Monthly Archives: March 2013

An Open Letter to the Church from My Generation

Originally posted on "I Said I Don't Know."–and Other Answers to Hard Questions:
Church, I got to go to the Macklemore concert on Friday night. If you want to hear about how that went, ask me, seriously, I want to talk about it until I die. The whole thing was great;…

Fat Cat: An Expose on the Feline Obesity Epidemic in America

Fat Cat: An Expose on the Feline Obesity Epidemic in America. “We could become a nation that can stand proudly on those weird cat scales at the veterinarian, and lead the way in cat fitness and nutrition.” Weird, but true blog post on the cat obesity challenge our nation is facing.

Proof that Salad Cancels Out Bacon

Proof that Salad Cancels Out Bacon. As a card carrying vegetarian, I certify this blog post on: “Proof that Salad Cancels Out Bacon” as a public service. It is hilarious and true. And tell your mother, you’re welcome.

Just Give Me A Reason

Just Give Me A Reason Right from the start You were a thief – you stole my heart And I your willing victim I let you see the parts of me That weren’t all that pretty And with every touch you fixed them Now you’ve been talking in your sleep Oh oh Things you never […]

March 19

The eight types of bitchy colleague – and how to deal with them

BITCHY women in the workplace who play emotional and tormenting games are responsible for high levels of stress and sickness among their female colleagues. Meredith Fuller, author of new book Working With Bitches and a psychologist for more than 30 years, said her clients commonly complained about other women in the workforce who used schoolyard-style bullying and […]

Originally posted on It Seems To Me…:
Callum Radya wrote a great list of things he wishes he’d been told in drama school about acting in the real world, you can read his rather sincere list here.  “Annoying Actor Friend” wrote a riff on it specific to NYC that you can read here.  You should read theirs…

The Meme as a Medium for Cultural Messages, and the Meme as a Social Networking Medium for Archives

The Meme as a Medium for Cultural Messages, and the Meme as a Social Networking Medium for Archives.

Today’s Income Disparities of the Gilded Age

via LATimes. D.C. Politicians Fail to Face Up to U.S. Income Inequality Both Republicans and Democrats say concern about the middle class is at the heart of the ongoing, vituperative debate over taxes, entitlements and fiscal discipline, but the political spat never seems to honestly address the gaping and growing class divide in the United […]

Modern Love

Modern Love She said this talking Kind of wears me out And all these salesmen Baby, make me tired They’re no good, to tell you the truth, she said I’ve been gettin’ used to liars They send me love songs, with store bought words They make promises, like politicians We stumble And disconnect Over and […]

March 13

Words of a Pioneer – Jim Toy

Few men have had the historical impact of Jim Toy. He walked with the Reverend Martin Luther King, is a pioneer in LGBT activism and education, and was one of the original workers from the University of Michigan LGBT Center (founded nearly 25 years). Jim had a unique ability to push civil rights movements forward […]