I Will Teach My Daughter Bravery, Not Perfection

I Will Teach My Daughter Bravery, Not Perfection
Shari Sirotnak Women are taught to be kind, to be loving, to be patient and gentle and sweet. We are taught to be considerate, to be polite, to treat people the way we want to be treated, to care. We are taught to be strong, to be smart, to somehow be enough but not too much, forgiving but not weak, make sacrifices but not be selfless, be invested but not fixers when it comes to the men we love

Chuck Schumer Calls on Al Franken to Resign

Chuck Schumer Calls on Al Franken to Resign
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joined more than half of the chamber’s Democrats in calling on Senator Al Franken to resign Wednesday as yet another sexual-harassment claim created what one female senator called a "tipping point."Franken plans to make an announcement Thursday in Washington. Minnesota Public Radio quoted an unidentified Democratic official as saying he will resign, but a posting on Franken’s Twitter account said no final decision has been made.“I consider Senator Franken a dear friend and greatly

The Overwatch Videogame League Aims to Become the New NFL

The Overwatch Videogame League Aims to Become the New NFL
Stefano Disalvo is a professional athlete.He has the physical gifts of a professional athlete, the dedication and drive of a professional athlete, the monomaniacal schedule of a professional athlete. He wakes up at 6:30 in the morning and spends some time reviewing game tape of his own performance before calisthenics begin around 9—jogging, frisbee, soccer—followed by practice, seven straight hours of it, where his team plays against some of the finest competition in the world, testing new strategies. Then

30+ People Share Their Most Genius Office Pranks And Some Of Them Are Beyond Evil

30+ People Share Their Most Genius Office Pranks And Some Of Them Are Beyond Evil
Bored Panda has compiled a list of devilishly clever office pranks that get dangerously close to crossing the line. Scroll down to check them out below, add your own stories if you want to share them and don't forget to vote for your favorite! I teach elementary music. Once, I had a rivalry with the gym/PE teacher. She would send the kindergarten class to mine and tell them it was my birthday and I loved birthday hugs. She would

Whats In My Work Bag? (Its Mostly Trash)

Whats In My Work Bag? (Its Mostly Trash)
The author’s to-do list. Soon to be featured on Mindhunter. 3. A planner I bought at the MUJI near the Flatiron building when I was having a total internal meltdown and was ignoring all of my texts. It’s a very low maintenance calendar/planner and I only really fill out a week in advance. I sometimes am a baby and need reassurance that I’m ~*~doing things beyond existing~*~ so recording everything I’m doing is helpful to inflating my already huge

The Post Review: Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Unite to Save America

The Post Review: Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Unite to Save America
Its Meryl Streeps superpower. Just a twitch of her eyebrow telegraphs a tectonic shift in emotion. Weathering the aftershocks of the emotional earthquake is Tom Hanks, with his reassuring mixture of anxiety, confidence, and passion, the reliable hero we need. And Steven Spielberg, staging a phone call with all the explosive intensity of an action film, turns the two greatest actors of their generation into the best special effects of 2017.In truth, you could shorthand a review for The

Disney Illustrator Combines Star Wars And Calvin & Hobbes, And The Result Is Adorable

Disney Illustrator Combines Star Wars And Calvin & Hobbes, And The Result Is Adorable
"Being a kid in the '80s I was raised on a steady diet of Disney, Star Wars, and comic books, so being able to work on so many amazing films and projects has really been a dream come true," Brian told The Verge. Kesinger admitted admiring Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin & Hobbes deeply. "I was always amazed at how he could draw anything from cute stuffed tigers to ferocious dinosaurs piloting fighter jets. His inking style seemed

Facebooks former Oculus Story Studio team isnt done quite yet

Facebooks former Oculus Story Studio team isnt done quite yet
Today, Sundance Film Festival announced its lineup for next month. Included yet again were the entrants for the festival’s New Frontiers program, which hosts VR content, and an unlikely film title made the list this year, Wolves in the Walls. Virtual reality may not be the technology du jour in Silicon Valley as much as it was the past couple of years, but there are still plenty of milestones being traversed in the cinematic VR community, which continues to

Fighting for My Wife

Fighting for My Wife
ShareTweet The enemy hates marriage. Last week a friend texted and asked, “Did you hear about Lysa Terkeurst? So sad.” I didn’t know what he was talking about so I quickly Googled it. Lysa lives here in Charlotte and runs Proverbs 31 Ministries. When I found her site, I read the post to which my friend was referring. My heart sank. Lysa informed the public that she “had decided to separate from him and pursue a divorce.” Her husband, Art,

Cantina Talk: Rey May Break the Force’s Status Quo

Cantina Talk: Rey May Break the Force’s Status Quo
As the release date for Star Wars: The Last Jedi approaches at ludicrous speed, stories on the creation of the movie—and teases about what might happen in it, or even after it—are beginning to pile up on all sides of the information superhighway. Don't know what to listen to or who to believe? Dear friends, just trust in the Force and keep reading.Rey May Break the Force's Status QuoThe Source: Daisy Ridley and her plot teasesProbability of Accuracy: File

Donald Trump Has Officially Offered His Endorsement To Controversial GOP Candidate Roy Moore

Donald Trump Has Officially Offered His Endorsement To Controversial GOP Candidate Roy Moore
We had a feeling this was coming… Early on Monday, Donald Trump took to Twitter and urged voters in Alabama to vote for Senatorial candidate Roy Moore as Democrats have refused to "give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts." The president also claimed that Moore would be a savior for votes regarding "crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment, and more."

7 things to know about villain Erik Killmonger before you see ‘Black Panther’

7 things to know about villain Erik Killmonger before you see ‘Black Panther’
As the premiere of Marvel’s first minority-led film approaches, fans are incredibly excited to see Chadwick Boseman bring Black Panther back to the big screen alongside incredible talents like Angela Basset, Danai Gurira, and Lupita Nyong’o. But it’s a character played by Micheal B. Jordan that really has fans talking. He briefly appears in the trailer as Black Panther’s longtime arch-nemesis Erik Killmonger. Though his name isn’t as widely known as T’Challa’s, he appears in a good portion of Black Panther’s earlier comics

Here’s our first look at DC Comics’ new live-action Robin

Here’s our first look at DC Comics’ new live-action Robin
It’s been a long time since Robin appeared in a live-action DC Comics adaptation. Twenty years, to be precise. After Chris O’Donnell’s role in the notorious Batman & Robin, Warner Bros. decided to steer clear of Batman’s young sidekick. Robin was consigned to an earlier, cheesier era of the franchise, ignored by Christopher Nolan and only briefly hinted at in Batman v Superman. Robin will finally return in Titans, the live-action TV adaptation of Teen Titans. Played by Australian actor Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of

FCC Wants to Kill Net Neutrality. Congress Will Pay the Price

FCC Wants to Kill Net Neutrality. Congress Will Pay the Price
FCC chair Ajit Pai’s plan to repeal net neutrality provisions and reclassify broadband providers from “common carriers” to “information services” is an unprecedented giveaway to big broadband providers and a danger to the internet. The move would mean the FCC would have almost no oversight authority over broadband providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T.WIRED OPINIONABOUTRyan Singel (@rsingel) is media and strategy fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School and the CEO/cofounder of Contextly.For years,