachy".
Yo Peachy. Want more subscriptions. Suggest an alternative pay alternative to CC/DC. Too much online fraud happening.
This is very funny (and infuriating), but not necessarily true. I work in one of these big famous lefty tech companies. No mandatory DEI session. There is mandatory "avoiding bias" training, mostly for managers.
I remember my younger self taking note that McDonalds always loudly celebrated Black History Month. They'd paste BHM stuff all over their drive-thrus. At one point they even pushed something called 365Black or Black365.
No form of the word Moist and MaxineWaters shall ever again appear near one another at a distance less than 200 yards. Let it be written, let it be done.
#KnowYourHistory There were no “before times” for you since a 1915 weeklong celebration by Carter Woodson was the origin for the 1960’s Black History Month. As to DEI, ask any CPA and they will tell you that a major risk factor for today’s corporations is talent retention and customer loss which is partly driven by not having individuals who look like them - not wokeness. Lastly, companies view employee time as an asset - therefore, it is usually at the request of customers and employees that DEI events happen (if at all), not ill advised HR managers. #KnowYourHistory