DNA tests show I have Mongolian ancestors somewhere a very long way back. Just like everybody in my part of the world. N has them, too. Just like everybody in the US has some Native American DNA in some tiny proportion.
Should I bill myself as an Asian American at work or would it be very insane and quite offensive?
I know the answer but I wonder if everybody else does.
Senator Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA test that she said indicated she had Native American ancestry.
The test indicated the exact opposite, but OK.
Even Trump looks like “a very stable genius” next to some people. Not many but some.
What’s really obscene about the vulva scarf isn’t the look but the price. Although the look is kind of ratty.
We were informed today that if we are collaborating with any scholars at the Ben Gurion University in Israel, we should stop immediately and cease all contact with scholars there. There is also a list of universities in China and Iran we aren’t supposed to work with but does anybody know what’s up with Ben Gurion?
Not that I care about women’s sports, but here’s a fun development:
A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won a women’s world championship cycling event Sunday in California.
Even this kind of job is not safe from fluidity. These are the jobs that can’t be automated away but fluidity is still messing with them.
That’s not an accident. It’s a design. Everything must constantly be in doubt all the time.
Just as I started having hopes for her:
Senator Elizabeth Warren has released a DNA test that provides “strong evidence” she had a Native American in her family tree dating back 6 to 10 generations….
OK, she’s an idiot. Let’s move on.
Right now in my blogroll: yesterday a worker for Amnesty International was kidnapped in Russia, stripped naked, and brutalized. Does anybody care about him?
I’m guessing not so much.