“More Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money” and other Twinks…

the kinte space [KinteSpace] More Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money [minds.com] @tamtamsworld

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Revealed: the 30-year economic betrayal dragging down Generation Y’s income [gu.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] William Leidesdorff: One of the First Black Millionaires of California [blackthen.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] Plastic-Eating Bacteria Could Help Clean Up Waste [science.slashdot.org]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Cloud seeding used to coax more rain during SoCal storms [abc7.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Unpublished Black Asian History [wp.me] via @gritsnsushi @another_africa

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Black Intellectuals Have Sold Their Souls [empathyeducates.org] @forcolorednerds

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] German state elections: Success for the right-wing party [dw.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Google’s War Against the Homeless in Los Angeles [yashalevine.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Not a Black Chair: racism, sexism, and discrimination at Squarespace [medium.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] In the Land of Fantasy, Inequality is Benign [sites.duke.edu]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] “The Mediterranean Sea was mostly filled in less than two years in a dramatic flood around 5.33 million years ago” [phy.so]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Flooded 16th century church resurfaces in Mexico due to drought [telegraph.feedsportal.com]

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Marget Flury [MargetFlury] These Are The Most Hate-Filled Colleges In America, According to Twitter: According to Twitter statistics, th… [bit.ly]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] The Fed caused 93% of the entire stock market’s move since 2008 [finance.yahoo.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Everything You Know About Artificial Intelligence Is Wrong [gizmodo.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] when THE SOURCE outsold ROLLING STONE [youtube.com] @megafunkmega

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] Riot breaks out in Alabama prison, inmates armed with swords [thegrio.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Director Melvin Van Peebles Says Responding to Police Brutality is Not Complicated [blackstarnews.com]

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Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “Training in statistics, linear algebra and algorithmic thinking is more relevant for today’s educated workforce” [wsj.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] super unpopular deep Blackness: poverty/war forces one to dream of another universe to worship alienation

the kinte space [KinteSpace] super unpopular deep Blackness: white Egyptologists would celebrate a “flourishing” of literature AFTER the Old Kingdom

the kinte space [KinteSpace] super unpopular deep Blackness: this “flourishing” could actually be an indicator of cultural decline, ‘spiritual materialism’

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] ONLY 2 BLACK OWNED GROCERY STORES LEFT – [bit.ly] via @buyblkeconomics & @bbnomics @overcookedvegan

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the rasx() way with words: the difference between listening and hearing

Listening is for subordinates and hearing is for human consciousness. Since you probably know that a Black guy is writing this, let’s start with William Shakespeare, his Othello Act 2, Scene 1:

William Shakespeare, his Othello Act 2, Scene 1

We can see that list me translates into listen to me. What this is saying is, “Hey! Get ready for a list of items I am going to dump into your memory! I fully expect to get these items back from you, fully processed, at a later time!” Now, in my pre-millennial Black world, children were trained to listen by memorizing a list of items they must get at the local grocery store for their mother (who would likely beat the child for forgetting anything). Do you notice a trend here? Listening is shit out of slavery! It is a weapon of warfare! To put it in more millennial terms, the invocation of listening is imperative.

There are all kinds of people who do not listen to other people. In my experience, it is the dread of the cognitive load that stops people from even starting to listen to me. In fact, I notice I often teach people to be averse to the sound of my voice because it means work! Simultaneously, almost every “love of my life” has exclaimed something about me “never” listening to them. In my experience, it seems more natural, casual and perceptual to hear people. I often hear a person by listening to them once (but I’ve failed to continually and ritualistically communicate that this single event actually happened).

Here, in the rasx() context, hearing is declarative. I always hear other people—I often do not listen to them. Hearing is part of the process of constructing a ‘conceptual model’ of another person. I do agree that another person may be “unknowable” but this does not mean they cannot be modelled. Racial stereotyping is the worst kind of conceptual modelling—I would prefer to build a model and share it (declare it) with the other consenting person. One would assume that the consenting person must be an adult but I’ve done this sort of thing with children.

My models of children are simple. Children have always been what the documentary (or reality TV show) camera is now: little, playful observers, absorbing things to be processed (often through play) later. So, before they open their mouth to speak, I am ready to hear them within a conceptual model related to this playful absorption. Within my modelling, children hold the promise (or threat) of taking all of this stuff they absorbed over the years and using it (vigorously) for constructive/destructive purposes. These models ‘control’ how I approach children. In the context of listening, the need for control mostly lies with the person being approached with the list—the onus is on them to carefully remember details.

