Good morning Boone, NC (here reporting on gay retirement communities)
My sister at her hs graduation party. Next stop, UC Davis
I believe it’s called “bossy.” / Shopping at Ross w/ my mom
At a moment when we seem concerned about young people, as demonstrated by daily news stories about how they’re loaded down with debt (and overly worried articles about how they’re always texting and unable to make eye contact) Frances Ha is an argument for the dreamy beauty of being untethered.
Horchata and tres leches cake at La Michoacana. Good to be home.
Change also happens when gay people are bold enough to stand up to prejudice, to turn around and confront the asshole who just called you a fag. This creates friction, and in the most tragic cases leads to violence. But I don’t think any of us would be satisfied with the alternative. In light of the attacks, for the next few weeks I imagine gay men in New York will be far more likely to bite their tongue and keep walking when epithets are hurled at them on the street. They’ll look over their shoulder a bit more, be a bit more conscious in public spaces that they’re gay and that some people are “not okay with that.” But my hope is that that caution will quickly wear off and that gay New Yorkers get back to being their brash selves. In the long run, the more gay guys are willing to make a scene when someone calls them a fag, the fewer drunk assholes there will be to call them one.
View from my parents’ house in Nogales, AZ. Good to be home for sister’s hs graduation.
Tell me which one of these airline seats is not “in it’s upright position.” #southwestcomfort
Apple Operations International is registered in Cork, Ireland, but has “no physical presence at that or any other address,” according to the report. Indeed, the corporate entity has existed for 30 years and apparently never had a single employee. Of the three people on its board, all Apple employees, two live in California; 32 of its last 33 board meetings took place in Cupertino, and the Irish director participated in seven of them. Its assets are managed by a Nevada company, and held in bank accounts in New York.