White Terrorist Privilege

The American justice system is broken, it’s totally lopsided and it sucks!! … “Terrorists should receive harsher sentences than pot smokers. Justice should be fair and not dependent on whether the defendant is black or white … or a white conservative Trump supporter.”



Crystal Mason voted in the 2016 presidential election. Unfortunately for her, she was a convict on parole and ineligible to vote. She did not know she was ineligible to vote. Crystal’s vote, naturally, was rejected. Since her name was not on the voting rolls at the precinct where she voted, she was given a provisional ballot which is what a person is given if there are questions about their vote. If you vote with this method, your eligibility will be checked before your vote counts. In Texas where Mason cast her ballot, 40,000 other provisional ballots were rejected in that same election. In the same county where she voted, since 2014, seven out of eight provisional ballots have been rejected. Out of all these people who cast rejected votes, Crystal Mason was the only one to be charged with illegal voting. Oh, yeah. Crystal Mason is black. Now it makes…

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Tuesday Thoughts …. “🐢 ‘Some Days I Hide – I Do Have a Shell’ 🐢 …. “!!

~~July 20, 2021~~


There are days and there are days. My story, my life isn’t the hardest one or the worst one.

Yet, there are days when I feel the weight of so much on my shoulders.

(Something I’m sure many people feel.)

A hardened shell is useful sometimes!



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the sounds of blood and air

Read more … beauty light!! … “You would notice soon enough, if it stopped.” – Sarah Moss, “the sounds of blood and air” in Summerwater: A Novel (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, January 12, 2021).

Live & Learn

Dawn. There’s no sunrise, no birdsong.

Light seeps over the water, through the branches. The sky is lying on the loch, filling the trees, heavy in the spaces between the pine needles, settling between blades of grass and mottling the pebbles on the beach. Although there’s no distance between cloud and land, nowhere for rain to fall, it is raining; the sounds of water on leaves and bark, on roofs and stones, windows and cars, become as constant as the sounds of blood and air in your own body.

You would notice soon enough, if it stopped.

Sarah Moss, “the sounds of blood and air” in Summerwater: A Novel (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, January 12, 2021)

Photo: DK @ Daybreak. 4:56 am, July 19, 2021. 70° F. Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT.

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