Laura Ingraham is white

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Laura Ingraham editorializes the Starbucks Philly black men get arrested. She makes the obvious and valid point that the Starbucks employee was doing her job. By the time she’s finished she features a lot wrong about the arrests including the corporate and public reaction. Laura shows the greatest sensitivity toward the Starbucks employees who are forced to endure hours of racial-bias sensitivity training. Laura’s sensitivity to the employees is misdirected. Starbucks employees can change their status and become Dunkin Donuts employees. The victims Laura expressed zero sensitivity toward are the black men who sat in a jail cell till Midnight when Starbucks declared they would not press charges for trespassing. The black men sat in that jail cell for the color of their skin and not for the content of their character. Unlike the Starbucks employees who can become Dunkin Donuts employees the black men can’t change the color of their skin. Laura concedes the Starbucks employee who called the police after just two minutes errored, but Laura expresses zero concession that the men sitting in a jail cell were victims of the error. If Laura is a good person she disguises it by saying and tweeting bad things. I think a solid argument could be made to say no country ended the systematic crime of slavery less gracefully than the United States, so racial bias remains alive, but why do we continue to allow people like Laura to remain amplified on a legitimate corporate platform with high-priced amplification. Mistreatment of black people, because they’re black must end, and people like Laura should get no more respect than Alex Jones and Dylann Roof. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Martha90

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« In ‘61 ‘64 ‘83 and ‘96 are four Hollywood movies with an element of their theme that is also written in a new non-fiction book by Elliot Weissman. The movies stars are: Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn, Eddie Murphy, and Robin Williams. With these four productions Hollywood returns, at a very minimum four times, to comical situations of people adjusting their status for an event. Perhaps the biggest reach was the exaggerated gay housekeeper in The Birdcage attempting to be a straight man serving dinner. Elliot Weisman writes non fiction including Jackie O. after she survived husband one and husband two. The dinner also included the writer, a Jewish finance man, Frank Sinatra, and Frank’s cast of Italian Americans. The punchline of Elliot’s story is told in his fresh book, and I posted the text in a screen capture of the ebook here. The theme of some element of a person being out of sync with one’s surroundings will always seem fresh, because anxiety triggers in everyone’s not-worthy-of-publishing and not-worthy-of-the-big-screen themed moments when we feel out of sync with our surroundings. My most recent event is Martha90 with my youtube series telling fresh versions of moments before and after. Ironically my anxiety about being out of sync with my surroundings was linked to a family event, and in the first of my Martha90 series I tell with tear-filled eyes of an event that seemed, at that moment, independent of Martha90. Later the link between all the Martha90 moments became clear to me, so I named the series Martha90. I have reason to believe, and a blog commenter, Erika, to reinforce that my blogging extended my separation from family. This same habit that may be partially to blame for my isolation extension is also to credit for me returning on solid footing. Martha90one is me expressing surprising emotion in the common space of my apartment building. Retrospectively having my emotion pour out in my building’s common space put me on solid footing for Martha90. Life is emotional, and I can’t predict how, when, and where my emotion will flow, but Martha90 is an example of my effort to manipulate my emotion in a safe and productive manner. Billy Ray Valentine would be proud of me. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Philly Starbucks and racism

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind readers: I’ll begin this text making a case for the Starbucks manager who called the police on the two black men who were arrested for trespassing, and then change direction reinforcing the case for racism. Sincerely, Tom Doody. In the US Starbucks reports nearly everyone takes Starbucks coffee togo, which on average is consistent with my observations. The limited seats in most Starbucks are available or will become available in a short period of time. Short enough so I can stand and drink my coffee and have a seat before my beverage cools. The same formula of waiting for a seat is less effective in some places, and I could substantiate a case the competition for seats is the Nation’s highest at the Starbucks I visit most in PABT NYC. Literally not many people think about these things with the focus I have, and I believe I could take on anyone who claims their Starbucks has higher competition for seats. In addition to thinking about these things I have circumstances in my schedule that makes this pressure for a private spot in a public spaces common. PABT is one of NYC’s three high-volume traffic hubs, and it’s number one position in feedlot-like competition for seats gives me a perspective on the Philly-Starbucks arrest. Knowing the pains of the NYC PABT Starbucks employees nearly as if I faced their challenges personally I was initially inclined to side with the Philly-Starbucks employee as if the difficulties doing their job were being overlook, but I’ve switched. There is no argument that the Philly-Starbucks employee navigated grey area even close to what I consider reasonable. The two black men who were arrested have told their story, and an important part of the timeline that’s not in dispute is: “two minutes”. Two minutes elapsed before the Philly-Starbucks employee called the police. The Philly-Starbucks is not PABT, and it’s not in a Phill transit hub making me sure waiting for and getting a seat while my coffee remains hot would be certain in the Philly location. The call was made in two minutes. It points to the fact that the Philly-Starbucks employee had the black men on alert as soon as they entered the cafe. There can be no case for the event not being triggered by race. Dear kind readers: Please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor, think about it. Two minutes elapses while being a non-paying visitor to a Starbucks, and the police are called to remove you. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Many black writers are explaining the Philly-starbucks event as not shocking, and as a regular PABT customer I understand. I get the part that police are needed to remove people from Starbuck, but I don’t get what it really means to have back skin. Barack Obama gets it, and being the son and grandson of white people with the ancestors who made his skin back not near him in his childhood and early-adult life he tells of how his skin color set alarms. The two-minutes that elapses to a moment that requires police is something Barack Obama can probably understand in ways I can’t. On one occasion I finished my ubereats deliveries, and I waited at Starbucks PABT for Hana to arrive, so we could bus ride together through the Lincoln Tunnel. With no seat and a veinte hot black coffee I set my beverage on a small part of a no-seats-available family-style table. With my ubereats vid production distracting me from drinking my coffee I recorded and youtube-uploaded my vid, and eventually sipped my way near the bottom of twenty ounces before a seat opened up. My sense of movement in an agreeable direction with consideration of time was in line, but metaphorically setting a timer for two minutes at the moment two black men enter a store, and making it a police event when the two-minute alarm sounds is out of line . . . not in the grey area like was my first reaction . . . out of line, and not just out of line . . racist. This Philly-Starbucks event for me is personal, because I use public places as my own like yesterday at Westin Times Square. Technically I was a customer with a sixty-cents lobby Fedex printing receipt on my phone. I’m white and I did pay for something, so I was comfy, but the phone call I took was long, and at the calls conclusion I sensed my time with paying-customer status was about to expire. Since my skin is white the time I’m given, and the consequence of overstaying is more generous and forgiving than if I were black. My more generous allowance is white privilege, and it’s not fair that my special treatment is unearned. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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USD2INR

