A former ARMY brat, I spent my childhood and early teen years on the move-...– my aunt’s “about me” on facebook, died two weeks ago.
my thoughts on breast cancer
i have a lot of cancer in my family, and i understand how awful it can be. i also understand the importance of making people aware of how it forms, how to prevent it, and (most importantly) how to find it. america is a country of blissful ignorance. the chickens we eat come from a farmer wearing overalls. we don’t embrace death; we put makeup on it and bury it. trash disappears every...
of this dull, horrible headache. there’s nothing left to eat. i should clean, but it’ll just get cluttered and dirty again. cue second half of bell curve.
no one can deny
the link between religion and gullibility.
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I have a thing or two to say about "affinage" →
As you may have already read, or heard, the New York Times posted a very poignant piece about the art of caring for cheese before it is ready for retail sale, or, “affinage”. You can read it for…