Do you agree with the comments about White people that were made in this particular instance? I'm surprised I got attacked by Abagond. The other commenters were shocking, but not necessarily surprising. Abagond, however, always portrayed himself as above that kind of ignorance.
Less than ten minutes in and he knew Hutch had been right. Hutch was so often right - The reaffirmed stereotypes in the boondocks so many things. If Hutch had been here at this moment, beside him, he would happily concede to him on this point.
Happily concede and reach out for a steadying hand because any moment now Starsky knew with utmost certainty that he was going to find the ground coming up to meet his face.
A hot shaft of pain brought his flagging pace to a complete standstill and he doubled over clutching desperately at his side. He squeezed his eyes shut against his tunneling vision as blood thundered in his head and nausea roiled in his gut.
Oh fuck — not now — not here in the middle of some public place…stay with it…stay with it. You can't go down here.
Hutch will know straight away what you were doing But he was losing the battle with consciousness and he knew he was going to pass out if he didn't get his body down and fast. Two more steps and a side-sways stagger brought him alongside a grassy embankment and he fell ungracefully into a heap, the hard fall barely registering through the clenching grip of agony.
The blazing fire in his side continued to flare and he lay still trying to breathe through the cramping hold of its spasm. OK — so obviously he was as Hutch had so knowingly predicted, not yet ready to put his recuperating body through the paces of a run.
He cursed again to the blue sky above — filled with self-disgust and disappointment that his treacherous body had yet again failed him. Two full weeks since they'd arrived here, more than two weeks since he'd been discharged from hospital and still he was a total crock!
He and Hutch had been holed up here in this gingerbread town and he had done nothing more physically taxing than tag along with Hutch on some of his nature exploring forays into the local forest near the house. These gentle walks could hardly be termed "hikes" because whenever Hutch knew Starsky was accompanying him he kept the pace to less than a crawl and the inclines zero.
The fact that he knew that Hutch would have wanted nothing more than to set off of a physically challenging cross- country hike and instead opted for a geriatric stroll, irked Starsky even more.
God he hated being weak. Hated how his physical and mental fabric had worn thinner and thinner over the past weeks, the very substance of him wearing away to gossamer thin fragility.
His body and mind were going stir crazy with cabin fever and when he'd announced last night that he was going to take his sorry body out for its first run in God knew how long, he was ready for the sermon that he knew would be forthcoming from his zealous partner.
Hutch didn't hold back. He had put up his usual heavy blockade whenever Starsky talked about what he perceived as trying to "punish" himself.
Not that Starsky could see how the mere mention of a simple run could be termed as self punishment - but Hutch would find a way to turn it into something akin to Starsky's need to flagellate himself psychologically.
In fact it was the same reaction Hutch let forth whenever Starsky talked about anything that involved radical measures to break free of the suffocating hold that Ryan Lancaster had taken on his life.
In these first two weeks since they had been forced to take refuge in this quaint semi-rural "safe house", Starsky had explored and examined quite a few ways to shake the demon that was Ryan from his mind and body.
Most of them had been simply talk, and as he and Hutch both probably knew represented coping mechanisms - albeit drastic ones. Christ help him, he needed something to cope with the memories and the images that flooded his brain and terrorized his sleep.
Despite his better judgement and despite the damaging effect it had on his Hutch's own emotional well-beinghe'd used sick humor and bitter self recrimination in massive doses, alluding to what he wanted to do with or to himself to purge his inner torment.
None of it was pretty and all of it terrified Hutch.“The Boondocks” began as a comic strip created by Aaron McGruder that followed the Freeman family after they moved into a largely white neighborhood in Chicago. McGruder used the strip to satirically comment on class schisms.
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We're not saying to cut to the bone and throw people out on to the streets.
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What we're saying is that there are areas that you haven't touched, like do we have to spend $, on a NAFTA dog-and-pony show which basically reaffirmed your government's position and served no one's ends? These are the types of things we really get upset about. Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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