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New York Times: glompcat:This question and its answer from The New York Times work advice column is W I L D.
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glompcat:This question and its answer from The New York Times work advice column is W I L D.

New York Times: y'all don't read what happens for folks inside prisons, jails, and detention centers during power outages? I'm assuming they rely on generators? @anthoknees 路 1h 27 11 59 y'all don't read @anthoknees fuck. Los Angeles Times Weeklong power outage at New York federal jail leaves inmates without heat or light in the cold Feb 2, 2019 路 The Federal Bureau of Prisons said Saturday that work to restore power to a detention center in New York City where inmates have E The New York Times O No Heat for Days at a Jail in Brooklyn Where Hundreds of Inmates Are Sick and 'Frantic' Feb 1, 2019 路 More than a thousand inmates at a federal jail in Brooklyn are ... in an email that the building experienced a partial power outage on ... Vice > en_us article > what-happe... When My Prison Lost Power It Was Like 'The Purge' in Real Life - VICE Apr 19, 2018 路 It turned out that some electrical wiring caught fire outside the prison fence-line. We heard that it shouldn't take the power company any more .. galaxianbitch: galaxianbitch: fatehbaz: quiteliterallyhotsauce: Yup. Just like when Texas has all that flooding and didn鈥檛 evacuate the prisons. imprisoned people are also abandoned to sit in cells and drown during hurricanes when floodwaters inundate the prison And then there was Katrina I鈥檓 posting this cause so many of us followed Katrina minute by minute but so few people knew about this. Fuuuuuuuuck
New York Times: y'all don't read
 what happens for folks inside prisons, jails, and
 detention centers during power outages? I'm
 assuming they rely on generators?
 @anthoknees 路 1h
 27 11
 59
 y'all don't read
 @anthoknees
 fuck.

 Los Angeles Times
 Weeklong power outage at New York federal jail
 leaves inmates without heat or light in the cold
 Feb 2, 2019 路 The Federal Bureau of
 Prisons said Saturday that work to
 restore power to a detention center in
 New York City where inmates have

 E The New York Times
 O
 No Heat for Days at a Jail in Brooklyn Where
 Hundreds of Inmates Are Sick and 'Frantic'
 Feb 1, 2019 路 More than a thousand
 inmates at a federal jail in Brooklyn are
 ... in an email that the building
 experienced a partial power outage
 on ...

 Vice > en_us article > what-happe...
 When My Prison Lost Power It Was Like 'The
 Purge' in Real Life - VICE
 Apr 19, 2018 路 It turned out that some electrical wiring
 caught fire outside the prison fence-line. We heard that it
 shouldn't take the power company any more ..
galaxianbitch:
galaxianbitch:


fatehbaz:

quiteliterallyhotsauce:


Yup. Just like when Texas has all that flooding and didn鈥檛 evacuate the prisons.


imprisoned people are also abandoned to sit in cells and drown during hurricanes when floodwaters inundate the prison


And then there was Katrina 






I鈥檓 posting this cause so many of us followed Katrina minute by minute but so few people knew about this. 


Fuuuuuuuuck

galaxianbitch: galaxianbitch: fatehbaz: quiteliterallyhotsauce: Yup. Just like when Texas has all that flooding and didn鈥檛 evacuate...

New York Times: gerardwayisalive: Gerard Way for the New York Times (15 February 2019)
New York Times: gerardwayisalive:

Gerard Way for the New York Times (15 February 2019)

gerardwayisalive: Gerard Way for the New York Times (15 February 2019)

