Chanel Miller wrote a book called Know My Name, about her life before and after being sexually assaulted by Brock Turner, the sex criminal who was portrayed by the trial judge as a victim. She was interviewed on The Daily Show to promote her book.
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This job candidate has watched too many (or perhaps too few) English-dubbed martial arts films from the 1970s. “You need to be more formal and at least practice before you take the interview.”
Tokyo is a sound-saturated city: bustling traffic, train station announcements, people everywhere, the barrage of loud adverts, drunk salarymen singing in the Ginza streets at night, and even the loud caws of the Tokyo’s infamous large crows. Then there’s the seemingly ubiquitous background music in shopping centers, department stores, offices, and super markets.
From an episode of The Max Headroom show that first aired in 1986, Max Headroom interviews, um, “Rootbeer Hauer.” Previously: “Rutger Hauer, Blade Runner’s Roy Batty, RIP”
You’ve only got one set of teeth, and every hygienist will tell you the same thing: A good, solid toothbrush and a strict cleaning regimen will do a lot more in the long term than any session in the dentist’s chair. It’ll be a lot cheaper too, even if you purchase one of the high-end […]
As long as there are light switches in the house (or voice-activated prompts, or whatever the future brings), people are going to need an electrician. Ask any electrician the next time they come around for repairs, and they’ll tell you how much they’re in demand, no matter what size the community (or hey, just look […]
Every artist, budding or established, has a sketchbook. They’re great for practice and portable, so you can follow your muse anywhere. But if you’re just starting off, let’s face it: Those blank pages don’t offer much guidance. The How to Draw series of sketchbooks are a well-designed alternative to rote linework or idle doodling, incorporating […]