Gail Albert Halaban
fragrance-and-radiance said: You have the advantage of doing something off the beaten path, so you can't really compare yourself to others in our class in the same way. I, on the other hand, can and do compare myself to all my former premed classmates and the people who do other typical Harvard things like law school and Wall St. do the same. You, on the other hand, are playing a different sport, if that makes you feel any better. Btw, one of the doctors I work with now went to Harvard for undergrad, which is nice.
Everyone wishes to be celebrated or loved for something, and at the same time is embarrassed to admit this. If we didn’t, if we were each self-sufficient, we would probably be a different species.
vintage silk robe with an American Apparel tank, Citizens of Humanity jeans, Kurt Geiger pumps
Anonymous said: how many foreign language words do you know? can you tell me them
Um… I’m not sure if I understand the question…
How many words? I’m gonna say… “A lot” considering the vocabulary that you need for each language…
And for me to tell you each one… that could take awhile…
Anonymous said: is it possible to become fluent in a language by not sutyding and just eating pizza and watching netflix all day? asking for a friend
Maybe if you’re only watching movies in Netlix in that foreign language…. I haven’t tried it though (but now I want pizza, thanks).
Have your friend perform that experiment and let me know how it works out :D
“I feel about the document the way I do those signs in restaurant bathrooms. ‘All Employees Must Wash Hands,’ they say. And I always want to add, ‘But really, everyone should.’”
Two countries I grew up in are going to war with each other. The third one is at war with itself. (Among other wars, but those ceased to be news some years ago.) I can’t stop drinking coffee or reading the feeds and very actively not making a difference. It’s such a strange thing that happens: one’s inner life displaced by distant goings-on, by needing to know, needing to watch, needing to really be at the front of the sidelines, where usually one is content pretending to be at the center.
laughing at how CNN went into one of the looted businesses in Ferguson and spoke to the owner. the reporter started asking all these leading questions that were clearly setting up answers that expressed anger that their businesses were broken into.
The owner was like “actually I just want justice for Mike Brown im not worried about material things”