Is this NYC Set article meant to be like when Four Four Two does the best 100 players of the year or like when the Guardian does the best young players in the world
 
I tried listening to that red scare with the logo lad on but his voice was just too annoying so i did the ken shamrock episode of stories with bradshaw and brisco instead
 
Best known for being Chloë Sevigny’s stylist

(she’s consulting for this issue; otherwise, she would have been on the list)

He first crept into the public consciousness when a 2012 Gawker story about his being banned from Instagram went viral. (He got the boot after posting a picture of topless women sunbathing at Fort Tilden Beach.)

She is currently trying to convert Andy Kaufman’s old apartment—complete with original stage—into another gallery. But the landlord is being difficult.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
So the person who owns the gallery won't let some random no talent hipster rebuild it exactly as she wants. That is weird.
 

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I think I'm going to be famous very soon. I am too talented it is impossible to stop me. When I am famous Poetix will be forced to acknowledge my existence and answer my questions. When I write 2000 word long emails to tenured academics they will set aside their hole afternoons to think through carefully what I said and then respond.
 

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Ive also never said anything cancellation worthy in my life. I am a natural empath and even the things I say which appear on their surface tactless are in fact the misrecognized burbling of the deepest wellspring of human compassion
 

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Padraig on the other hand is a complete sociopath. People who perfectly embody a certain politically correct ethos you can tell they actually don't care about other people at all. They have chosen the image over the actual. You can't trust those people.

This is a very basic known fact. The true instantiation of the actual always has conflicts with th generic picture of the ideal. That's just how it is. The wise bureaucrat always recognizes the letter of the law is not the image of the just.
 

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Ive also never said anything cancellation worthy in my life.
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IdleRich

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Ive also never said anything cancellation worthy in my life. I am a natural empath and even the things I say which appear on their surface tactless are in fact the misrecognized burbling of the deepest wellspring of human compassion

Doesn't matter you can easily be cancelled for something you didn't mean... probably for stuff you didn't even say in fact these days. And sure you deleted all that weird stuff about how the Jews were actually responsible for the holoocaust but someone can probably still find it. Or they can just quote this as proof it exists I guess.
 

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Padraig on the other hand is a complete sociopath. People who perfectly embody a certain politically correct ethos you can tell they actually don't care about other people at all. They have chosen the image over the actual. You can't trust those people.

This is a very basic known fact. The true instantiation of the actual always has conflicts with th generic picture of the ideal. That's just how it is. The wise bureaucrat always recognizes the letter of the law is not the image of the just.

@padraig (u.s.) Gus didn't tag you, would hate for you to miss it. Happy holidays!
 
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