Expectation vs reality: tickle attacks
entered a taco bell while sober fr the first time in my entire life… look at this color scheme…. i had no idea it was so beautiful in here…….. im very inspired by this
the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bag despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life
No, human excellence.
Let’s talk about set theory! In mathematical logic, we have a subfield called “set theory” where we study how items are collected into groups.
Providing a sort of logical bedrock, set theory informs foundational mathematics and computer science, among other fields, and continues to be a topic of mathematical research.
Sound too esoteric? Okay, you’re familiar with Venn diagrams, right? Venn diagrams are an example of basic set theory.
And you know how all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares? There we go, more set theory.
So, Black people are group within the larger group humans, i.e. all Black people are humans, BUT not all humans are Black people.
As you can see in the photograph above, Keven Stonewall, the Chicago teen who may cure colon cancer, is Black. Keven Stonewall’s membership in other groups such as humans, Chicagoans and teenagers occurs simultaneously; consider “Chicago teen.”
Why do we say “square” when we could say “rectangle”? Because “square” conveys useful information, including “rectangle”—as well as a refinement.
When we say Keven Stonewall is an example of Black excellence, we mean Keven Stonewall is an example of Black excellence.
If you don’t know what’s going on, fine, but why must you put in your two cents about something you clearly know nothing about?? Like if you don’t get it and don’t care to understand, then move along, don’t spew bs?? Why do people try to talk so confidently about things they clearly do not know, you sound like idiots, do you even know wtf you’re saying? (no which is why i don’t get why ur talking)
Mersey Beat’s top 20 charts, September, 10th, 1964.