Monthly Archives: May 2013

Who died and made you scientist in chief?

Watch this video. This is some old dudes saying “AHHHH! Ladies are leaving the kitchen!  THE WORLD IS GOING TO END NOW.” among other things.  And then watch these videos, of Megyn Kelly having a major drop the mic moment … Continue reading

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Habari Yako, Salam wa aleikum or Namaste

“You welcomed us in to your country because we suffered a 22-year civil war, but now you Americans tell us to go back to Somalia, accusing us of contributing to insecurity here. But how can that be true? Why would … Continue reading

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Adventures in Facebookland

Dear facebook friends,  Here’s a check-list of things I’m hoping you can go through before you post anything on facebook that I might see. You are all making me lose my mind.  If it compares women to food in any … Continue reading

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The time I felt heartbroken in Atlanta

*Before reading this, please know that I do not always feel so hopeless. I also feel full of hope for change on the horizon—most of the time, actually. But in the moment described below, I did not feel that hope. … Continue reading

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This is my favorite gif of all the gifs.

I’m not sure why. But it makes me laugh every.single.time.

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The time I was completely charmed by Atlanta.

“Where are you from?” people ask me. “I grew up in the military” I usually say. “Oh, so everywhere” is a common response. Followed by, “What place was your favorite, and what was your least favorite?” Favorite–A tiny border town … Continue reading

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In Atlanta.

The following are the posts I am going to write about my trip to Atlanta. So I don’t forget, and so you can get excited to read them. 1. The time I was completely charmed by Atlanta 2. The time … Continue reading

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