Greetings, ladeez and gemplums! This week brings us a Fur Freak Friday, a safe space where the Fur Faces can let their freak flags fly and we are all better for the experience. Board the magic bus with your Fur Face and prepare to have your mind blown by teh qte.
Step 1. Start off by finding something that you feel extremely passionate about. Step 2. Accept that half of the people that read your take are going to vehemently disagree. Step 3. Go balls deep defending this opinion even if it means desecrating a loved ones grave, killing an infant, punching the pope. Step 4. act…
Yeah, you are overreacting.
Anyone else feel like it’s been a very long week? School is practically empty ‘cause almost nobody has classes on Friday and we’re off Mon/Tue for Rosh Hashanah. How are you this sleep day? As always, this is the (kinja please give me multiple select for sharing) Whitenoise, Hackerspace, Groupthink, Powder Room, Odeck…
Should I lift this comment out of the grays??
I vote for the latter, from this story about a DHS employee using work computers to look at porn, only to blame the department for not having better Internet filters to prevent him from doing so:
That was some good political bullshit. A few bad jokes by Hillary, a few dozen head shaking moments from Trump. More or less what was expected.
Is one of those new experiences following through on writing a newsletter?
Chicken and pasta have had many children together. They for centuries have been great companions. Here is my take on a well traveled dish.
The longer it takes her to send this newsletter the worse I imagine the content will be.
I hope that Leah’s newsletter focuses on travel and fashion.
Apparently it’s impossible to act in a strange manner in public unless you are mentally ill. And it’s terribly, terribly wrong to ever comment on anyone behaving in a strange fashion in public, because that person is by definition mentally ill. Also it’s WAY more creepy to be bemused by an adult man buying a plane…
Here’s another video clip of Mel Brooks and President Obama.
I don’t think we are getting that newsletter anytime soon:
I wish the NYT had published a longer video of Mel Brooks’ antics at the arts and humanities honors ceremony. This year has been such a tremendously shitty year and Brooks really is just the best. We should save his every utterance for posterity.
We are closing in on a month without a newsletter. I find it interesting she is paid to not generate content?