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class considerations

I attended a high school as a white minority

I am not a white minority

I am a middle class American

I am not a middle class American

I am not a protestant from Northern Ireland

I am a protestant from Northern Ireland

my parents were poor immigrants

my parents are not poor immigrants

I am not good with my hands

I am good with my hands

I am white collar

I am not white collar

Comments

Jing-yueh said…
check out my blogger n tell me what you think of it pls.
Chris Vitiello said…
this planet is BIG, marcus
Anonymous said…
I am not I
postpran said…
Yes indeed a big planet. And small pleasures can feel fucking great . . . like finding a decent interent cafe.

Jing-Yueh: nice blog!!

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