FeistLab
FeistLab
9/9/16
9:37 PM
22

4 months off? They get 4 months to research and work on their publications. Plus they have graduate students to advise, duties towards the university, conferences to organize/attend and grant applications to write. The real money comes only as a full professor, after you’ve spent years working evenings and weekends to

9/6/16
10:57 PM
3

Pros: The results last longer than shaving or Nair.

9/1/16
5:34 PM
32

I love my name (Daniel) because my mother told me that I was originally going to be named James, but about a week before I was born my grandmother (her mother-in-law, who happened to love the name James) did something to piss her off and she named me Daniel out of spite towards my grandmother.

8/25/16
11:37 AM
74

Questionable taste in authors aside, apparently Amber’s type is “middle-aged rich dudes who are astounded by her literacy”.

8/20/16
3:26 PM
686

I say that if pursuing this calling helps her feel better, then we leave her be. She’s not likely to convince anyone of anything, nor harm anyone else.

8/19/16
10:47 AM
13

Yes, and of course you understand exactly how the Judiciary Branch and criminal law works in Brazil. Except you don't.

8/17/16
3:42 PM
282

The first. The latter is perfectly fair, provided she’s naturally producing the testosterone.

8/11/16
12:21 PM
59

Well, in my case there was an eyewitness at the bar and more witnesses to my response, which absolutely should have been enough to get him booted. I suspect there would also have been video footage, but the hotel never bothered to look because the police never bothered to ask.

8/9/16
10:20 AM
418

Not sending people to prison for non-violent crimes is not that radical an idea, actually.

7/29/16
10:33 AM
439

What a coincidence! It just so happens that there’s virtually always something objectionable about the voices of women who speak up in public. I’m sure it has nothing to do with internalized sexism. Just like how women are criticized for every vocal trait imaginable—saying “like” too much, upspeak, vocal fry—while men