I would happily accept a criminal record if it meant I got to spit on Robin Thicke’s face.
Scientists have pieced together the origin of AIDS, and the tale is ludicrously interesting.
The life of a war correspondent has never been cheaper, but the rules of engagement are different in today’s street-level combat zones. Ed Caesar explores the journey of war reporting.
All too familiar with all the things he had done or not done in his life, novelist Keiichiro Hirano had trouble accepting himself as a “good” or a “bad” person, until he realized that maybe he was a bit more complicated than that.
I think my nacho craving reached new heights after dreaming I ran around a grocery store looking for salsa :P worse part is there was a bunch bUT I WAS TOO CHEAP TO BUY IT REGULAR PRICE!
If you don’t know Anna Politkovskaya, I highly suggest you read up on her. A great Russian journalist and an amazing woman. Her words never rang truer than now!
"Writing is both bomb and bomb disposal—a necessary shattering of cliche and assumption, and a powerful defusing of the soul-destroying messages of modern life (that nothing matters, nothing changes, money is everything, etc). Writing is a state of being as well as an act of doing."
—Jeanette Winterson to The Guardian
Passenger’s sexist note left on WestJet flight stirs pilot’s heated response