You can always reply “Good news, mom! Life doesn’t have meaning anyway, and any hunt for it is just an absurd reaction to the dawning realization of truth!”
Imagine going to a party in the middle of a plague in the country with the most cases of said plague, knowing that this increases your risk of catching aforementioned plague, and then getting mad that you weren’t IMMEDIATELY warned that you were exposed to the fucking plague. Read more
I absolutely agree that it was right to rehome the child. I’ve seen friends struggle through the adoption of special needs children through an international process (Korea and China) and it was hard on both families - especially the one with older kids who then had an “oops” pregnancy months after their adoption was… Read more
I guess it depends. I prefer to be less noticeable, but noticeable enough not to get smoked by a car!
I mean, it’s also the same “infighting” that caused otherwise rational people to vote for the Republican party and Donald Trump in 2016, because they just couldn't vote for someone on the other team. Don’t you think it makes more sense to learn about the positions of the available candidates and vote for the one that… Read more
Even some of his former advisers are issuing dire warnings about his reelection chances. “Under the current trajectory, President Trump is on the precipice of one of the worst electoral defeats in modern presidential elections and the worst historically for an incumbent president,” said Sam Nunberg, a one-time… Read more
No. We’re New Yorkers, we don’t know how to drive OR how to stay in our own lanes! We can appreciate his general competency at managing a crisis (and speculate wildly about whether his nips are pierced) while also critiquing his ties to Big Real Estate and his related shittyness to renters during this pandemic. Or the… Read more