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4/2/15
5:19 PM
5

I wish they would keep their natural horse hoof flavor.

4/2/15
4:43 PM
70

Probably the best book. Not on this list. Though not surprised considering the liberal bias in these sites.

4/2/15
3:09 PM
93

Oh dude. I hear you. My boss actually called me a “den mother”. I’m the GM of a consulting company. I get asked about cookies and Christmas cards all the time. I also found out a year into the job that I was getting paid less than a male subordinate and was given a raise to just barely more than him in exchange for Read more

4/2/15
2:41 PM
634

I work for a big utility company in a technical position, and I am one of 6 women in a group of over 30 people. The majority of the company’s 23,000 employees are male, and the overwhelming majority of women in the company work in administrative support, clerical, or other non-technical roles. The culture can be Read more

4/1/15
7:31 PM
7

If you haven't, do read Jeremy Scahill's "Blackwater." A few years old, but a brilliant, detailed look at the rise of Blackwater and other PMCs, and the massacre at Nisour Square.

4/1/15
7:29 PM
81

This article has some interesting ideas, but way overstates its case. Clearly the concept of a chemical imbalance isn't entirely a "myth"—the article itself suggests some version of it ("chemical imbalance—lite") may well be correct. Obviously, any full theory of depression should attend to its causes, but treatments Read more

4/1/15
4:59 PM
7

Gene Wolfe? Anyone who features a torturer as his hero isn't precisely light and fluffy. I suppose it can be considered SF instead of fantasy, but there's not a lot of science anywhere—the Urth of the New Sun is all pretty fantastic. Soldier in the Mist is definitely fantasy and, again, dark. Read more

4/1/15
11:23 AM
16

That same Dragon Magazine (which I lost in a move, sob), had some great other magic items: Read more