An Afghan refugee plots about giving back.
How do you watch old movies and TV with freshly woke eyes? Or, the Donna Problem.
Use coral-friendly sunscreen.
The Donna Problem is that it would be easy to excuse her interactions with Josh because he’s a lovable goof who doesn’t mean any harm. Their relationship is played as sweet. We’re supposed to root for him.Except that excusing powerful men because they didn’t mean any harm is exactly how we got in this situation. Realizing that powerful men were getting away with things — getting our new glasses prescription, to use Lippman’s metaphor — is exactly why we have a Donna Problem.Nothing in the Donna-Josh relationship is overtly bad. But it’s a little bad. We can no longer ignore that a lot of little-bad things together are what normalize a toxic culture.
Screening sunscreen for environmental friendliness requires getting familiar with chemicals including oxybenzone, octinoxate and methyl paraben. Haereticus Environmental Lab publishes a list of chemicals to avoid. Mineral sunblocks including zinc oxide and titanium dioxide that are “non-nano” in size are considered safe. Formulations below 100 nanometers are considered nano and can be ingested by corals.Watch Surya Bonaly's mind-blowing illegal backflip.
Read this phenomenal thread about The Book Lady, aka inimitable Dolly Parton.
When fires ravaged parts of Tenn in 2016, Dolly Parton gave $1k/month to every homeless family until they could get back on their feet. She has used her fame to spread a message of love/acceptance.— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) February 28, 2018
Today, she donated her 100 millionth book
Dolly Parton is an American treasure pic.twitter.com/Ad91pP1cgz
Watch Wayne Brady's awesome interview.
Look at this Turkish classroom cat.