@Kate Conley@facebook But My Fair Lady is the most famous movie based on Pygmalion and it's a discussion of rom com films specifically. I'll allow it.
@Onymous I was always amazed how some of my friends would just be in and out while it took me forever! It used to be really bad when I ate no vegetables, it was bad. But now I'm regular but it's still a 10 minute period where I'm catching up on Tumblr. We're all different!
@annejumps I bought a little stool to prop my feet up on after I read this was a thing. I call it my poop stool (and of course, sometimes, my stool stool.) It helps!
@Jolie Kerr glue gear
@muddgirl I have always heard the opposite that it is actually a skeezy choice in that the dancer can feel very clearly whatever is happening under there. Are there any dancers who can confirm or deny (or perhaps it is just personal preference and differs.)
@DullHypothesis She really has been all over the map -that phase with the multi color jumpsuits but weird blonde high top fade kinda hair? And then of course her papal red carpet realness that one time. While I personally am not as into her music as I once was (Lookin Ass was just...not good.) I am happy she is staying successful because she is interesting and remaining relevant in a way many female rappers don't.
@Chuck Bass I too work in a public library and our first course of action is to try and contact the parent. If the child is in the upper ages of the "alone in the library" age limit (ours is 10) it's usually not that big a deal since they can tell us their name and parent's number. But if we can't get a hold of their parents then yeah, we call the police and I guess I've never really thought what happens after that, I guess I just assumed a stern talking to! While the cutoff can seem arbitrary, and there are 8 an 9 year olds who can safely use the library alone but we just can't set the precedent that we will babysit your kids, especially after they've used up all their computer time and are bored and restless. But this story does really make me think! I'm sure there are kids being left here since it seems safe enough to their parents and generally it is but in the case of a kid getting majorly hurt (which is even more likely in a park versus a library but kids are always trying to climb and jump on things here!) does seem like risk. But of course, in the age before hypervigillance, kids played on their own all day and somehow survived. I don't love being a part of a way overprotective culture on one hand, but on the other hand we have to do what we can to keep the library from becoming a daycare and alienating the adult patrons!
@Charlotte This chart cracked me up because just the other day my husband and I were planning to go see Steely Dan when they play at the nearby casino. I don't get their appeal (but am willing to go for him) and was like "do any women like Steely Dan?!" and apparently some do, learn something new everyday!
@sophi That's the one! It has been good, I'm not quite finished. It seems like if it's true Megan isn't getting killed, then the Manson murders will be mentioned and perhaps happen very close to where she lives or touch her life in some explicit way.
@sophi Indeed, Margaret was acting very culty. I've been reading a Manson biography so I am probably thinking about these things more than normal. I had forgotten (until I read it on Slate, I think) that Helter Skelter starts out with a description of sound in the canyon which makes the "Megan dies by hand of Manson-like cult" even more possible! I think it would be weird to just rewrite history like that and actually make it the Manson family but who knows, it probably won't go anywhere, but I like theorizing!