So it is understandable that a listening-biased person (which should be almost everyone in Western/imperial society) would assume that “bad listeners” are careless—they don’t care about you. This could be mostly true but it may be a great and wise thing to check for whether this “careless” person hears you—especially when this person is not doing work for hire.

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When I told her I was the ‘greatest man’ she ever met…

Time is running out in general and the constructions of our childhoods must be put away. When you see what appear to be grown-ass Americans, talking about their “girlfriend” or their “boyfriend” then what you are seeing is both truth and lies. You are seeing people—grown-ass people—still operating under childhood constructs yet at the same time they consider themselves respectable adults, deserving of our envy.

Here is how you earn my sincere and deep envy: you have devoted community-connections like these people and you have the collective economic power of these people—and you are living this lifestyle over the age of 40 with vibrant friends over the age of 30 (actually 40). When you are unable to balance these “extremes” then your lifestyle is yours and it should be sufficient for you—and that sufficiency should not include other people (like me) needing to be envious of you.

There’s a line in this Bootsy song you probably never heard of (because you are too young) or you’ve forgotten (because you are weak in your old age) when the brother says:

Get on down Bootsy! Get on down you mutha!

You see that’s an efficient expression of envy and admiration at the same time. (You notice how I purposely associate efficiency and Blackness? —“uncomfortable” for you?) These are things that Black people do. We make “contradictory” statements for the sake of poetic efficiency. This is Blues talk. Here is a classic line:

I been your dog ever since I been your man.

You see, white people of all skin colors? That’s a poetic, “contradictory” statement. What I’ve noticed about Blues men is that they can be dismissed as simpletons (who really can play a guitar)—or they are not dismissed from sitting on your stairs:

She said come on in now, Jimmy…

So I was having a voice conversation with a professionally-renowned, talented, sexy, bright Black woman (who is older than 40)—this is a woman that I have known off and more off for over 20 years. First of all, she has stopped picking up the phone when I call her—but I still would call on occasion out of disrespect for myself. You see, kids, at a certain age you stop picking up the phone not because you have something “better” to do. You stop picking up the phone because you get tired of running over the same shitty-but-infertile ground over and over again…

A phone call from me lately will likely be that same shitty conversation. You would do well to avoid it (you think). But the very point of my call is about how well you are doing (in view of time running out). Here’s the thesis statement in the wrong part of this paragraph: “poor” people get out of touch with each other usually because they are tired of realizing through interactions with others that they are “poor.” (On the other hand, “rich” people love to get in contact with you and each other because they want to be reminded of how “rich” they are.) In my world, because of the Blackness, most of the people with whom I’ve had those long-time friendships are “poor” (many of them made to be poor)—and, unlike my Negro counterparts, I did not go “colorblind” and replace these “losers” with “rich” (often younger and dumber) people. In racial terms, this would be the gentrification of friendship.

Back to the voice conversation with one of my “poor friends”—I eventually got angry with her picking up the phone and talking to me (which sounds like a crazy “contradiction”). In my anger, I said to her, ‘I am the greatest man you ever met.’ (A social-suicidal/self-preservational attempt to end the conversation. Permanently.) She held herself together and responded, “You are a great man…” and she let the words trail off so I filled in the rest of what I assume she would say without speaking. I said (without speaking):

You are a great man but I have met men who are greater than you.

Now what I did actually say to her was that she should be busy with living her life, surrounded by great men and women—men and women clearly greater than I. Almost every time I would encounter her, the meeting should represent an interruption by brutish me. I should be slightly intruding on her great life filled with the radiance of at least one great person—a person greater than me.

This long-time friend of “mine” is too mature and economical to waste lies on me. She is not the kind of childish woman to put on too much makeup to conceal herself from people who don’t deserve the time it takes to sit in front of the mirror. So we both know that there is no one in her intimate, daily life at the moment (and many, many moments before that). Like most Black women with shitty-but-honorable jobs, her daily life is dominated by shitty, colorless authority figures—who should not be within 100 kilometers of my friend because of their barbarian toxicity. So, in context of her intimate, daily life I am the greatest man she has ever met—but I am not so ‘great’ that I can make all the shitty people go away.

