Post # 121
…..sitting in my deer stand like I planned to from the beginning.
Post # 122
While I don’t think there’s any point in engaging in conversation with ct2015, who has proven herself to be so angry that she’s incapable open discourse, I appreciate your reply. I am so tired of the term “liberal” being used to stereotype an entire group of people in a negative way. Yesterday, while struggling to get through the day surrounded by happy Trump supporters, I overheard my boss talking about how some of the local colleges have cancelled classes becuase students (and probably professors too) are so upset. “That’s exactly why whiny liberal pansies shouldn’t be in charge of running this country.” You mean the “whiny liberals” who are afraid for their rights as women and afraid for the rights and safety of their friends who don’t have white skin or aren’t straight? Afraid about what this says about the nation’s acceptance of bullying, racism, homophobia, Islamophobia, and xenophobia? Yeahhhhhh. I’m out. I pretty much decided to stop working at that point and instead sat at my desk reading articles and chatting with friends in an effort to process and understand the election. It helped a bit.
I feel slightly better today, which must mean the process of grief is progressing, but it was still really hard to come to work today and face my boss knowing that’s how he feels.
Post # 123
Way to generalize liberals 😒
Post # 124
I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt – maybe you haven’t seen what’s happening. Please look at this and tell me what you think. While the fb links are public, I’ve heard many stories just from my immediate circle (friends and friends of friends) about things they’ve experienced already, or seen at their kids’ schools since the election.