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I've been: A misogynist, a racist, a republican, a Bernie supporter, a neoliberal, a catholic, a politician, an employer, and countless other things of which I am ashamed.
My sheltered ignorance and bourgeois programming are my lame-ass defence.
I only hope that if people like Saul of Tarsus and Carne Ross can walk the path of redemption that I might follow in their footsteps.

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Hi, I'm Tim. I was never on Tumblr. I work in retail and deal with my fair share of boobs every day thank you very much. I joined Sunbeam City for thoughtful Anarchist discussion and have yet to be disappointed. Probably one of the oldest tooters on this instance, I thank you in advance for your patience as I'm still unlearning decades of privilege and conditioning. I can contribute & to the milieu.

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Animorphs 6 &amp; 7 This is terrible and I love it Written by catteonbook - June 23, 2019 Book 6, The Capture, is such a perfect hurt/comfort fantasy. I can't say more without spoilers, but it is just. Your friends knowing exactly what you need without you telling them. This floofed my heart. Book 7, The Stranger, is hecking strange. I'm not sure if I like the direction this is taking? Probably not. But I still love it. This article is under the CC-BY-SA license. Animorphs <div class="avatar medium padded" style=" --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Animorphs 6 &amp; 7 This is terrible and I love it Written by catteonbook - June 23, 2019 Book 6, The Capture, is such a perfect hurt/comfort fantasy. I can't say more without spoilers, but it is just. Your friends knowing exactly what you need without you telling them. This floofed my heart. Book 7, The Stranger, is hecking strange. I'm not sure if I like the direction this is taking? Probably not. But I still love it. This article is under the CC-BY-SA license. Animorphs <div class="avatar medium padded" style=" --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Alligator's Snack Written by LWFlouisa - June 21, 2019 The intercom and intertext prompter displayed the demented anthem. "We you husky your trailer turn lumos that was telling me a you the nonsense I get translated in speech-to-text generator think the i i set that's good worked hard enough that your hey a you can rub it into yeah yeah yeah and that's the thinking she want yeah I thought I was holding out she credit union I have..." It was one of those blended conversations that never seemed to pause. I had never heard a --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Animorphs Book 5, The Predator Barely a review, sorry, but I do compare Animorphs to trauma stuff Written by catteonbook - June 17, 2019 Content Warning: I talk about trauma stuff in the last two paragraphs I started this a long time ago and totally forgot that I was reading it. Sooo a few days ago I discovered that and finished it! And I don't have much to say about the plot. It's cool though to see Marco's perspective! He's this asshole dude but also also ok, and his main motivation is not --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Come To Broken Rhymes (Creative Computing) Written by LWFlouisa - June 15, 2019 Mercy project, Mercy symbol. The broken rhymes from long ago. I stare into a mirror, And see only sudden corruption. Come to this life, the only single life. The noose so tight The song grips tightly Tonight. Morning echoes Calling for the children, The sun rises bright. Little life stories are like scribbled notes, In this charred, charred land of ladies exposing underpants, Whom also belonged to neither Spain or France. As --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: Every River Runs to Salt by Rachael K. Jones A lot of water and I like that Written by catteonbook - May 13, 2019 I didn't love Every River Runs to Salt, mostly because I couldn't bring myself to not be weirded out by the concept of anthropomorphic US states. But it does have a lot of things that I like, including women who are also bodies of water, and love between all combinations of "woman" and "body of water". And spooky things. And monsters who aren't evil. And destroying capitalism, --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders Obnoxiously ok, kind of lovely actually Written by catteonbook - May 3, 2019 Well, to be honest, All the Birds in the Sky grew very slowly on me. But it did grow on me. I really actually liked it in the end. Let me try to explain. What this is is many things. It's a book with a lot of very low key jokes about tech culture1 that made me grin on the inside. It's a straight love story, but imo not a bad one. It's about a war betwee --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Read: All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders Obnoxiously ok, kind of lovely actually Written by catteonbook - May 3, 2019 Well, to be honest, All the Birds in the Sky grew very slowly on me. But it did grow on me. I really actually liked it in the end. Let me try to explain. What this is is many things. It's a book with a lot of very low key jokes about tech culture1 that made me grin on the inside. It's a straight love story, but imo not a bad one. It's about a war betwee --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- A New Mansplaining Written by RadioAngel - April 29, 2019 A New Mansplaining We all know what it is, that smirk, that condescending tone, the explanation of something so simple our little female minds just can't seem to grasp? Unfortunately it's making a comeback, not like it went away or anything, and it's forged a new dark alliance with 'convince me' culture. Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg explains it best with the following tweet; 'Oh, good. A man on the internet demanding that I explain the thing I already said but in different wor --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Sag mir, wo du stehst Zum Angriff auf das Darknet Written by Alexis E. Wolf - April 22, 2019 Mitte Januar ging beim Bundesrat ein Gesetzesantrag der Länder Nordrhein-Westfalen und Hessen ein. Der Titel des Dokuments lautet "Einführung einer eigenständigen Strafbarkeit für das Betreiben von internet-basierten Handelsplattformen für illegale Waren und Dienstleistungen" (§126a StGB). Es steht im Kontext der Verhandlungen um das "IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0", das die Große Koalition noch in diesem Jahr umsetzen will. Es han --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Sag mir, wo du stehst Zum Angriff auf das Darknet Written by Alexis E. Wolf - April 22, 2019 Mitte Januar ging beim Bundesrat ein Gesetzesantrag der Länder Nordrhein-Westfalen und Hessen ein. Der Titel des Dokuments lautet "Einführung einer eigenständigen Strafbarkeit für das Betreiben von internet-basierten Handelsplattformen für illegale Waren und Dienstleistungen" (§126a StGB). Es steht im Kontext der Verhandlungen um das "IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0", das die Große Koalition noch in diesem Jahr umsetzen will. Es han --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

Here's a taste of the latest blog entry from cafe.sunbeam.city/ --- Gelesen: Biskaya von SchwarzRund Mein neues queeres Lieblingsbuch Written by catteonbook - April 19, 2019 Biskaya hat mir meine Mama zum Geburtstag geschenkt, nachdem es schon lange auf meiner Will-ich-lesen-Liste steht. Namensgebend für den Roman ist Biskaya, in dieser Version der Welt eine Insel und Ort der Zuflucht und des Widerstands für Schwarze Europäer_innen. Biskayani konnten sich die EU-Bürger_innenschaft erkämpfen, doch die komplette Abtrennung vom europäischen Festland, das Biskaya für seine R --- Sound good? Visit the blog to read more! (generated by the community Linux server at www.tildecow.com)

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