Stuff to Read on the Internet 005

Earth Kitt photographed by Isaac Sutton, 1959


More brain food. Short list, but a lot to think about.  Grab some tea or a latte or a potent potable and lemme know what y’all think.

Why do white people like what I write? The title is a bit misleading and the piece is long but, WHEW! Such a good read. I find the ability to critique people and things becoming a maligned and lost art…but we need it. We desperately do.

Does the breakdown of the American marriage signal something more sinister? Calling all workaholics…

A look into the commerce clause of the Constitution and how it changed the country. And still can. This was an enlightening and troubling episode to listen to. Anyone care to discuss?

Stuff to Read on the Internet 004

photo via by Tezza

You know the drill: grab a soothing beverage and dive in.

The most incredible interview I’ve ever read – Quincy Jones has a story for that.

My imaginary mom in conversation with Vulture. Some found this controversial. I did not. Anyone want to discuss?

How not to die in America. Heavy.

If you’re into schadenfreude, here are the editor’s notes on Milo Yiannopoulos’ book.

The Loved Clothes Last zine.

Talking with the man behind Tyler Durden.

How taking a vacation at the beginning of the year helped my mental health. Noted.


BONUS!  One thing to watch.

73 Questions with Donatella Versace. In which the icon says she wishes minimalism as a trend in fashion would go away forever. I’m not mad at her.



2018 is the year I learn to properly pose for photos.