This isn't a hot and dissenting take. It's a boring, old, colonialist one. Languages don't die—they are killed, either by exterminating the people who speak them, by forcible assimilation, or by imposing a political and economic order that forces people to abandon their language.
absolutely wild that it’s “just a few bad apples” yet those bad apples seem to be in every city, every state, across the country, are international, canada and the uk are filled w em too, and they always do the cruelest, most violent shit
In the worst case of touch grass known to man, I just picked up an item in Tesco thinking I needed it and walked around with it in my basket for 5 full minutes before realising that I needed it to finish a quest in Yakuza: Like A Dragon, not for something in my actual real life.