A Feministing wedding…

Feministing won’t be posting today because our very own amazing feminista Lauryn is getting married!
We all wish her and her partner Brendan a wonderful day and a lifetime of happiness.
We also thank her for the free booze.
Stay tuned for pics of the big day…

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  • RowanCrisp

    Congratulations!

  • Lynsey R

    Huge congratulations!

  • http://www.pandagon.net Amanda Marcotte

    Congrats!

  • http://www.resonant.org/ Zed

    I wish you both many happy decades together.

  • http://elayneriggs.blogspot.com Elayne Riggs

    Mazel tov, Lauryn!

  • http://feministe.us/blog/ feministe

    WHAT?! Feminists don’t get married!
    (Congratulations! Give a toast on behalf of your loyal readers.)

  • Kristina

    Congratulations, Lauryn and Brendan!!!
    May all of the love you share with one another grow larger and your souls closer through out the years.

  • http://trishwilson.typepad.com/blog Trish Wilson

    Congrats, Lauryn! May you and your husband have many happy years.

  • http://buggydoo.blogspot.com flea

    How wonderful! Congratulations!

  • Carmen Govani

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    So we have a low whirr, brrrrrm, brrrhh, with changing volume from a rumble to a roar, but always a continuous soft echo of rubber on the road. The more continuous backdrop of motorized sound is interspersed with sporadic interruptions: a staccato screech, whine, beep or honk, the straining sounds of cars going uphill or changing gear, and blaring, thumping car stereos.
    The occasional unmuffled motorbike exhausts make your ears boil. Sometimes there is a siren or a car alarm, designed to irk and annoy with its high-pitch, unrelentingly piercing whining or wailing. When these sounds cumulate, they crescendo to a roar. There is often an aeroplane above, rumbling with a gravelly roar, and on occasion it rasps with a gruffness as it flies directly overhead.