Vox has put together a series of colorful charts that show that, whether we make $70,000+ a year or only $5,000, we in America have relatively consistent spending priorities.
“The real battle is to make sure their billions offset the people power.”
My dissertation—defended in April and deposited just the other week—is about food access and farmers’ markets.
Soup kitchens: they’re not just for churches anymore.
What was feared in the 80s was assimilated in 90s.
I have some potentially alarming news.
IT’S POSSIBLE THAT YOU ARE NOT IN THE MIDDLE CLASS
This Longreads interview of Caitlin Moran is hilarious and great. She talks about the hell of writing a book (hint: do not drink 12 cups of espresso before noon) and teen fantasies and masturbation and all that good stuff. She also has some interesting insight into what it’s like finding success and being ‘absorbed into the middle class’: