What woman - unrelated to you - has been influential in your life?
Recommend a podcast to the DBD
Where is/are your diploma(s)?
Is there a "comic book/superhero" movie that a non-genre lover might enjoy?
Elsewhere in college
Today in CV19
OUR CRUMBLING DEMOCRACY
Scoots, this is for you: https://jezebel.com/an-interview-with-the-man-who-told-the-lapd-suck-my-di-1843965821
In other news....
"Official response from CNN General Counsel to
@TeamTrump‘s letter demanding CNN apologize for a poll that shows
I didn't know of the existence of Chronicle of the Horse, but now I guess I should read it: https://twitter.com/msLAS/status/1270441508831784960?s=20
"My Mom, creator of the original Care Bears, drew a Black Lives Matter Bear! You can buy prints/shirts/etc on her RedBubble. All proceeds go to Reed Foundation, a Black founded organization which helps disadvantaged youth in Tulsa!"
In no particular order:
Kamala Harris, Madeleine Albright, Barbara Lee, RBG, Eleanor Roosevelt, Stacey Abrams, Toni Morrison, Melle. Quinquin (my 7th grade teacher), Ms. Rosa, Elizabeth Warren, Oprah, Maya Angelou, at least a half dozen of my sons’ teachers. So many others.
"Chinese authorities have been trying for three years to reverse the devastating imbalances of their one-child policy and coax couples to have more children.
They’ve told couples that it’s their patriotic duty to have two babies. They’ve dangled tax breaks and housing subsidies. They’ve offered to make education cheaper and parental leave longer. They’ve tried to make it more difficult to get an abortion or a divorce.
None of this has worked. China’s birthrate remains stubbornly low and men massively outnumber women, creating a demographic crisis that could hinder economic growth for decades to come.
But now, an economics professor at Fudan University in Shanghai has come up with another — and, unsurprisingly, controversial — solution: allow women to have multiple husbands, and they will have multiple babies.
“I wouldn’t suggest polyandry if the gender ratio was not so severely imbalanced,” Yew-Kwang Ng, who is Malaysian, wrote in his regular column on a Chinese business website this month. The headline asked: “Is polyandry really a ridiculous idea?”
Probably my fourth grade teacher. Also with regard to diplomas I am not sure where my Cal diploma is. Seems to have disappeared. Probably in my ex-wife's stuff. I do have my diplomas from biz school and my doctoral degree, but I don't display them.