Today, the Supreme Court heard arguments in support of and against a crucial citizenship question being added to the 2020 U.S. census—a question President Trump couldn’t help but chime in about earlier this month.
Last week, writer Mackenzie Fegan boarded an international JetBlue flight without so much as handing over a boarding pass or passport. “I looked into a camera before being allowed down the jet bridge,” she wrote on Twitter. “Did facial recognition replace boarding passes, unbeknownst to me? Did I consent to this?”
There’s an overwhelming sense of guilt that washes over me when I throw something in the trash that probably shouldn’t be there—particularly when it comes to e-waste. Are broken headphones recyclable? What should I do with old laptop chargers? And what do I do with all these dead batteries piling up in my apartment?
Everything I wear has holes.
I hate concerts but I’ve been to hundreds, standing amidst a sweaty pit of people clamoring to get closer to the stage.
A brief list of things you shouldn’t do while high: drive, online shop, watch any Pixar film, Venmo a friend, give advice—but what about running or lifting weights?
“Beer before liquor, never been sicker”—by now (and probably from personal experience) we all know this rule to be true. But when it comes to alcohol and weed, where’s our helpful rhyme?
What makes waiting for a job interview follow-up, text after a first date, or news that might possibly incriminate your president once and for all so very painful?
On my Instagram feed, I see a lot of targeted ads for face masks and other anti-aging skincare products—and I’ll admit, I regularly shop for both.
I once ate half a baguette and several slices of ham in the rain on a street corner in Amsterdam.
If you’re high right now, here’s a question that might cause your brain to short-circuit: Why exactly do we associate pot with 4/20?
I don’t use weed, but the one time I did I ended up in an emergency room.
I spend at least an hour a day scrolling through my Instagram feed, looking at pictures of cats. I send photos of cute rescue cats with names like ‘Moo’ and ‘Bathmat’ to my friends. I ask people about their cats a lot, too. “Does she shed a lot? Can you send me photos?”
I do everything I can to avoid using plastic bags—I once bought several frozen groceries and opted to carry them home in my arms, like they were a baby.
More and more, it seems like booking a rental through Airbnb is a risky proposition. There was the story of the “superhost” crashing through the bedroom window in the middle of the night, or the less dramatic (but also alarming) stories of rentals found to contain hidden cameras in everything from clocks to fake…
I have a lot of prescription bottles lying around with unused pills. Some from my wisdom teeth removal, others from a recent bout with food poisoning, and a couple for my creaky, inflamed joints.
We spend a lot on gas. In June 2018, according to a report by AAA, we spent $69 more each month on gasoline, as compared to the summer before.
Ever suffer a long delay only to land in the wrong state and remain stranded on a tarmac without food? I have! And I do not recommend it.