My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

Denver Post writer sees racism in the renovation of Union Station

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http://twitter.com/#!/bobolson8/status/524915082720206848 Can architecture be racist? Well, according to the Denver Post’s Ray Mark Rinaldi, YES IT CAN! Here’s his piece from October 19: #Denver Union Station's race problem. Read: http://t.co/Fd7ix2gRoH @denverpost @historycolorado @iknowdenver @AIAColorado — Ray Rinaldi (@rayrinaldi) October 19, 2014 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js And his headline: Did diversity miss the train in Union Station’s architecture? The urban […]

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Starbucks rolls out new policy: Everyone’s a customer, whether they make a purchase or not

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Remember about a month ago when Starbucks was the target of a boycott after a store manager in Philadelphia called the police on two black men who were allegedly loitering in the cafe? That call led to arrests, and those arrests led to angry protests and a promise by Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for […]

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Umm … isn’t she from South Africa? Charlize Theron says she MIGHT leave America because of racism

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We always knew Hollywood was pretty lacking in the whole ‘self-awareness’ thing, BUT wow … Charlize Theron has seriously outdone herself with this hot take filled to the brim with virtue signaling and a dash of melodrama. Charlize Theron: ‘I Might Have To Leave America’ Because of Racism via @descarteslover https://t.co/qEO10Tpn9D — NewsBusters (@newsbusters) April […]

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President Trump takes third swing at #Charlottesville statement, strikes out bigly with reporters, pundits

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President Trump’s big announcement from Trump Tower in New York City Tuesday afternoon was supposed to be about infrastructure, but he managed to guarantee bridges and highways will receive next to no coverage on the cable news shows. Sounds like those of us covering Pence in Buenos Aires are missing an epic presidential infrastructure announcement […]

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‘Second-hand racism’? Joan Walsh encouraged to keep speculating why Hillary isn’t winning

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Joan Walsh, MSNBC contributor and writer for “The Nation,” is wondering why Hillary Clinton isn’t doing much better than she is early in the primary season. Could it be… That excuse might be preferable to the alternative: Oh heavens no! And maybe a little “sexist” thrown in for good measure. Go figure!

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Something Terrifying Is Happening Inside This Abandoned Building In Eastern Europe

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When it comes to urban exploration, learning the histories of targeted locations is important so that you can get some context for what you’re seeing. But sometimes, not knowing is much better. Redditor tylerpaduraru was exploring an abandoned facility in Lithuania when he started noticing signs of occult activity that should’ve convinced him to get […]

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‘Who talks like that?!’ Vox ROYALLY steps in it with headline about Jay-Z

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CNN: We're going to fucking own this news cycle.Vox: Hold my beer. — Rockwell (@Rockwell) July 6, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Please forgive us for our extensive coverage of Vox today, but this is too good (or is it bad?) to be ignored: With 4:44, Jay-Z is being celebrated for owning his mistakes. For a black man, […]

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Touré defends ‘white ally’ Colbert against racism accusations [video]

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http://twitter.com/#!/FirstTeamTommy/status/453261120154116096 MSNBC’s Touré used the word “racist” and “racism” quite a bit in a monologue today, but this time he was defending a person against the allegation instead of throwing it at somebody. Touré, who can find a racist around any corner for almost any reason as long as that person subscribes to the “wrong” […]

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