On Meet The Awl
@hockeymom No, I've heard that the newsletter has been staked in the heart with its head cut off.
Yes. Onto the tracks.
On 'Mood Sweater' Reveals Wearer's Feelings, Such As "Utter Disregard For What Other People Think Of My Appearance"
It's a high tech mood ring?
@Ralph Haygood The WaPo piece seemed to being sighing at the inevitability of needing catchy flashy junk pieces to draw in readers and not necessarily endorsing it, just simply acknowledging that that is what people, unfortunately, respond too. And that the WaPo is not entirely happy about this at all.
@Setec Astrology Would it matter if it means that we'll all be dead faster?
First it was kittens, now leaves. Clearly Mother Nature hates the B/Q line.
I feel like such a grown up going to the opera, even if I have tickets for standing room at the top of the Family Circle. I went to see "Two Boys" as well (it was .... interesting? I appreciated everything that was going on, but I didn't love it. I wanted to love it.)
Sort of fascinating, but when did Slate get rid of comments on pieces such as this? I was looking forward to the "kids these days" complainers.
@BadUncle Have you found them to be more persistent in Flatbush?