i really loved this
On Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
Great story! I live in the pioneer valley --it's nice to have a local reference. Also can totally relate to the summer camp social drama...
WOW! I cannot believe how many of these you came up with! And @laurel too! So good!!!!
wowww yep definitely goosebumps.
Excited for the change! :) So much respect to Edith for creating this amazing site!
When I was a freshman in high school, 4 guys asked me to the first homecoming dance. I turned them all down because I wasn't into them. No one ever asked me to a dance after that.
During junior and senior year, I had a boyfriend but we chose not to go to prom. One of those years we had an anti-prom where we double dated with our 2 friends to a restaurant and then went slot car racing. That was pretty great.
Also that was the only time I ever went slot car racing and I very much would like to do so again.
I LOVE THESE ARTICLES! Cracks me up so hard every time (and sometimes makes me hungry)-- and you really catch the essence of the object with the outfits you choose!
@WaityKatie you're definitely not crazy. I interpreted it that way as well. This "Married Dude" was actually kind of a douche in my opinion
I agree, I thought Dude's answer was very dismissive of people who don't believe in marriage. I interpreted the guy in the letter as being, like, "I don't believe in marriage, BUT I know it is so important to you that I would be willing to do it anyway." Which, to me, says he's super committed, so committed in fact that he would compromise his personal beliefs to be with the LW. Not that he's "keeping his options open." Am I crazy?
@Danzig! Sweet! Thanks for the response. Sounds like your dad actually has great taste in music lol. I'm glad that you found some good EDM shows to check out in NYC. It's true that Reznor is excellent for introducing fans to other good artists... I have the soundtrack to Lost Highway (which I haven't seen). I think he produced it, and it's got an interesting range of styles and artists. Also I just learned that he used to produce all of marilyn manson's albums, back when marilyn was really good in the 90s, so that's impressive. Aphex Twin is so amazing-- not so much rave music-- it's more music for thinking to than dancing to. If you like him then you must like Squarepusher, who I just saw recently. I haven't heard of those more obscure artists you mention but then again I'm more into drum&bass than techno. If you ever come back to the east coast though, there is definitely a huge electronic music/rave scene around here-- and once you get connected to it you find there are zillions of events and new local DJs to get into.