@HelloTheFuture i do too. i think it means i need a bigger apartment (that i cant afford)
@Runawaytwin 225 TOTAL. for all of them.
@TheLifestyleCreep yes. this is me. We should shop together (except we would fight over the same deal) I bought 40,000 dollars "worth" of evening gowns (12 in total) for 225$ at sample sales. I have enough dresses for any type of wedding now. No matter how much the original mark up was made up- I got a good deal for 225.
@oiseau interesting about the reference to colonialism The united states doesn't produce much any more (in terms of factory goods, crafts, mechanization of farming etc) . but we have a lot of people who need jobs. So the classes divide and service ( or servitude) industry proliferates.
I work in fashion. And i love this perspective!! (I am also often saddened however that even though i am surrounded by women- the companies are still headed by men.) Still i have a female boss who is "aggressive" and i think its great.
@gyip same boat but only 3 years. i feel like i could die. You dont happen to be in nyc and need a roommate do you? Ha. Im joking. Sort of.
i am feeling like am going ot to throw up. I turned 33 on last monday and broke up with my boyfriend the same day (due not only to his actions that day but for months.) Now im losing my home (we lived together- the apartment is his; im scrambling on CL for a roommate) and i feel like i am starting from scratch. at 33. I can barely function.
The articles here are getting more and more mustachian. It is fine in that I enjoy reading that blog too- i just come here for a slightly more 'real' perspective. Still- amazing job. Im dreaming of the day i save enough to buy property in (or around) Manhattan. HAHAHHAHAHAHHAHA
so i just happened to watch this about a month ago. I too thought it was a civil war show and for that reason i avoided it. THe show is really really good. (and it doesnt hurt that he is really really good looking) I guess I can read the book and just picture Armitage
I don't believe in the legalization of prostitution for only one reason- and it is not morality. A woman of reduced income should not have to consider her body as a means to make ends meet. If prostitution were legal (and accepted) we would have people complaining of women on welfare who could simply get a job by selling herself. (and thereby not need welfare). I would not want big business, congressmen or anyone else pressuring women into the sex trade as a legitimate (and the only) means to feed their family. Of course many are still pressured illegally but for me that is a separate issue. Ah. I am sure I am not explaining myself well but there it is.