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Geoff@pastxmas
May 31, 2020

I watch a lot of videos on YouTube of HAIM, a band composed of 3 sisters from LA. I love their musicianship and their energy. Apparently, so does a lot of young girls, because YouTube sent me a notification asking me if I was sure about my age and gender, and if I wanted to change them to better tailor my suggestions to my demographic.

So I responded the way anyone would: "HOW DARE YOU ASSUME MY AGE AND GENDER?!? IF I WANT TO IDENTIFY AS A 20 YEAR OLD GIRL, I WILL!!!"

They responded back with an apology, and assured me that they would be looking into changing their algorithm to be more inclusive.

I am sooooooo freakin triggered right now. But that's the price you have to pay to be more woke. I hope that you are all more woke too after reading this. I'm always happy to do all the emotional labor for the good of this community.

;-)

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Morning Phetasy Phamily! A little something of all of us animal lovers out there. Complete with photos of Handsome Jackson and Pretty Kitty Holly.

Living with Animals

Maybe it’s that old story
of rescue Lassie. Rin Tin Tin,
the two dogs and the Siamese cat
on a long walk back, looking for home.

Or it could be a fixed point in the day,
sureness of warmth, need,
a timetable, yes
a timetable.

It’s not an easy world as we all know
You turn around and you are old,
or sick, or hurting; reaching out
to whatever reaches back.

Feathers and fur talk of the now,
keep us humble in the minute,
because they must be fed,
walked, played with
in exchange for a love
that has no limits.

Immune systems may be erratic,
the very planet may wobble,
yet this day begins with a squawk,
a bark, a wet tongue.

I open my eyes; I am alive.

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