The Peaceful Party App
There should be an app for party invites that keeps track of people who hate each other and won’t let you invite them both to the same party. Or like, an anti-Foursquare that won’t let two people who hate each other check in at the same bar. Or something. I’m currently trying to mentally manage like 30 of these relationships (and as with probably all industries, people in NY...
A Florida Representative Is A Genius! →
I’ve never been so proud of my home state.
This American Life Extremely Inside Jokes
Stop trying to make “Anor-EC-tic” happen, Sarah Vowell. Anorectic isn’t going to happen.
Natasha Vargas-Cooper Sells 'Mad Men' Book →
natashavc: I’m a little floaty right now. :) Omg! Congrats, Natasha!
That big story in The New Yorker this week, Trial By Fire, was gripping, excellent, and slightly familiar. For an earlier version of some of the same events, with some details that weren’t included, see Michael Hall’s Texas Monthly 2002 ASME-finalist story “Death Isn’t Fair,” about Ernest Willis (the other accused arsonist in the New Yorker story): “As Ernest...