New York Times: Don't fly me, It has been reported that an employee for Ansett Australia (Airlines), who happened to have the last name of Gay, got on a plane recently using the company's 'Free Flight' offer for staff. However, when Mr Gay tried to take his seat, he found it being occupied by a fare paying passenger. So, not to make a fuss, he simply chose another seat. Unknown to Mr Gay another Ansett flight at the airport experienced mechanical problems. The passengers of this flight were being re-routed to various other airplanes A few were put on Mr Gay's flight and anyone who was holding a free ticket was being 'bumped. Ansett officials, armed with a list of these freebee' ticket holders boarded the plane, as is the practise, to remove them in favour of fare paying passengers. Of course, our Mr Gay was not sitting in his assigned seat as you may remember. So when the Ticket Agent approached the seat where Mr Gay was supposed to be sitting, she asked a startled customer "Are you gay?" The man, shyly nodded that he was, at which point she demanded: "Then you have to get off the plane." Mr Gay, overhearing what the Agent had said, tried to clear up the situation: "You've got the wrong man. I'm Gay!" This caused an angry third passenger to yell "Hell! I'm gay too! They can't kick us all off! Confusion reined as more and more passengers began yelling that Ansett had no right to remove gays from their flights. New York Times The Plane Had a Hard Time Flying Straight After That
New York Times: Don't fly me,
 It has been reported that an
 employee for Ansett Australia
 (Airlines), who happened to have the last name of Gay, got
 on a plane recently using the company's 'Free Flight' offer
 for staff. However, when Mr Gay tried to take his seat, he
 found it being occupied by a fare paying passenger.
 So, not to make a fuss, he simply chose another seat. Unknown to Mr Gay
 another Ansett flight at the airport experienced mechanical problems. The
 passengers of this flight were being re-routed to various other airplanes
 A few were put on Mr Gay's flight and anyone who was holding a free
 ticket was being 'bumped. Ansett officials, armed with a list of these
 freebee' ticket holders boarded the plane, as is the practise, to remove
 them in favour of fare paying passengers. Of course, our Mr Gay was not
 sitting in his assigned seat as you may remember. So when the Ticket Agent
 approached the seat where Mr Gay was supposed to be sitting, she asked a
 startled customer "Are you gay?" The man, shyly nodded that he was, at
 which point she demanded: "Then you have to get off the plane."
 Mr Gay, overhearing what the Agent had said, tried to clear up the
 situation: "You've got the wrong man. I'm Gay!" This caused an angry
 third passenger to yell "Hell! I'm gay too! They can't kick us all off!
 Confusion reined as more and more passengers began yelling that Ansett
 had no right to remove gays from their flights. New York Times
The Plane Had a Hard Time Flying Straight After That

The Plane Had a Hard Time Flying Straight After That

New York Times: Neil Henderson @hendopolis Follow A 16 year old has written a thought provoking letter to the Times this morning. pic.twitter.com/g3eUhirnnz 銈廟eply Retweeted 鈽匜avorite More Annoyed Sir, I am getting increasingly annoyed at the barrage of articles about teenagers, and the adults who keep trying to explain our behaviour "Moods and meltdowns: what's inside the teenage brain?, Mar 1) I am 16 and a straight-A student, like most of my friends. We are not as irrational and immature as adults seem to think. We've grown up with financial crises and accept that most of us will be unemployed We no longer flinch at bloody images of war because we've grown up seeing the chaos in the Middle East and elsewhere Most of us are cynical and pessimistic because of the environment we've grown up in which should be explanation enough for our apparent insolence and disrespect, without "experts" having to write articles about it. Has no one ever seen that we are angry at the world we live in? Angry that we will have to clean up your mess, while you hold us in contempt, analysing our responses as though we were another species? I would like adults to treat us not as strange creatures from other world but as human beings with intelligent thought - a little different from yours, perhaps, but intelligent thought nonetheless Stop teaching adults how to behave around us, and instead teach them to respect us Jenni Herd Kilmarnock, E Ayrshire raeseddon: tiffanarchy: 0nechoice: THANK YOU JENNI HERD dang Jenni, GO OFF Teenages: Treat us like people New York Times: What does this perplexing creature want from us? We may never know.
New York Times: Neil Henderson
 @hendopolis
 Follow
 A 16 year old has written a thought
 provoking letter to the Times this
 morning. pic.twitter.com/g3eUhirnnz
 銈廟eply Retweeted 鈽匜avorite More

