Anonymous asked: I don't think you understand libertarianism. Libertarians by definition cannot be racist because racism is putting individuals in collective groups whereas libertarians can only view people as individuals. A racist libertarian is an oxymoron.
Hahaha “libertarians can only view people as individuals” hahahahaha, oh, go fuck yourself. You seriously think you can hide behind that bullshit? Guess what, you fuckface, your bankrupt and hilarious philosophy might call for all kinds of bullshit, but NO ONE IS FOOLED by the fact that all your ideas about economics and government just so happen to benefit one group of people more than others.
Look, if you love freedom and no government so much, there are any number of failed states you can move to to have your libertarian paradise. You know why you don’t do that? Because your bullshit theories only work for you when you’re already in a place that inherently favors your group over others. If you aren’t already in first place, with centuries of social and cultural mechanisms in place to keep you there, not so appealing huh.
So, nice try, but not only is “racist libertarian” not an oxymoron, it’s redundant. Get the fuck out of here with that bullshit, you fucking shithead.
Love this guy.
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We’re doing a project where we ask people: what’s your UCB? We got to talk to Nicole Drespel about Bucky, teaching, and being obsessed right away.
EO: How’d you find UCB?
ND: I did college improv. Langan Kingsley mentioned the group—it was called Dead Serious at Wellesley College. One of the girls on that team, Kylie, was a super comedy nerd. She talked about UCB. There was one weekend where we went on a trip to New York and were going to UCB, but we got tickets to Saturday Night Live instead. We slept on a sidewalk.
So I didn’t actually go to UCB until a year later on spring break, my senior year of college. My wild spring break was coming home to my parents’ place with a friend of mine, going to ASSSSCAT, and then going to the Bronx Zoo. That was how I spent senior year spring break.
Nicole Drespel is a (my) hero. Didn’t care for the pro-Mayer sentiments though.