So these ‘friendly’ phone calls from me are self-appointed wake-up calls. Too many black people on social media are young people—younger than 30. This is a 21st-century indicator of what has been happening en masse since the 1970s. What happens after 30 for black singles is largely a kind of self-imposed exile, a going into hiding—which from my (personal, family) point of view results in premature death. I am old enough to have seen the complete lifecycle of the black woman—and I am no longer pretty enough to play the court jester, pretending not to see what I think I am seeing because we are all young and carefree. What I am seeing are my friends slowly dying—along with myself—and not one “permission” article written by some millennial kid at blavity.com can help us.

So it should be no surprise that my conversational relationship with women is almost completely absent from my life at the moment (and many, many moments before this—as I have been over 40 for almost a decade). The young single women that I have had access to are boring and deeply misinformed—many of them subconsciously determined to have children rather than adult relationships invested in continual self-improvement. And the “old” single women within reach (typically) won’t pick up the phone because they are deeply informed (some of them “know” it’s too late for them after a lifetime of not-so-great habits—especially eating habits) and really don’t need a grey-haired wake-up call from me (which can be reduced to emotional abuse in many circumstances).

Actually, they do need the wake-up call from me because I am the greatest man they have ever met.

…These “contradictions” are so tiresome. I clearly claim that I am trying to ‘help’ people with evangelical behaviors that clearly encourage people to avoid me. And what’s worse is that the American need to be so evangelical about all of these secular, pseudo-scientific, shitty things is my personal pet peeve. So now I understand yet again why “poor” people drift apart and never talk to each other forever… We’ll only come together when some “rich” white guy gives us “permission” …in other words, “friends”… see you on Facebook—because I am not going to your 21st-century plastic Church.

So, while I have my own personal definition of pathetic (which is actually superior to my current situation), I am sure any red-blooded American—even the ladies I am referring to in these words slapped down here—would think I am engaging in more joking and I don’t really know what is sensual and naturally vital—as well as what is truly intellectual. What these people fail to hear from me (or anyone) is the Blues talk. I reserve the right to be serious and joking at the same time. I am both trying to be removed and present simultaneously:

I’m a million miles away… yet at the same time I’m right here…
In yo’ picture frame…

That sounds weird to you? Then you are also failing to understand what millions of sad people taking antidepressants are trying to do.

So, again, based on what you are reading here, I must be incapable of nuanced emotions and detecting the subtle signals from others. So clearly I can only feel the simple, brutish emotions like envy. In that case remember, I “envy” you when you have something that looks like this:

MOVE group photo

…with the collective economics dramatized by people standing in a kitchen that looks like this:

Black Silicon Valley

Not getting any envy energy from me may prompt you to assume a whole bunch of things except for what I am struggling to write down here.

Let me struggle with one more thing (wow, I haven’t blogged like this in a while). I must confess that I am a child of the radical 1970s. I truly assumed that economic class divides were a thing of the American past—especially among people of color. This could not be farther from the truth—my truth through personal experience. What this means, in terms of the black-women friends/contacts I’ve known for years, is that I’ve experienced two extremes (no middle class): I can ask a “poor” sister whether she owns a damn bicycle and I am suddenly under the impression that I am making her feel like how I would feel when a “rich” sister assumes I can just pick up a plane ticket to maybe have a coffee with her in a foreign country for a few minutes during her vacation.

I have learned the hard, hard way that ignoring the class roles/prisons people are seriously devoted to could end tragically. I think I can still be egalitarian but I will no longer insult myself in the process for the sake of the oppression of black people made confused by the evils of the Babylon System.

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] 20TH CENTURY MATHEMATICS – HARDY AND RAMANUJAN [storyofmathematics.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] “Kurt Klagsbrunn documented the life of Rio de Janeiro with an outsider’s sense of awe” [aperture.org] via @aperturefnd @elicianan

the kinte space [KinteSpace] The New Mind Control – The internet has spawned subtle forms of influence [aeon.co]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Who Knew? The Waterbed Was Invented by an Industrial Design Student Doing a Class Assignment [core77.com] @tamtamsworld

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] Mutant Yeast Are Cranking Out Pharma’s Next Superdrug [wired.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Men with breast cancer being failed as they are ‘treated like women’ @tamtamsworld [telegraph.feedsportal.com]

