@Cathy Halley@twitter My guess is that you would find that some male and some female editors were restrained, some male and some female were hard-hitting/impulsive.
@Sister Administrator wow, I'm so glad my boyfriend and I watched the preview on itunes or whatever and were like... uh, no, I don't think we can handle watching that.
@laurel nope they have super strong immune systems w/ all the breast milk and so on. Plus this is the time of their lives to be exposed to germs so they don't get realllly sick later. I know you were totally hoping for this explanation right?
@Crabby Abby has anyone ever commented positively on a bridesmaids' dress? Except for maybe a backhanded compliment ("that's not bad!")?
@WaityKatie In the late 90s/early 2000s (high wedding season for me) I could spot a repurposed Vera Wang bridesmaid dress from 50 yards.
@cherrispryte you are so right about the shaky cam. I thought i was going to hurl for the first like 30 mins, especially the reaping. I also thought the camera work really took away from the intensity of fighting, with all the fuzzy closeups instead of just seeing arrows hit flesh or people hitting or whatever.
might have been funny about sleeping pill mom, given that probably more people read Sunday Styles (admit it!) than Salon.
@HiredGoons what about the boll weevil?
resist the temptation to write or tell your boss/superior/colleague everything that is wrong with them and the company and that's why you're leaving. Unless they ask for it, it will just sound like sour grapes and you will leave with a bad rep. No one learns from their mistakes, so don't try to point them out.
(learned the hard way, obviously)