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By Don Is on You Are What You Tweet
There's an REM song in here somewhere.
My favorite is the Spandex District, where on 38th St there is Spandex World and two other competitors that only sell spandex.
By riotnrrd on Mt. Gox Topples
Who would have thought that an unregulated market in an untracable, intangible good would go bad?!?!?!
I had to stop and take some deep breaths at "panics when she's in the kitchen". This woman is FORTY. How has she survived this long.
I read this over lunch and couldn't stop laughing at the delicious and very specific comedic world that the LW describes. I would watch an entire movie about this ski trip.
alt-text: I'd say interior life is overrated, but it's all I've got left.
These people are absolutely clueless about the value of money, which is to buy freedom from the need to pay the slightest attention to The Big Noise, of which "Silicon Valley" is one conspicuous component.
I'll be submitting this observation to The American Journal of No Fucking Shit.
Gluttony drops a notch if you have the pizza place in your speed dial.
I obviously co-sign Polly completely, but also, as the adult child of a person who led a double life for decades, let me advise you to really think about the effect his behavior might have on your children. If you marry him and have kids with him, it's not just your life you're bonding to his. If for some reason you believe you're not worthy of happiness (though you are), then imagine them finding messages like the ones he's been exchanging -- imagine their shock and grief and their total helplessness. You can choose a new romantic partner, but you can't choose a new dad.
A world in which Stevie Nicks writes Game of Thrones fanfic poetry is a world that is a little better than it was before.