“While Hillary Clinton makes cracks in the political glass ceiling and Lena Dunham challenges Hollywood’s ideals about the female body, it’s our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, best friends and colleagues who are moving feminism forward today.” - Filmmaker Elizabeth Giorgi, Tidal Wave Girls
When I was a little girl, I wanted to be one of two things when I grew up: A librarian, and I was also extremely interested in astronomy so I also wanted to be an astronaut like Sally Ride. Sadly, my dyslexia has always been terribly crippling when it comes understanding the concepts of math and science so I pursued the librarian angle (which also didn’t work out, but that’s a whole other story in itself).
… That being said, I also really love David Bowie. So imagine how fast my heart began beating to see this recording by Col. Chris Hadfield to commemorate his last day in orbit.
Remember the other day when you were saying how much you loved the sketch series “Drunk History” but that you wished how instead of history it was a corny joke about tortilla chips that Morgan Patch told her husband Adam while sauced off her ass on a bottle of wine, which he then turned into an animated short?