Ballet Chills, Misogyny Kills, and Space Thrills

By Hazlitt

“I’ve had the same editor since 1967. Many times he has said to me over the years or asked me, Why would you use a semicolon instead of a colon? And many times over the years I have said to him things like: I will never speak to you again.”

A group of scientists and engineers–enthusiasts, really–joined forces to restart a 36 year-old satellite lost in space. Mission accomplished.

The hardest ballet moves, in gif-ready slow-mo

How misogyny kills men, too.

Here’s a timeline about an asshole.

“[T]hat’s what is so powerful about Laverne Cox gracing the cover of Time: she gives the trans community a face that isn’t, say, Jared Leto at the Oscars.” Laverne Cox’s Time cover is very important

We have lost a giant in the field of Dracula research.

Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets. Until then, here are some whimsical Neighbourhood Watch signs in Toronto.

The Internet With a Human Face.

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