I love these. Just love them.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is slowly becoming a personal favorite. She always has incisive commentary, that cuts right to the bone, and this particular bone may belong to her colleague Justice Kennedy, aka “Mr. Swing Vote.” What is interesting here, is the argument that Kennedy’s decisions reflect an underlying paternalistic attitude toward women, but not gay men, that may be the ultimate deciding factor. It’s convincingly argued.
This is from 2013, but who knows? It might still be applicable one year later. Harvard researchers followed 268 male Harvard undergraduates, class of 1938-1940 (hardly a representative sample, but I digress) for 75 years, collecting data at regular intervals. The conclusions he drew were put into a book. A quick summary is linked.
This French print. It’s French and it’s art.
There are two movies I can pull off the top of my head that are based on this lie – that if you were able to access your brain’s full 100% capacity, you would be a telekinetic genius as well as incredibly athletic and emotionally well adjusted, etc. I know this is a lie, but so far have no reference to back this up. Here is a solid article dispelling that myth.
I like how this is short and to the point. Four things only, and you might find yourself less aggravated. It’s a win/win.