Something Rotten: A Night At The Theater, Theatre, Whatever

Something Rotten is a hilarious musical about a playwright’s struggle for recognition during the Renaissance theatre scene dominated by William Shakespeare.  But this review isn’t as much about the show as the equally entertaining attempt to watch it from Orch-R, Row H, Seat 14.  Sometimes not seeing a show can be just as fun.

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Get Personal To Connect With Your Audience

Evidence suggests a strong link between the sharing of deeply personal information and readership.  Not just things like a favorite color or food, but real important stuff, like one’s shoe size.  Medium.com is littered with ordinary folks who share intimate details about themselves, accruing more followers than Jesus—Jesus is the hispanic guy who runs the awesome local food truck in my home town.

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Condoms, Tampons, and Emotional Moments

Purchasing condoms when you’re 16 can be life altering.  There are lots of choices to make.  A misstep can mean eighteen years of accidental responsibility, or painful shots to clear up unplanned infections.  But what should be a straightforward decision can easily end up a complex evaluation of options.

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Ant Wars India: Conclusion

The ant wars are over. It’s been over a week since we saw our last ant. It is impossible to describe just how pleasant it is to be able to leave dishes in our sink again for our maid to wash. We’ve been spoiled over the last 18 months and doing dishes was a serious downer. But here we are a week later, a sink full of dishes, and not a single ant in sight. What happened?

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