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Dr Sunday Swift
. Academic in Dandyism, masculinity, fashion, culture, Gothic & TV. D/deaf. Ambidextrous ambisexual ambivert. Animal pics will appear.
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Pasold Research Fund 14h
Great funded PhD opportunity for historians ‘Emigrant Irishwomen and Dundee’s Textile Industry, c. 1830-1930.’
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Dr Sunday Swift 6h
AKA the episode that made me think Geordie was kind of a creep.
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Dr Sunday Swift 9h
Replying to @CastNuri
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Dr Sunday Swift 9h
Replying to @CastNuri
Really? Thanks for the tip! Good excuse to go into town!
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Dr Sunday Swift 9h
Replying to @ChuckWendig
The novel I'm working on right now is based off a scrapped short story I wrote about 15 years ago.
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
They're very similar! This is ultimate goal (for pretty much life, aesthetics and love in general).
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
they really suit you :)
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
You're not wrong.
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
It's been impossible to tell the difference between Onion and Press headlines for a couple years now.
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
also your glasses in your profile pic are adorable. Where did you get them?
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
I'm fighting a tidal wave with a mop! 🤣
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
everyone who said that to me, I was like 'okay, get a cup of tea, siddown. I'll walk you through why this is such a disaster.'
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri @Starmongoose
A toxic inversion of American's tendency to only remember/glorify battles lost. Also unhealthy.
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
Same. Also my reaction when the Conservatives formed a coalition with the DUP and people here said 'DUP can't be that bad if I've never heard from them.' Basically, this is just my permeant reaction with people for ...everything.
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Dr Sunday Swift 10h
Replying to @CastNuri
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Dr Sunday Swift Nov 17
Replying to @cliothemuse
We can also agree on this. And don't worry, I didn't think this was coming from a negative or cold place of judgement. Yes, these things can be frequent. But far less frequent than people assume, and very often as an affect, not a root cause.
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Dr Sunday Swift Nov 17
Replying to @cliothemuse
That we can certainly agree on. I've never met anyone who *chose* to be homeless. The assumption that people choose or deserve to be there is a very, very dangerous one indeed.
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Dr Sunday Swift Nov 17
Replying to @cliothemuse
I get it, and I agree to a very large extent. I'm just saying that this very assumption is what kept me on the streets for so long.
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Dr Sunday Swift Nov 17
Replying to @cliothemuse
I do have physical disabilities that led to severe depression whilst this was going on. But point is, there are often dozens of mitigating factors and often these issues (mental/physical health, disability, substance etc) come up as a result of being homeless, not other way.
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Dr Sunday Swift Nov 17
Replying to @cliothemuse
Agree with everything you've said except this point. I was homeless at several points, wasn't for these reasons.1st time: my parent did not earn enough to take care of me, but earnt 'too much' to qualify for help from gov't. 2nd: string of bad luck, I earnt 'too much' to qualify.
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