I recently broken my tibia and fibula and required ORIF surgery to fix it. I’m 37 days out from the break, and I have been documenting the process. I figured some of the most helpful stuff I’ve learned has been figuring out what I need to buy, so here we go (plus I can’t work […]
When I woke up, I desperately wanted Chipotle, but was told it was “too spicy” because I “would be nauseous.” False.
On February 13th, I was out at a friend’s house and I fell in some mud in the yard. My body went down, but my right foot was stuck in the mud and didn’t fall with me. It was not great. I like…fell, fell. “Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” kind of falling. I laid there and screamed for help until someone came because I couldn’t move. My ankle turned black and it looked like someone had shoved a golf ball under my skin.
Violent protest is an American tradition, and the work of those willing to take on its burden has long been the backbone of the success of the “love and unity” peaceful demonstrators — who often end up being the only ones credited when progress happens.
I have a friend named Justine who I assume hates me, because she keeps sending me these horrible Reddit posts. I guess she thinks that if she has to suffer, I do too….so like a scared teenager who watched the video in The Ring, I’m passing the horrors on to you! Blame Justine. Over on […]
Someone shared this article in a leftbook group I am in. It’s a quick read, so go ahead and check it out; basically, the author put in the OKCupid “you should message me if” box that men should contact her if they both a) have numerous things listed under the favorite TV shows, movies, books, […]
WashPo profiled a scared white person, and I am just so grateful that I am able to better understand what it is like to be white and afraid of everything. They tracked a young couple, Heaven and Venson, who work at the Bell & Evans chicken plant in Fredericksburg, PA. She knew she was about […]
I joke that I have RBF because I’m so annoyed with men in my work life that I don’t have the strength to deal with them during my personal time. But honestly, I’m not so sure it’s a joke anymore.
Over the years I have amassed a collection of about 30 Orioles t-shirts. Roughly three of them were designed for women. This begs the question: why is it so hard for apparel companies to create decent MLB clothing for women who like baseball?
“According to a study published in Science magazine, which is a place I trust about science things, your brain actually has less capacity when you’re poor.”