Plus, supernests, “having a normal one,” and some kittens.
Today’s newsletter is about the temptation to identify yourself as your job. It also contains some bad news, some very sweet kittens, a hilarious bird, and a convenient and easy to understand infographic about abortion rights.
You guys, I’m starting to think these fascist idiots shouldn’t have been allowed anywhere near the levers of power.
Today’s newsletter is about the unhappy meal, the Republican conspiracy to label its opponents as baby-killers, and a chubby kitty. Also the future.
Today’s newsletter is about affinity fraud, and also snot otters, birds, sociology textbooks, Cardi B, and the punishment a high school student gets when she gives a classmate the ball-kicking he thoroughly deserves.
Today’s newsletter is about the persistence of the metaphorical rock star in the face of the decline of rock music. Also cops and moose naps.
Today’s newsletter has a former Treasury official dropping the f-bomb, the downsides of “rise-and-grind” culture, CES banning a prize-winning product for being obscene, a fake sex doctor, some goofy birds, and a very cute dog.
Today’s newsletter is about what it means to be a full-fledged full-time Non Employee Vendor.
Today’s newsletter is about the difference between the question you ask and the question you should have asked. Also there are some pretty good links in there about burnout and economics and stuff. And dachshunds.