The following is a summary & analysis of Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review article, “Law of the Noose: A History of Latino Lynching” by Richard Delgado.
Delgado attempts to shed light on a largely unknown history of Latinos, particularly Mexican-Americans in the…
The new aristocracy won’t be known for just fine clothes, but the equipment to help them breathe while wearing them.
I had to go find this again because of the dress code announcement today.
Anyone else watch this exchange on Game of Thrones tonight and think Waiting for Godot? (Just replace the dead tree with a ruined well.) I like it when this show gets philosophical.
ARYA: You shouldn’t be sitting out here like this.
PEASANT: Where else to sit? Tried to walk back to me hut, hurt too much. Then I remembered they burnt me hut down.
SANDOR: Who were ‘they?’
PEASANT: I stopped asking a while ago.
SANDOR: That’s not going to get better.
PEASANT: It doesn’t seem so.
SANDOR: Bad way to go. Haven’t you had enough?
PEASANT: Of what? [Beat] I know. Time to go. Take matters into me own hands. The thought has occurred to me.
ARYA: So why go on?
ARYA: Nothing could be worse than this.
PEASANT: Maybe nothing is worse than this.
ARYA: Nothing isn’t better or worse than anything. Nothing is just nothing.