But how else will I feel morally superior and tough, if not for at my keyboard?
We rarely know everything behind a stranger’s situation. Maybe she had a death in the family and booked last-minute tickets to attend the funeral. Maybe another family member just called to say they’re suicidal or in desperate medical condition, and she dropped everything and booked the only seats she could grab.
I own a surprising amount of water bottles that I have either purchased on my own or that have been gifted to me.…
Hillary Clinton’s sense of humor is amazing and legendary. Of course she brings up her emails, and your positing that the world has moved on from them is simply incorrect. Trump, Fox and co still bring them up all the time. And if you think we’re all going to refrain from “but her emails...” comments for every moment…
Weird take, from the casual insinuation that her emails were anything but a nothingburger, to the strange tone that seems to insist as though Hillary owes it to all of us to fix the world. Dunno what you were going for with this, but it seems like you’re just griping about Clinton as an extant person.
I’m not sure on what basis this “objectively seems like a questionable case.” There are perfectly valid reasons a woman wouldn’t go to the police after these incidents (check any number of stories about how victims are treated by police) and perfectly valid reasons a woman in this position would go back to working…
Suck my left nut and make my right one jealous, tomato.
Aka as Diaspora*
Call me crazy, but I wouldn’t say Friendster (and definitely not MySpace) failed “so badly.” People liked Friendster for a while there — a LOT of people used MySpace for a long time. Things eventually become passe. Instagram, too, shall pass and we’ll all say LOL remember Instagram what were we thinking
Ugh. Can we just have Up With People do the halftime show every year?