Me, when I see my friends talk about programming on the timeline.
Watched "Black Panther" for the third time tonight and noticed a female Jabari tribe member (in the battle scene). Now I want to cosplay her instead.
I wonder if Wakanda banned Twitter.
A friend has delightful 10 year old triplets, one with birth trauma. He can't speak or walk or see or hear.
She'd been told he'd never be able to reliably touch his mouth or nose: to sense the body's midline both brain hemispheres must coordinate. But he's learned to feed himself, a huge accomplishment.
Years ago, as a non-Christian, I mysteriously began to feel urges to cross myself when I'm craving peace. It settles me.
I just realized that I'm seeking my midline.
Social media should be regulated like medication so that it is closely monitored if it's habit-forming
Seattle friends, do you want to hear some #weirdmusic with me? https://townhallseattle.org/event/town-music-roomful-of-teeth/
Just took 20 minutes to install a car seat. I might not be ready for parenthood
The software matters. The people matter more. Just like any institution, right?
Set aside time for a hobby. Gardening, drone building, knitting, do something for the pure pleasure of it.
Reading a lot of stuff lately about how bad Slack is for you and I think it's all been predicated on ppl not having work boundaries
If your reaction to fast food workers striking to get $15/hr is “they don’t deserve to make that much because I don’t even make that much”, here’s our response to you: you deserve to make at least $15/hr, too.
So do fast food workers and maids and cashiers and janitors and childcare workers and interns and...
The goal is to eliminate wage labor, but so long as wage labor exists, everyone who sells their labor deserves a living wage.
This broke the enchantment and the evil spirit left her, and she appeared in all her beauty.
I did homework for this movie. [Screenshot of a panel from Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet]
Seeing BLACK PANTHER in a giant theater tonight and already steeling myself for the possibility that someone might not respect it like I want them to