Vapid Fauxcialites Victim of Vapid Feud? (via... →
ctatum: This silly Adrien Field guy lived in my dorm last year. He was a real bitch to Carol Ann and me when we were moving my refrigerator and attempted to get on the same elevator as him. For the record, he’s claustrophobic (or too snobby to stand in an elevator with two other people and a fridge)
BBC NEWS | Health | Shopping sprees linked to... →
“Researchers have found women tend to dress to impress during their fertile days.”
Revolving door in Netherlands train station... →
cjernigan: (via alanajoy) I just can’t get over how well the Dutch do everything.
I've finally found "Watchmen" online.
It doesn’t really do the graphic novel justice, and leaves out some parts, but the general story is the same. I probably would have been really confused the whole time if I hadn’t read it prior to seeing the movie. But it does have a really good soundtrack, which I’m listening to now.
OK, I'm done posting vacation pictures.
Until I go to Prague in a couple of weeks.
Vermont Senate votes to legalize same-sex marriage →
cwashnock: With veto-proof majority at that. Don’t tell me you can’t focus on civil rights during an economic crisis. (via CNN)
trishtumbles: An Horse performs “Camp Out” acoustic
Amsterdam for the weekend!
Nothing-Thanksgiving. I’ve been really into...
Sources: US to sign UN gay rights declaration →
cwashnock: “The Associated Press has learned that the Obama administration will sign a U.N. declaration calling for the worldwide decriminalization of homosexuality that President George W. Bush had refused to endorse. U.S. officials said Tuesday they had notified the French sponsors of the declaration that the administration wants to be added as a supporter of the declaration. The Bush...
We failed to recognize that in international affairs, as in other aspects of...– Robert McNamara on the Vietnam War.
I'm off to Barcelona!
And then to Marrakech. See you in a week, tumblr!
In the postwar era, female sexuality continued to represent a destructive and...– Elaine Tyler May. Homeward Bound: American Families in the Cold War Era. (via ctatum)
Italy Plans Fashion-Industry Bailout -- The Cut:... →
“The fashion industry in Italy employs around 80,000 people and is home to 30,000 distribution companies. Revenues in the Italian fashion industries were down 4 percent for 2008, with things getting especially bad at the end of the year. It’s also sort of an image booster, only proving that Europe is infallibly more glamorous than we are. Even their bailouts are chic.”