I'm still not completely sure whether I'm autistic, but for the last few months I've been trying out assuming that I am autistic, and I've found that everything makes much more sense that way. And maybe that's all that really matters.

(By the way, I do have the SEEKRIT KOAD to enter the chat rooms; I just can't find the rooms themselves or the place where I should type in said KOAD to enable me to enter. One further question: where are the meditations archives, etc.?)

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Plus and also, where are the chat rooms? I don't see any way to access them via the Patreon app on my phone, nor from the main page at theliturgists.com (which seems to only enable you to sign up and pay, but not to log in). Signed, Confused.

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Greeting, / earthlings. I just became a patron of The Liturgists on Patreon. Now I'm confused. Does this give me the ability to log in to theliturgists.com on the web and access communities, podcasts, Sunday Thing, etc., from there? Or must I go through the app on my phone? And if so, how do I find All The Things (tm)? Thanks.

#GNU Memorials for May 9 

Memorials for those who died on May 9th and 10th in this and previous years:
GNU Little Richard 🎵 🍦
GNU Friedrich Schiller, poet.
GNU Leopold Figl, Austrian antiNazi.
GNU Walter Reuther, labor leader.
GNU Paul Revere, revolutionary.
GNU Shel Silverstein, author and illustrator.
And always:
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield.
GNU Natalie Nguyen.

a thin red line flag with "communist lives matter" on the red line

#GNU memorials May 7-8 

Memorials to those who died on May 7th and 8th in past years:

GNU Paul Popham, AIDS activist.
GNU Antoine Lavoisier, chemist and victim of the death penalty.
GNU Rudolf Serkin, musician.
GNU Larry Levis, poet.
GNU Maurice Sendak, gone to where the wild things are.

#GNU Memorials May 6th 

GNU Christine Kirch, astronomer.
GNU Alexander von Humboldt, naturalist.
GNU L. Frank Baum 🧙
GNU Henry David Thoreau, philosopher.
GNU Maurice Maeterlinck, playwright.
GNU Maria Montessori, educator.
GNU Zhou Zuoren, author and reformer.
GNU Ezra Jack Keats, author and illustrator.
GNU Marlene Dietrich, actor.
And always:
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield.
GNU Natalie Nguyen.

Memorials 

For May 5:
Bret Harte, author.
GNU Bobby Sands, Irish hunger striker and UK MP.
GNU Irving Howe, democratic socialist writer.
GNU Mikhail Botvinnik, chess world champion and computer scientist.
GNU Walter Sisulu, prisoner of conscience and anti-apartheid activist.
And always:
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield.
GNU Natalie Nguyen.

🤕 oof, bad day to be a salt consumer

saltexploit.com/

Looks like salt has unwittingly distributed a WORM and is now being subject to crypto-mining backdoors, which is anyones guess what the actual use of these will be for...

#exploit #salt #supplychainpoison

Happy ! The date on which (as one wag put it) a smaller Mexican force defeated the French army, back when "defeating the French army" was actually something to brag about.

50th anniversary of Kent State massacre 

"Four dead in Ohio":

Allison Krause, Jeffrey Miller, Sandra Scheuer, William Schroeder

#GNU, Memorials 

Memorials for May 3:

GNU Christine Jorgensen, transgender advocate
GNU The Executed Leaders of the Irish Easter Rebellion
GNU Thorvald Stauning, Danish anti-fascist statesman
GNU Wally Schirra, astronaut

And always
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield
GNU Natalie Nguyen

#Memorials 

For May 2:

Leonardo da Vinci.
GNU Bob Clampett, animator and social critic.

And always:
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield.
GNU Natalie Nguyen.

Happy International Labor Day, May 1st!

How will YOU seize the means of production today?

#GNU / #Jahrzeit #memorials 

("GNU" is a term used in some of the novels of Sir Terry Pratchet [GNU], meaning approximately "remember this always." These posts are memorials to a few people worthy of on the anniversaries of their deaths.)

For May 1st:

GNU Adelaide Walters, peace and social justice activist.
GNU Jonathan Howes, city planner and public servant.
GNU Antonin Dvořák, musician.
GNU Spike Jones, musician.

And always:
GNU Elizabeth Whitfield.
GNU Natalie Nguyen.

uspol, ukjournalism, despair, Hemingway 

How many times have we read these exact words over the past 3 years?

"...the president’s weekend tweetstorm, ... even by Trumpian standards, was spectacularly unhinged."

This time it refers to the "Noble Prize" tweets and comes from Arwa Mahdawi of The Guardian, who (like all her predecessors) seems to think that *this* *time* Trump is "unravelling" to the point where he's *losing* *his* *supporters*!!!!!!1!!!(tm)

Yes, isn't it pretty to think so?

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