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Delivering for ubereats is bueno. If only for a moment I am important to one person, because I have a hungry person’s food. Today is a little like ubereat. There are four ambition entrepreneurs in India, and I have their money. Technically that’s not correct. I am at La Gran Via with only enough money to pay for espresso for a few amigos amigas . . . nada mas, and I don’t have, “their” money. Upon visiting NYC banks I’ll have the money of their businesses. US business they own partnered with me. Today is a big day for me, because stars lined up, and all of my Indian business partners requested money. USD2INR . . estoy muy feliz. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Hoboken Frank Sinatra Viaduct

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at Nextbike: Please note the following return information: You returned bike 73354. Price USD 6.42 19.04.2018 03:09:57 BIKE 73354 – 04:30:07 BIKE 73354 13029902346. I was charged 6.42 USD for exceeding the time limit. Please consider reversing the charges, because the circumstances were partially beyond my control. I bought a bottle of Trader Joe’s olive oil with a ninety-nine cents bag to carry it. The bag did not perform the way I expected it to, and I had to walk home from Hoboken. Since I have your attention I’ll say more, because my story has some entertainment value. Starting at Trader Joe’s is a viaduct that climbs one-hundred and fifty feet over two kilometers. Right about the time I surrendered riding with the Trader Joe’s oil I got a phone call from a couple in Georgia who are enrolling in a debt program of a company I represent, so I began walking the bike holding the Nextbike stem with one hand and my phone with the other. The Nextbike time log shows I had the bike 01:21:00, and I was on the phone with the Georgia couple all but ten minutes of that time. Hoboken is the famous childhood home of Frank Sinatra, and the Viaduct is also famous. The current Viaduct replace one more than a century old. Both the original and current viaduct has a remarkable design and construction. The arches of the Viaduct break pattern as the Viaduct reaches higher altitude making the utilitarian design artistic. It’s a long way from Lepzig, so Hoboken might seem out of reach . . . if you make the trip the memory of Frank Sinatra, Trader Joe’s, and the Viaduct gives you talking points. Grazie for your consideration, wiedersehen dunke shein ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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almost exclusively

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Trevor took another comedy shot at Sean Hannity’s expense last night. He leveraged Sean’s use of, “almost exclusively” used by Sean in his effort to extinguish the notion there is something troubling in his relationship with Michael Cohen. Sean has put himself under comedy-writer’s microscope, which has the potential to make something out of nothing, but . . . Dear kind readers: If you were to imagine your own use of this phrase to minimize something. For example, imagine yourself as a evangelical Christian heterosexual man explaining why you were seen with a known female prostitute, and your reply, “my relationship with the prostitute is almost exclusively about getting her to follow Jesus”. Sincerely, Tom Doody. “Almost exclusively” was used in Sean’s effort to smother curiosity about his relationship with Michael Cohen, but the phrase has the opposite effect. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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bank fraud

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Prefix amigos: Prefix won, and Marosan lost, because he did not respond. I’ve been a victim of crime like Maronsan’s against Prefix, but Marosan used the US banking system rather than phantom internet profiles that stole from me in the passed. It is more difficult than ever to use the US banking system with false identity, so Marosan’s crime could be (but won’t be) prosecuted. The net is if Prefix continues to keep good records and recordings, then we can expect to beat criminal attempts in the future, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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