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Alan Bostick

The thing about the sort of privilege you're talking about is that you, Badgerbag, are also using it in just the same way when you're tracking down family members of people displaced by Katrina or Rita. And you used it in spades when you were working in the Astrodome for their sake.

We can't put our privilege aside. We can be more aware when we use it, and use it more often in support of people who don't have it.

badgerbag

I tell myself that, and hope it's true, and it's better than nothing. But I'm not sure it's true or right!

Dixie

While I fear I'm going to sound like some fatalistic kook (as opposed to just a garden variety kook), there's going to be a virus that comes on the scene that's going to be way worse than they - the "they" that seems to run everything - can dream about and personal survival is going to depend on whether you work and beg and scrounge for what you need or you listen to the "they" and how we need to just line up and follow their rules.

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