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I have recently become a father to a sassy and spry almost 3 year-old cat named Goldie — or you can call her Miss Locks if you’re nasty. Goldie has a specific affinity for green-colored feathers and the most blood-curdling meow on the East Coast. I could make a joke that it’s been a cat-tastrophe or that I’m not feline it, but in all honesty, I think I’ve done feral-ly well. Raising such a beautiful creature has its trials and tribulations and hopefully, in sharing them with you, I can aid you in what it’s like to raise a teenage cat child of your own.
Hey mommy! How are you? I’m sorry I have not written to you since the final exam crisis of spring 2019. I still have not quite recovered from O’Brien’s final exam, but I honestly don’t know if I ever will. Nonetheless, I have a new development to complain about to you. We need to discuss this unpaid internship.
I am a trashcan. I am a beautiful trashcan, always clean and composed, basically I’m better than you. I have a body made of a stiff metal mesh that allows one to see the bag inside and the shadow of its contents. I originated from a land called T-A-R-G-E-T. Ever heard of it? It is an exotic land, you probably couldn’t afford to visit there. Also, I have done a lot of traveling for a trashcan. This is the story of the grandest adventure of my garbage life.
In regards to the recent New York Times and ProPublica article, “‘You Are Still Black’: Charlottesville’s Racial Divide Hinders Students,” by Erica L. Green and Annie Waldman, I appreciate the message and point brought on the issue of racism in public schools — it is a starting conversation around a real issue that plagues America. However, the article does not adequately call for a change of the systematic racism that exists in public schools throughout the U.S.