But like Reid’s 1987 and 2013 dichotomies, the senator is split, too. Most major political leaders are multi faceted, complex figures. Reid is no exception. “Do I seem angry?” he continues, “Yes. Because you’re taking away a right that I fought for. When I did my tour in Iraq, I fought for my right to be in America and be able to help myself, to cure myself.
He a bad guy who says the racist and sexist parts quietly then screams that you not hearing him right when you ask him to speak louder. He speak on a panel or be invited to speak on tv regarding sexual misconduct and harassment in the workplace and say something like, “Women wear makeup and lipstick which mimics sexual arousal.” This is obviously nonresponsive to the problem of harassment but asks the listener to infer that harassment is a consequence of how women dress or behave. When called out on this, he say he never said which is correct, but then calls into question what point he was making in the first place..
I have friends that are weirdos (including my girlfriend), as well as normies. I in my 30 and just got back from Detroit for some good old fashioned warehouse techno parties. I really just love music in all forms and am willing to stay out late and venture into some weird settings to experience it.
Oh there’s little question this is the biggest sea change we have seen on a major cultural issue. Certainly in my lifetime certainly in our lifetimes. This is being celebrated here at the White House but that sea change is embodied in President Obama himself if you remember David.
In the mid 1950s, when Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly and Little Richard were inventing the practice, to rock was to make a genre defying leap that connected country to R to teenage Top 40 music. Most of all, rocking meant being willing to chance a little rawness. “There’s this indescribable point in rock music where a song becomes known just enough to play it all the way through without falling off the horse, but not enough for an artist to have any control over it,” she explained.
Once I realized that my parachutes were entangled and there was nothing really I could do and that I was going to die, I relaxed and accepted fate. During this calm I was able to slow my rotation and at that point I realized that I may survive, but knew that I would have at least a year in the hospital and may never be the same. The problem was what I did to the parachute made it slightly better but then it got worse.