Tag: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

I am experienced enough

I think about this scene where Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doing this speaking into existence thing from the documentary Knock Down the House all the time, particularly when I feel I do not deserve good stuff or I feel terribly nervous about embarking on new things. I may also have been practically shoving this link to […]

Robots are not coming for your job

I had been watching this anime series on Netflix called Aggretsuko, which tells of Retsuko, a seemingly timid office worker (anthromorphised by a character of a red panda) who goes to karaoke after work to belt out metal songs out to her heart’s content whenever she’s stressed. She briefly dated a tech mogul (anthromorphised by […]

Against neutrality

The New York Times recently posted an article on Hope Hicks, who was one of the best-known but least visible former members of Trump’s White House staff, facing what is called “an existential crisis — whether to comply with a congressional subpoena”. The article frames its narrative as Hicks having to face her crime before […]

Where can you do the most good?

I still could not recover from how much I love the Netflix documentary Knock Down The House. It follows the journey of four women who decided to challenge their long-term incumbents and made headlines in the 2018 United States midterm elections. As a big fan of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), I am glad to see her […]

More time creating art?

Busy day again! And it looks like it is about to be this hectic everyday until mid-April until I submit my first three chapters to my advisor as promised. Sharing some reads from the past few days here. On trying to talk openly about financial insecurity, in a world where talking openly about financial insecurity […]