now i got all of my “whining about shit i can’t change” done; i can get back to accepting today’s arbitrary punishment of: my body is very susceptable to temperature variation, but wearing warm things that put slightly too much weight on me, makes me rapidly lose stamina/strength
it’s kinda just a continuation of life dealing out arbitrary punishment to me. i just have to accept all of it and suffer under the burden of trying to exist as a severely ill, disabled person. i’m really so incredibly over this already, but it will continue for as long as i live
in total i think it is like 15-20 tiny programs that are part of my shell prompt or get involved multiple times a day as part my email+calendar and overall organization. they all do incredibly simple things that require little to no maintenance ever.
cuz you can bet your ass that as soon as the crisis is over, all the work done as to convenience the still healthy and abled people is going to be disregarded and forgotten regardless how useful it was in ways that weren’t intended. you know, the ways it benefits marginalized ppl
so meanwhile i’m going to spend all of my time being 1000% furious and angry at the arbitrary “convenience” measures the healthy, abled people are going to make so they can be allowed to live in hermetically sealed bubbles for the duration of the crisis.
it’s quite something to be told that your only value to the org is as a conveniently located “abled” body.
but, yes, this is totally a matter of protecting the health of the workers. the workers you were so concerned about to selectively avoid hiring vunerable folks originally.
hi, i'm demi. i have an undiagnosed illness (causing peripheral neuropathy), and suffer from severe chronic pain.
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