@scrooge If they don't want to read about women's issues, they shouldn't be in university and maybe they aren't really human. Also, commas go inside the quotation marks.
@hockeymom Lock all your cheese in a cheese safe that only opens once every three days. Then lock all your artisinal breads in bread safe that only opens when the cheese safe is locked.
"the second-largest traded commodity in the world, after oil"
What about walnuts?
@macartney I found it awful and embarrassing in the way that Esquire pieces often are.
Least interesting article of all time.
@KeithTalent Good call. I remember reading the description of that one in the table of contents and thinking it would be boring, only to read it and find that it was one of the most fascinating and memorable stories I'd read that year.
@Siva Vaidhyanathan@twitter Actually, as this article points out, 12 women were nominated altogether, just not in reporting, features, profiles, essays, and columns, which are the important ones, apparently.
@My Number Is My Address That was my first thought too. But I looked it up, and he did write one spy novel 2006 and is slated to write a new 007 book, so it's not an entirely inaccurate label.
@ianmac47 But part of that is just the fact that a huge percentage of serious writers go into MFA programs these days. It's become a default option.
@Niko Bellic Young people don't understand what music was like before the internet. The generations that went through adolescence pre-YouTube are the 21st century version of the children of the Depression.