on moths, stories, and school.

There are moths that feed on the tears of birds.

I have not been able to shake this sentence since Elena Tartaglia, the co-founder of National Moth Week, put it in my head while discussing the butterfly’s less glamorous cousins on Science Friday. I have told myself this fact perhaps a thousand times since I heard it. Continue reading “on moths, stories, and school.”

on comic books.

I don’t remember the first comic book I ever cracked or how old I was when my dad bought it for me. I don’t remember a time before comic books, actually. What I…
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at least say maybe.

There is this quiet little war rustling through the internet. The introverts vs the extroverts. There are memes and quizzes and snappy little articles everywhere I look, and while most…
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say something funny.

Somewhere between the advent of beepers and Facebook, email chain questionnaires were born. They were ugly things, devoid of html formatting or interesting content. Each one had more questions than…
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