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white Turkish Jew living on lək̓ʷəŋən traditional territory.

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Is your child tooting about ?

CW: Captain Wentworth

BTW: Ball this weekend

LOL: Long overdue letters

OMG: Old married gentleman

ICYMI: Immense castle you may inherit

STFU: Scoundrels take flirtation unseriously

DM: Darcy’s manners

IDGAF: If dull gentlemen acquire fortunes

IMHO: I married him, obviously

LMAO: Lydia molested an officer

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I was looking at a local Black photographer’s site to pick something appropriate to share for , and found a profile he did of my friend Parker, before we knew each other. There’s a short and expectedly sad interview about the lived experience of racism in a very white city, and some beautifully executed portraits of a good looking fellow: https://www.profilingblackexcellence.com/parker . And of course the rest of the series is just as good.

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Tomorrow morning (Friday) at 9AM, will be meeting at Union St & 18th and clearing the protected bike lane of leaves, moving east towards MLK. A member of the group called for it because it's still a mess. It might be a bit drizzly but we'll see. I'll have a snow shovel, a wide broom and a rake, plus some spare gloves and some garbage bags for actual trash (leaves we'll probably pile up out of the way the best we can).

Join us here: https://groups.google.com/g/seattle-street-fixers

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