 Annoyed
 Sir, I am getting increasingly
 annoyed at the barrage of
 articles about teenagers, and the
 adults who keep trying to
 explain our behaviour "Moods
 and meltdowns: what's inside
 the teenage brain?, Mar 1)
 I am 16 and a straight-A
 student, like most of my friends.
 We are not as irrational and
 immature as adults seem to
 think. We've grown up with
 financial crises and accept that
 most of us will be unemployed
 We no longer flinch at bloody
 images of war because we've
 grown up seeing the chaos in
 the Middle East and elsewhere
 Most of us are cynical and
 pessimistic because of the
 environment we've grown up in
 which should be explanation
 enough for our apparent
 insolence and disrespect,
 without "experts" having to
 write articles about it.
 Has no one ever seen that we
 are angry at the world we live
 in? Angry that we will have to
 clean up your mess, while you
 hold us in contempt, analysing
 our responses as though we
 were another species?
 I would like adults to treat us
 not as strange creatures from
 other world but as human
 beings with intelligent thought
 - a little different from yours,
 perhaps, but intelligent thought
 nonetheless
 Stop teaching adults how to
 behave around us, and instead
 teach them to respect us
 Jenni Herd
 Kilmarnock, E Ayrshire
raeseddon:

tiffanarchy:

0nechoice:

THANK YOU JENNI HERD


dang Jenni, GO OFF


Teenages: Treat us like people
New York Times: What does this perplexing creature want from us? We may never know.

raeseddon: tiffanarchy: 0nechoice: THANK YOU JENNI HERD dang Jenni, GO OFF Teenages: Treat us like people New York Times: What doe...

New York Times: 5909 "I decided that never again would there be a pregnant woman in Auschwitz." patron-saint-of-smart-asses: everybody-look-right: washingtonstateconservative: ctrlgeek: webbgirl34: thebigsisteryouneveraskedfor: Gisella Perl was forced to work as a doctor in Auschwitz concentration camp during the holocaust. She was ordered to report ever pregnant women do the physician Dr. Josef Mengele, who would then use the women for cruel experiments (e.g. vivisections) before killing them. She saved hundreds of women by performing abortions on them before their pregnancy was discovered, without having access to basic medical supplies. She became known as the 鈥淎ngel of Auschwitz鈥. After being rescued from Bergen-Belsen concentration camp she tried to commit suicide, but survived, recovered and kept working as a gynecologist, delivering more than 3000 babies. I want to nail this to the forehead of every anti-abortionist who uses the word 鈥淗olocaust鈥 when talking about legal abortions. Yeah鈥 she became a gynecologist and was extremely pro-life after she got out of the camps. In an interview with Nadine Brozan for the New York Times in 1982, Dr. Perl recalled her initial experiences with Dr. Mengele鈥檚 鈥渃ure鈥 for pregnancy in Auschwitz. 鈥滵r. Mengele told me that it was my duty to report every pregnant woman to him,鈥 Dr. Perl said. 鈥滺e said that they would go to another camp for better nutrition, even for milk. So women began to run directly to him, telling him, 鈥業 am pregnant.鈥 I learned that they were all taken to the research block to be used as guinea pigs, and then two lives would be thrown into the crematorium. I decided that never again would there be a pregnant woman in Auschwitz.鈥 Let鈥檚 analyze the situation: mother and child alike were聽both聽going to be killed anyway if the pregnancy was discovered. Leaving wasn鈥檛 an option. Freedom was nonexistent, and the perspectives of all involved were colored by living in hell on earth.聽 聽After the war, she dedicated her life to Holocaust remembrance, infertility treatment, and delivering babies 鈥 not destroying them. The聽New York Times聽quotes聽her as saying, 鈥淣o one will ever know what it meant to me to destroy those babies, but if I had not done it, both mother and child would have been cruelly murdered.鈥 Perl never pretended they weren鈥檛 babies, that their lives didn鈥檛 matter, or that their deaths weren鈥檛 cruel. Holy crap. I literally got a ton of shit a few months ago for saying that maybe, just maybe, Perl鈥檚 actions don鈥檛 justify abortion as a whole. Well, it goes to show that I should鈥檝e done more research, to find out 聽that Perl herself doesn鈥檛 pretend that was she did was right, or that it justifies abortion now. There was another woman, a midwife, who was devout Catholic and helped to care for pregnant women and hide the babies, and continued her work in midwifery after the war. Last I heard she was in the canonization process in the Catholic Church. Fucking THANK YOU I鈥檓 so tired of pro-choicers using her as a 鈥済otcha鈥. She had to do a terrible thing in a terrible circumstance. That has literally no relation to first world abortion legislation today.
New York Times: 5909
 "I decided that
 never again would
 there be a
 pregnant woman
 in Auschwitz."
patron-saint-of-smart-asses:

