Yup, you deserve to know where your money is going.
And now I have even more of an excuse to buy a fuck ton of Samosas and Thin Mints and shove them in my feminist, pro-choice, trans-positive, education-loving mouth.
"You want to photograph me eating chicken?"
"Well, if I let you, I need you to help me deliver a message."
"I work at this library. And before that, I was coming here for twenty years. It’s my favorite place in the world. As many people know, the main reading room of this library is supported by seven floors of books, which contain one of the greatest research collections in the world. Recently, the library administration has decided to rip out this collection, send the books to New Jersey, and use the space for a lending library. As part of the consolidation, they are going to close down the Mid-Manhattan Library Branch as well as the Science, Industry, and Business Library. When everything is finished, one of the greatest research libraries in the world will become a glorified internet cafe. Now read that back to me."
Taking the car for a spin. Exoskeleton is steady, no rattles, and it’s plenty quick.
Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder
The role of body fat deposition in female fertility from an evolutionary perspective.
Above is an excerpt from ‘Personhood’ by Lauren Zuniga, which can be viewed here.
It turns out that if you remove the cowling from a CT scanner, you get something that looks like a cross between a Stargate and a whirling Katamari Damacy.
Placebo buttons surround you, pretending to do your bidding, learn more about things like this in You Are Now Less Dumb, the new book from the author of You …
Watch this quick video and get a little smarter. I can’t wait to read “You Are Now Less Dumb”, his last book “You Are Not So Smart” was an entertaining refresher on the failures of logic that we all make every day, and a great introduction to formal logic study for someone who’s never studied it.
If you like this video, subscribe to his podcast as well, wonderful stuff.
Paint peeling off the walls. Sheets for curtains. Broken blinds. A mangled wicker chair made settable with a board. An ancient stove with a giant hole. And there’s also the pile of underwear in the living room.