2. The claim, either personally or societally, that certain things are inevitable and nothing can be done about them, when in fact they are things that happen because they are made to happen. The most common manifestation of this is in economics, where laissez-faire wonks defend this or that heinous social consequence by saying "well, that's just the market at work, there's nothing you can do about it", when, in fact, 'the market' is not some magical preternatural thing that long predated the arrival of humanity on earth and will be here long after the sun sputters out. 'The market' is a thing, made by people, which operates according to decisions that people conceive and execute, and while one can always make the argument that one shouldn't interfere with its workings (although, of course, it doesn't run without people), one can't make the argument that one can't. The personal version of this is a variant of the statement "well, that's just the way I am, and you can't change the way people are". Although everyone's been guilty of this, myself included, it's nonsense. Of course you can change the way you are. People do it all the time. If you don't want to change the way you are, fine; but don't claim it's impossible.
3. White women especially, but anyone generally, wearing fuzzy blue Kangols. Seriously, cut that shit out.