I think a lot of people interpret the story in a manner that reaches the opposite conclusion. 15+ years on since I read Into the Wild, I find the moral of the story ambiguous. It certainly evokes sadness, though.
Michael Kors used to sell this leg shimmer thing that was genius - came in a deodorant stick format, and you used it to shine up your legs with an extremely subtle tint and sparkle. It was discontinued YEARS ago, but I’ve been hording the last few sticks I have because it’s amazing in the summer and when I’m too… Read more
I loved Al Franken. I thought he was a dynamite Senator. And I believe a double standard was applied to him with regards to how charges like this are considered against Democrats like Franken and Republicans like, oh, I don’t know, our sitting President. I was sorry to see him go. I don’t think he’s a bad person, and… Read more
Welcome to my haterade party. Who listened to Jill Stein and thought “We need this in the Democratic primary, but with no plans, even less qualifications, and more tinfoil”?
Starred to share your frustration about my one of my favs Stephen. There’s something deeply galling about Williamson... Moonbeam chutzpah BS!
Why are we (CNN) giving these women a forum? And not disclosing how close they already are to Trump’s campaign introduces more bias. This isn’t a cross section of plain old white women. These women may not be representative of what the white women who voted for him are now thinking about his recent tweets. THOSE are… Read more
I was very unpopular in middle school and high school. I still have a lot of rage about the bullying, I just broke a pen cap thinking about it. I remember this one time in math class two boys sitting behind me decided to have a conversation to humiliate me, just loud enough so that I could hear. Hur hur, Pink Ears is… Read more