The culture aspect is behavioral. When do people learn the behaviors of interrupting White supremacy? That to me is the sophisticated place that we have to go, those places where we keep making it that white-skin people have the easy way to go in this society.
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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes came back in the 2022 year with vengeance after ultimately losing to both winners the last two years. I entered the Top 50 with 730 votes. It keep those high numbers into the Top 25 with 695 votes. It took the top spot in the Top 10 with 613 votes. It held this top spot into the Top 3 with 458 votes. Ultimately it won the 2022 Battle royale with 41% of the votes.
Thanks for the encouragement? We're dealing with a boomer here, kid. You wanna die playin' pretend or keeping it real? I don't want to die, period! Great, kid. Keep that optimism!
But in October, the Oklahoma Tax Commission ruled that it can keep collecting these taxes from citizens of the tribes in eastern Oklahoma despite McGirt. Commissioners said that the McGirt ruling did not expand to tax jurisdiction and noted that the 2020 report was published by a former executive director without their review or approval.
"They keep talking us down, and we'll keep showing up," wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer. "The disrespect they gave us, we don't care how they treated us and how they're going to do us. We had the hardest schedule all year. Nothing is going to be easy for us. We know what we're capable of, and that's why we came out here not making a fuss with anybody and just putting on a show for the world to see."
"We came out here on their home field and they put up 10 f------ points," defensive tackle D.J. Reader said. "We got 27. We're going to K.C. That's all that matters. Count us out, (say), 'Bengals ain't this, Bengals ain't that.' We just keep showing up on Sundays."