everybody-look-right:
washingtonstateconservative:

ctrlgeek:

webbgirl34:

thebigsisteryouneveraskedfor:

Gisella Perl was forced to work as a doctor in Auschwitz concentration camp during the holocaust.
She was ordered to report ever pregnant women do the physician Dr. Josef Mengele, who would then use the women for cruel experiments (e.g. vivisections) before killing them.
She saved hundreds of women by performing abortions on them before their pregnancy was discovered, without having access to basic medical supplies. She became known as the 鈥淎ngel of Auschwitz鈥.
After being rescued from Bergen-Belsen concentration camp she tried to commit suicide, but survived, recovered and kept working as a gynecologist, delivering more than 3000 babies.

I want to nail this to the forehead of every anti-abortionist who uses the word 鈥淗olocaust鈥 when talking about legal abortions.

Yeah鈥 she became a gynecologist and was extremely pro-life after she got out of the camps.

In an interview with Nadine Brozan for the New York Times in 1982, Dr. Perl recalled her initial experiences with Dr. Mengele鈥檚 鈥渃ure鈥 for pregnancy in Auschwitz. 鈥滵r. Mengele told me that it was my duty to report every pregnant woman to him,鈥 Dr. Perl said. 鈥滺e said that they would go to another camp for better nutrition, even for milk. So women began to run directly to him, telling him, 鈥業 am pregnant.鈥 I learned that they were all taken to the research block to be used as guinea pigs, and then two lives would be thrown into the crematorium. I decided that never again would there be a pregnant woman in Auschwitz.鈥
Let鈥檚 analyze the situation: mother and child alike were聽both聽going to be killed anyway if the pregnancy was discovered. Leaving wasn鈥檛 an option. Freedom was nonexistent, and the perspectives of all involved were colored by living in hell on earth.聽
聽After the war, she dedicated her life to Holocaust remembrance, infertility treatment, and delivering babies 鈥 not destroying them. The聽New York Times聽quotes聽her as saying, 鈥淣o one will ever know what it meant to me to destroy those babies, but if I had not done it, both mother and child would have been cruelly murdered.鈥 Perl never pretended they weren鈥檛 babies, that their lives didn鈥檛 matter, or that their deaths weren鈥檛 cruel.

Holy crap. I literally got a ton of shit a few months ago for saying that maybe, just maybe, Perl鈥檚 actions don鈥檛 justify abortion as a whole. Well, it goes to show that I should鈥檝e done more research, to find out 聽that Perl herself doesn鈥檛 pretend that was she did was right, or that it justifies abortion now.

There was another woman, a midwife, who was devout Catholic and helped to care for pregnant women and hide the babies, and continued her work in midwifery after the war. Last I heard she was in the canonization process in the Catholic Church.

Fucking THANK YOU I鈥檓 so tired of pro-choicers using her as a 鈥済otcha鈥. She had to do a terrible thing in a terrible circumstance. That has literally no relation to first world abortion legislation today.

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