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    i help every body, im not racist, i keep myself nice, and when i ask for a single re-tweet in return i am told to fuck off, fuck myself, etc

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    wint

  2. So, first of all, I do want to acknowledge my economic privilege. My parents worked hard as hell to give me a nice home and a GREAT education: private high school, an Ivy League college. Those are amazing assets in the labor market. I was indeed born on third base.

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    Megan McArdle

  3. First of all I want to acknowledge my privilege. My mother worked hard to provide me with a safe environment in West Philadelphia, which enabled me to spend most of my youth on the playground, chilling out and shooting basketball outside of my school. I was blessed.

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    derek davison

    But then in my teens, two men began frequenting our hitherto safe neighborhood, and let's just say their intentions were not wholesome. I struggled to avoid their malign influence, but to no avail. Things turned violent.

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    derek davison

    Now, here again I have to acknowledge privilege. Not everyone has an auntie and uncle living in Bel-Air who are in a position to take them in. But did I want to go? Of course not! I pleaded with my mother to let me stay! But she was determined to send me away, and she was right.

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    derek davison

    So, resigned to my fate, I turned on my Microsoft Zune, which makes a phenomenal Christmas gift for any audiophiles on your list by the way, and headed off to Bel-Air.

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    derek davison

  4. Consider: at this point I was completely broke! I was TERRIFIED! What if I got sick, or worse, ran out of Himalayan cooking salts? It was only by embracing the virtues of thrift and hard work that I was able to get by on the four figure weekly allowance my uncle provided.

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    derek davison

  5. These were desperate times. I saved what I could. Instead of Le Creuset I bought Lodge. Instead of All Clad, Calphalon. These choices were borne out of financial desperation! I learned important lessons in those days that can apply no matter what your specific situation.

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    derek davison

    Anyway, I hope this story helps my young followers understand the value of sacrifice. Thanks for reading.

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    derek davison

    OK, I'm already getting tweets from detractors telling me to "f off," "f myself," etc. This is dangerous and unacceptable. You don't know what it was like! My life got flipped! Turned upside down! So much for empathy on the left I guess.

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    derek davison

  6. He is doing fresh Prince of bel aire in the style of megan mcardle

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    gokuboner69

    Noun Verber

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    wint @dril
    i help every body, im not racist, i keep myself nice, and when i ask for a single re-tweet in return i am told to fuck off, fuck myself, etc

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    printx0r

    🌏centrist classically liberal social democrat🌹

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    Megan McArdle @asymmetricinfo
    So, first of all, I do want to acknowledge my economic privilege. My parents worked hard as hell to give me a nice home and a GREAT education: private high school, an Ivy League college. Those are amazing assets in the labor market. I was indeed born on third base.

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    gwarUF

    Karl Spackler: bourgeois varmints beware

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