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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
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Published May 20, 2013 at an earlier configuration of b2l2. FYI: Today is day 1943. The average cold lasts 5-7 days; the flu can leave you feeling dragged out for a couple of weeks. Even a broken bone heals eventually. I have … Continue reading
1. Do not give me Katrina-sized attitude because you do not want to take an English class. I did not make the core curriculum. If I had, you’d not only take more English courses but all freshpersons would start in … Continue reading
The average cold lasts 5-7 days; the flu can leave you feeling dragged out for a couple of weeks. Even a broken bone heals eventually. I have had daily chronic pain since 2009. 4 years, 4 months and 19 days. … Continue reading
Thanks, Ali Arnold, Trisha, the students and faculty who came and sorry there was no time for questions. No one had read the Stanley Fish post I based all this on but, just like in the classroom, I forged ahead … Continue reading
I’m one of the “gurus.” Odd word choice but what else can you do when you can’t put “bitch” on a flyer and paste it all over a college campus. The focus is this Opinionater post by Stanley Fish.
G Bitch to Sixth District NOPD: I live on the street where the shooting was Sunday and there’s a bullet in my neighbor’s wall. Sixth District to G Bitch: Well, the scene has already been processed so we don’t need … Continue reading
cross-posted at bbll Ravitch responds to the outcome of the DC mayoral race, one frequently called a referendum on Michelle Rhee, and the narratives generated about the outcome and the recent charter movement’s main narrative. [Which she neatly sums up … Continue reading
This post first appeared at Humid City, Sept. 7, 2008. ________________________ I’m OK, the fam’s OK, everything’s OK. Cleaning up our front yard and the block has been our highest priority, not blogging. And I can’t get into mine. You … Continue reading
…about episode 1 of Treme? Go see.