The blonde. 28. Tends to wander, but was raised and educated in Linguistics in Chicago. Currently lives in Brooklyn, keeping house and writing the next great American web comic. Very amateur photographer. Enjoys cooking challenging foods, and is currently perfecting her caramelized sweet potato risotto. Atheist and social liberal.

Likes to read dystopian fiction, learn and practice programming languages, and listen to 80's New Wave and sythpop. Likes 60's mod fashion, but will always be a closet goth. Gets nostalgic about 90's anime and spends too much time watching horror flicks on Netflix. Has memorized every episode of The Office. Hufflepuff.

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October 5, 2011

ghdos:

“College debt shows up a lot in these stories, actually. It’s more insistently present than housing debt, or even unemployment. That might speak to the fact that the protests tilt towards the young. But it also speaks, I think, to the fact that college debt represents a special sort of betrayal. We told you that the way to get ahead in America was to get educated. You did it. And now you find yourself in the same place, but buried under debt. You were lied to.

Who are the 99 percent?,” Ezra Klein, The Washington Post (via hold-a-wolfs-ears)

truth.

(via dopegirlfresh)

Hi, E’s been saying this for a year now. 

(Source: georgesbirdybirds)





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August 8, 2011

cognitivedissonance:

Poll: 62 percent say debt ceiling deal benefits the rich and hurts the poor

Sixty-two percent of Americans think the bill that raises the federal’s debt ceiling through the year 2013 and makes major cuts in government spending benefits the rich at the expense of the poor and middle class, according to a CNN/ORC poll released on Monday.

Only 27 percent say that the debt ceiling deal treats all classes fairly and 11 percent have no opinion.

The poll (PDF) also found that 47 percent of Americans rate the economy “pretty badly” and 28 percent rate it “very badly.” Only 23 percent think the economy is going “fairly well” and a meager 1 percent say it is going “very well.”

In other words, 62 percent of Americans are starting to realize something in the milk ain’t clean.









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The redhead. 22. Born and bred in the Philadelphia suburbs, currently hanging out in Brooklyn. Spends her work day in Manhattan designing cute books for kids. Enjoys using her drawing skills to make comics revolving around queer people, flouting her strict Catholic upbringing.

Likes admiring hand drawn typography and producing her own, the fine illustrations of JC Leyendecker, the works of JRR Tolkien, mens' fashions of the early 1930's, drinking whiskey, super campy BBC programming, and anything that involves Stephen Fry. Very into classic rock and chinese food. Gryffindor.

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