mollyosberg
Molly Osberg
mollyosberg
Molly Osberg is a Senior Reporter with G/O Media.
Jul 1
12

In Carthage? Definitely. Also depends on how you define “addition.” I grew up in what is considered a moderately sized town in Maine, and this family down the road built an “addition” on their house by buying an old school bus, removing the seats and the rear emergency exit door, backing it up to their house and Read more

May 20
1

As someone who has lived in Bangor most of her life, I can attest- it really do be like that.

Like. I love it here so much but sometimes I forget about what this all must look like to people from away.

Mar 19
7

My prep consisted of buying two bottles of Tito’s and three mega family size packs of toilet paper. It’s been a good nine years with my boyfriend, but I think he’ll understand.

Feb 27
4

*snicker* All acting is done with the eyes, you know!

Feb 27
42

GOOP doesn’t yet sell a crystal-infused, silver-mesh-embedded, sage-smoked face mask for the low low price of $129.95 that does absolutely nothing to prevent infection yet? Read more

Feb 27
4

I find it hard to fault someone for saying the right thing. Even if in the past she has said the wrong thing, it makes it more important for her to say the right thing now. Read more

Feb 27
34

During crisis we will see these people's private beliefs. Always watch what they do and not what they say. What they say is nothing more than marketing.

Feb 13
1

I swear y'all...physician shortage? Do you not grasp how this affects the quality of *your* care?  

Feb 13
3

You should care, because there's a shortage of doctors. Who do you think will attract physicians? Places that pay them bank for the same shit because they put out cucumber water and CBD seltzer on tap. You absolutely SHOULD care.

Feb 12
1

Every health professional I know is constantly talking about obesity. 

Feb 12
13

Umm, I also grew up in the 70's and 80's, and no, not all healthcare was as she describes, not even close. Further, a HUGE amount has changed between then and now, including tens of thousands of additional regulations that must be followed, massive advances in technology, science, and medicines, reduction of stigma Read more