Among other things. This is somewhat disorganized, but obviously passionate.
You may have caught the story on the Jez mainpage about a wealthy woman who posted a craigslist ad for a woman’s study tutor for her 22 year old son. Ruth Graham of Slate decided to follow up the story in a reporterly way and discovered that the entire thing is the trolling of a prolific online harasser of women.
This clearly isn’t a kid problem, and I don’t see how this happens without the tacit (or express) approval from adults.
It’s starting to look like Bernie, who perhaps over spoke when saying the Pope invited him to speak at the Vatican, may have pursued the invitation and from the wrong person.
Hello to everyone. I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are experiencing a wonderful start to the New Year.
Tony Zhou’s Every Frame a Painting. I know a lot of people have seen these before, but they’re always riveting. Some of my favorites.
If this had simply been the biography of a man described by contemporaries as the greatest soldier and general of his era — the French Revolution and early Republic — it would have been enough. If it had simply been the biography of the father of one of Europe’s greatest novelists (Alexandre Dumas pere), it would have…
Different column name, but a clear continuation. It’s not really surprising considering how popular BCO was.
One of his reviews “as a mom” read a little too copy-speak for me, so I clicked the link and sure enough, he only has five star reviews. Take a look at his “about”. One wonders why such a successful business man would need to scrounge around for paid reviews, but here we are.
Kastle, this goes great with sitting half dressed on a couch while drinking spiked coffee. (Not that I’m jealous or anything.)
We’re going to want to keep active in Backtalk Village, so it’s time to start thinking about what programs and facilities we want for the Sports & Rec Center.
This is some Usual Suspects or Inception shit.
I guess you could say Russian ballets are my own personal sub-them of the week.
Gorgeous music. Gorgeous dancing. Love at first sight.
Everyone remember this gem? He was highly active in the comments and I know some of you were down there with me. There was some good bonding among the ladies.
Hess’ main point is that this child was not actually famous before he died, but now media outlets are bizarrely treating him as if he had been. There’s plenty to unpack there, but she also points out some plain inaccuracies and hypocrisies, and singles out Sam Biddle’s coverage.
She produced a video with BuzzFeed called “What If Women Talked Like Men in the Workplace.” I’m not a fan of her politics, but I am very glad that she’s a visible candidate on the Republican field.
Snax’ post about who we would cast to play gods got me thinking. The most Zeus-like character I’ve ever seen/read is easily Tony Soprano. Yes, I’m serious.