Tagged: people

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Don’t Do Unto Others

Don’t Do Unto Others By William Saletan, a Slate article on polyamory. Best quote from the article: Fidelity isn’t natural, but jealousy is. Hence the one-spouse rule. One isn’t the number of people you want to sleep with. It’s the...

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Word

Just a thought passing through my head. In browsing livejournal and other blogs lately I’ve seen people using words that many would consider objectionable. I’m not talking about dropping f-bombs, but words that are generally used to single out a...

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Camera Lost. Camera Regained… sorta.

And from the files of “People Suck,” the blogspot user lostcamera managed to find and contact the people that found her digital camera, lost on her first trip to Hawaii. Unfortunately, they’re being assholes about actually returning the camera.

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The Compact

A small group of Bay Area residents who made an informal vow to not buy anything new in 2006 have found themselves in the middle of an international fury over consumerism, ecology and middle-class hypocrisy that has spread around the...

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“You in danger, girl.”

Amazon Women on the Moon predicted it: (Name Here) Is a Liar and a Cheat. “It’s like a dating credit report” for women. – someone totally needs to develop iTrick into a full fledged website.

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No, Belgian…

2 tidbits From DCist’s Overheard in DC Dupont Circle: 20-something woman: ” . . .and when she asked him if he is gay or metro.” 40-something woman: “Metrosexual, hmpf, in my day we called that ‘euro-trash.’” European man: “What is...

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Pick it up!

Exactly WHAT is with the roller bags that LOOK like backpacks with the handles and wheels on them. Is there anyone that’s actually wearing these things on their backs some of the time? Seems like they just get in the...

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Someone’s always listening.

9AM They’re At It Again | Overheard in the Office Co-worker #1: Don’t you think the enter key is kind of phallic? You know–how it’s all “enter” with an arrow pointing? Co-worker #2: Huh. Yeah. Weird. Co-worker #1: And there’s...

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This is worth reading

(A speech made at Cooper Union, New York on Sunday, November 7, 2004, presented by HIV Forum in conjunction with NYU’s Office of LGBT Student Services, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, Callen-Lorde, and the Gill Foundation.) “The Tragedy of Today’s Gays”...