With you 100%. I just don’t get it.
Is it pedantic to point out that his name was Dalí and this article repeatedly refers to him as Dali? I mean, if you’re going to put and umlaut over the O in the title of that book, an accent over the I in the subject’s name shouldn’t be that tough.
My least favorite thing is when people ask “What have you been up to lately?” I’m not a total bore, I do things, but in that moment I can never think of anything to say and it always feels awkward. You would think I would have figured out some way to solve this issue, but I haven’t. Sometimes when on my way to see… Read more
That sounds like social anxiety to a degree and just not always being comfortable around people.
I’m kind of that way with people. But not because I’m an a-hole, I’m just awkward around people. Still I can see how that may rub people the wrong way.
Kathy Bates, who survived battles with both ovarian cancer in 2003 and stage II breast cancer in 2012, claims that…
That’s incredible: their complete co-opting of his torment with such self-serving disregard. Thank you for illuminating this facet.
I hadn’t remembered that he had killed himself until a couple of months ago when I was chatting with someone in line about Arguedas. After which I came home to refresh my memory and was stunned. At age 19, I must have thought it a romantic gesture, or some literary despair, or that he was so very far from me in… Read more
The story is not about American Indians—it’s about America. There’s an important distinction there. And the interesting thing about stories is that they can be told from many different perspectives. There are two main parties in this story—those who were hanged and those who performed the hanging. The story being told… Read more
I read the source “Us Weekly” first as “Us either”. Made total sense.
It’s more likely that he just doesn’t know about the programs that provide aid and hasn’t gotten around to gutting them yet.