I see what you did there. And you are totally right...except typically, and unfortunately, in Egyptology texts there is a legacy of the European exploration of ancient Egyptian tombs (the majority of “discovers” of these tombs were German and French) and so an old and racist nomenclature exists for describing the… Read more
I am sorry, can you clarify your comment? I was exclusively commenting on ancient Egyptian art and depictions of skin tone. Since Hathor is a deity, it seems hard to know what color her skin would be, if one were to believe in her, but I do know that ancient Egyptian tomb art and papyri depict her from very light in… Read more
Something worth pointing out about ancient Egyptian art: the ancient Egyptians used iconography very heavily in almost all art. The depictions are meant to be read and interpreted, not used as visual guides to how things looked. Egyptians depicted different ethnic groups, including themselves, in a stereotypical… Read more
Me neither. I had big-cats to birds. Definitely had a short dragon phase. Now I study plants for a living. Go figure.
I think there is a big difference between attacking and asking you to support your statement with science, which you have, as yet, failed to do. The two articles you have presented indicate that having an IUD increased your chances that you could have BV, but none have stated that MOST women will get BV after… Read more
I will agree with you that people seem woefully uneducated about food labeling terms, and in this way, the term is arguably akin to “natural” and “toxin”, especially if someone is using the term to sell you an idea or product that doesn’t fit the legal label. However, you really don’t have a leg to stand on in terms… Read more
Okay, and so what is the point? So the term and legal sanctioning are 25 years old...how does that make the agricultural term “organic” problematic, exactly? Your initial argument was that the term doesn’t mean anything, which it actually does. Something quite specific, actually. So then your problem was “that word… Read more
When I went to high school, the girls dress code was extensive and very much like the one stated above (I also went to school in AZ). Buying shorts was pretty much out of the question, because they simply don’t make junior’s shorts that come to the middle-finger-on-the-thigh length. So it was long skirts (not for me,… Read more
Strongly disagree. There are plenty of people who would tell you they prefer Olive Garden over The French Laundry, for all the same reasons that people shriek about cheap wine vs. expensive wine. Like fine wine, The French Laundry is pretentious, requires wealth, you have know what a bechamel sauce is, or what a… Read more
Can second Modcloth. Was just in a wedding that required dresses from size 0-18, with an outdoor feel...semi-formal. Modcloth had so many options! And there were plenty of satiny/shimmery formal options too. Prices range from about $50-$300, depending on what you pick.
I dig that too. Nevus sebaceous is kind of like a birthmark. It just is, no treatment necessary. Mine showed up in college and I got sick of people pointing it out (it isn't very big or anything, just sort of red) so now I make sure it is covered. Unfortunately, it is right near my hairline, so a pixie really… Read more
For what it is worth, I go between short and long hair every few years, and find short hair to be way higher maintenance. Cutting hair every 6 months vs. 6 weeks makes a huge difference. I usually need product on short, but not long hair (I have pretty straight hair). I can't do a pixie, because I have a nevus… Read more
One of my most vivid grad school memories involved having a younger male grad student in a completely different and unrelated field mansplain my discipline to me. I introduced myself by my field of study (as you do), and that was his cue to teach me about my own field. I must have said "I know, I am studying plant… Read more