After a recent study proved the importance of trust in couple-watched series on Netflix, we found someone who abused it. Don’t judge him.
Kate Turner is back from her weekly dip into the shallow end of the Reddit cultural pool, bringing back life-coaching from a sloth and a ginger breaking the law.
Jeff Reese has not moved to Mexico yet, so he’s feeling extra rant-y. Bringing you double the Pfffffft: a rant against moron men’s rights activists and a rant about raging (and aging).
Blergh. Is it Friday yet? We’ve found a person who shares our collective feels—the grumpy, anti-birthday girl, our hero, Flossie Dickey.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin attended New Teacher Center’s 18th National Symposium on Teacher Induction and shares everything he found inspiring.
The time is now for Bernie Sanders, the candidate the world (and myself) wants as President, but massive obstacles remain.
The next article in Jason Zenobia’s series on his cooking school experience; he puts out yet another fire and gets some “yummy” feedback. Plus, Jason’s recipe for almond crusted tuna.
An in-depth look into Making A Murderer, an autistic’s search for love, and being public enemy number one, all in this week’s Long Reads selected by Richard Jackson.
Sarah Xerta examines quantum physics research proving the power of intuitive knowledge that has for too long been pathologized by linear patriarchal thinking. It’s time we get in tune.