"If Rebecca is having another girl," he said, "she and her husband are going to try again until they have a son. Her husband really wants a boy." I don't remember where we were at the time, but I couldn't stop myself from going on a tirade. Rebecca and her husband had three daughters. It... Continue Reading →
This is the Finest Nerd Czarina, and I hate the news. Today in White People Using 911 As Customer Service, Morry Matson, a white CVS manager in Chicago, called the police when Camilla Hudson, a black customer, tried to use a coupon. It was a manufacturer's coupon that she'd received for a defective product, entitling her... Continue Reading →
Today on Music Video Monday: "Who" by David Byrne & St. Vincent I have an odd fascination with David Byrne, and any collaboration between him and St. Vincent is amazing, so this video could do no wrong tbh.
When I was very young, I, like many other girls of a certain age, was given a diary as a gift. It was one of those diaries that had chunks of different colored pages, so maybe the first 50 pages were blue, and the next 50 pages were green, and the last 50 pages were... Continue Reading →
This is the Finest Nerd Czarina, and I hate this meme. A friend of mine found this solid piece of relationship advice on the internet: She shared it because she wholeheartedly disagreed with it, and frankly, so do I. Being in love with someone doesn't mean that they are suddenly entitled to know literally everything... Continue Reading →
This is the Finest Nerd Czarina, and I hate the news. I might be a little bit late to react to this, especially since the incident happened in 2014, but in the last week, a video clip resurfaced of an X Factor interview, where Louis Walsh is clearly seen holding Mel B (Melanie Brown of... Continue Reading →
It looks like we have a fun new trend here in the United States, wherein people feel safe and secure in their prejudice such that they proudly spew it whenever they can. Last month, a woman celebrating her 24th birthday was randomly harassed by a drunken racist in Chicago. View CBS Miami's story about the... Continue Reading →
Once upon a time, I was a child. These are my stories. BOOKS My mother likes to recall the moment I learned to read, back when I was three years of age. They were short sentences and very easy words, but I had taken so long to start speaking, the fact that I was reading... Continue Reading →