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Esther Inglis-Arkell
estheringlis-arkell
Mar 17 2016
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That’s what everyone here said.

Mar 9 2016
7

I think that’s a kind idea, but most likely would drive people away from the site rather than inspire them to get help. I don’t know, though.

Feb 11 2016
14

That gif is so appropriate for this episode.

Feb 11 2016
22

My bet is it’s Sam, Ollie’s babymama.

Feb 11 2016
15

It reminds me of one of those old-lady quilted bathrobes.

Feb 3 2016
12

No, with these, technically Trump will only continue being as smart as he is right now. Read more

Jan 8 2016
9

Just got a response from the Head of Archives. It was done 200 years ago.

Jan 7 2016
4

I think we all know who’s responsible for killing Otzi.

Jan 7 2016
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Wow. Everything about this is amazing and inspiring.

Jan 6 2016
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There’s one phrase that showed up on multiple cards. It was clearly a catchphrase with a flirty meaning, but I don’t know what it means, and neither does Alan Mays.

Jan 6 2016
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Or “kissing rogue.”

Jan 4 2016
1

You won. You have won.

Jan 4 2016
6

Yes. Random attrition is random rodents dying. Biased attrition is rodents dying and getting written off because they don’t fit the desired result—“The treatment must work, so I bet that rat died of an undiagnosed heart condition.”

Dec 29 2015
9

In the piece, I got a sharp divide in responses between men who laughed at the very idea that it could ever be done and men who had always been able to do it and were surprised that anyone thought it couldn’t be done. Read more

Dec 29 2015
7

If you’d like to email me, I’d love to hear about how real and fictional emergencies are different.

Dec 28 2015
32

Or to quell his rampant sexual desire.

Dec 22 2015
19

Syfy, contact me and Smiley. We got the next Sharknado for you.

Dec 21 2015
7

Scientists, your next big breakthrough is here.

Dec 16 2015
3

Although that would be pretty funny. Fart Food Nation.