The article that sold me on my college. This is the conservatives talking, who existed but always complained about the same things. 1990: —- ”Sometimes it’s hard to be a heterosexual male here,” said Halstead York, who was having breakfast in the dining hall with his friends Jeri Chittick, Rebecca Drury and Elizabeth Rosenthal. ”Students are trying so hard to be open-minded they’re close-minded,” said Jeri. —- MY brains are scattered to the four winds and beyond but connected in a vast neural net mostly hooked together by copper. Lots of copper.

The article that sold me on my college. This is the conservatives talking, who existed but always complained about the same things. 1990:
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”Sometimes it’s hard to be a heterosexual male here,” said Halstead York, who was having breakfast in the dining hall with his friends Jeri Chittick, Rebecca Drury and Elizabeth Rosenthal.

”Students are trying so hard to be open-minded they’re close-minded,” said Jeri.
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MY brains are scattered to the four winds and beyond but connected in a vast neural net mostly hooked together by copper.

Lots of copper.

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“Clothes, intellectual positions and even behavior are governed by the code of the ”politically correct,” which is to say antisexist, antiracist, antihomophobic, antispecist.”

lol. They missed the point back in 1990 too.

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I ask because: If you see “talking points”, you should be able to follow up with a possible SOURCE, real or imagined, for those talking points.

From that, conversation can shift to bias.

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“Everything you just said comes off as talking points to me you know” reads as “i’m rubber, you’re glue”.
 
Is this correct?
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