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Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “Zappos has fallen off the overall list for the first time in eight years” [fortune.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] The Seven Lessons of Marissa Mayer’s Loss of Command at Yahoo [forbes.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “How do the companies reinforce the idea that flexibility is open to all and not reserved for the few, …?” [nytimes.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Amazon is using scare tactics to deter employee theft [theverge.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “How the U.S. government inadvertently launched a $3 trillion industry.” [bloomberg.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Is Passive Investment Actively Hurting the Economy? [newyorker.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] A typo partially stopped hackers from stealing $1 billion from a Bangladesh bank [theverge.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Black Woman Engineer Launches ‘Blind’ Job Match App To Take Bias Out Of Tech Hiring via @forbes [forbes.com]

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Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] The Bike Wars Are Over, and the Bikes Won @ciclavia [nymag.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] America’s High School Graduates Look Like Other Countries’ High School Dropouts [wamc.org]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] English and Welsh teenage pregnancies – perception versus reality [visual.ons.gov.uk] @tamtamsworld

Maria Popova [brainpicker] What makes you and your childhood self the “same” person despite a lifetime of physical and psychological changes? [brainpickings.org]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] again I’ll choose to die slowly in solitude rather than have my ‘disapproval’ of the other (adult) regarded as an ignorant and abusive habit

the kinte space [KinteSpace] showing insecure-yet-narcissistic modern folk of African descent how great their ancestors were often makes them feel *more* inadequate

the kinte space [KinteSpace] this guy is taking forever! -what is wrong with him? @megafunkmega @tmrDevelops @another_africa [twitter.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] the most powerful skill a “smart” adult has is to change their behavior based on new information without co-dependence on a “life coach”

“It’s shameless financial strip-mining: How the 1 percent killed the middle class” and other Twinks…

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] Vandana Shiva on Int’l Women’s Day: “Capitalist Patriarchy Has Aggravated Violence Against Women” [democracynow.org] via @democracynow

the kinte space [KinteSpace] “women are often treated badly at tech meetups, and this makes some women feel unsafe” @tmrdevelops @iayori [jvns.ca]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Alex Davis: British Jews are sticking together at university, but is anti-semitism to blame? @tamtamsworld [telegraph.feedsportal.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Your Phone Was Made by Slaves [blog.longreads.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] Top tech CEOs reportedly join Republicans for secret meeting on private island [theverge.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Trump Tower Funded by Rich Chinese Who Invest Cash for Visas [bloomberg.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] overcoming condensation and mold in a winter #vanlife [youtube.com] @TamTamsWorld

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Five years later, Fukushima’s contamination is slow to fade [arstechnica.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] to be “professional” is share (profess) your findings/observations/research in a public setting

the kinte space [KinteSpace] when someone accuses you of being “unprofessional” oftentimes they are demanding that you keep secret what you have regarded as public

the kinte space [KinteSpace] a “professional” way to tell a co-worker to shut up is to suggest they are “unprofessional”

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Where I’ve Gone @monbiot [monbiot.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] We finally know how Mercury gets its dark gray color: an ancient carbon crust [theverge.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Black history basics: before the 1960s a riot in North America was primarily an opportunity for white mobs to destroy Black property.

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Black history basics: enslaved Africans were children or young adults who were SKILLED workers (rice cultivation, iron work, etc.)

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] October 20, 1669: Colonial Virginia Permits “Owners” to Kill Slaves [VIDEO] [blackthen.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] She wanted to do her research. He wanted to talk ‘feelings’ @tamtamsworld [nytimes.com]

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] “A ‘reproducibility crisis’ in psychology, and in many other fields, has now been well-established.” [slate.com] via @slate

the kinte space [KinteSpace] ep. #10 of @ForColoredNerds talk @AVAETC, “smudging” and SELMA [soundcloud.com] [amazon.com] [twitter.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] Interview with Dr. Bennet Omalu [startribune.com]

the kinte space [KinteSpace] still no reality TV show entitled “white dude has to tell you what I just told you”

the kinte space [KinteSpace] 2016 #OscarsSoWhite not a surprise when you consider white executive envy of Chinese near total control over mainland cinema @AVAETC

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the kinte space [KinteSpace] I may “act like” I’m getting praise and support every day but “acting” and looks can be deceiving.