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Heather Adair @heatheradair ?

active 1 year, 11 months ago
  • I’ll say this — I read her article last week — there was something that seemed in-congruent from beginning to end: the idea that the all college-age men are disinterested in relationship. The angle I wish this piece had taken was less “women now dodging relationship in favor of hookups, just like men!” and more [...]

  • Heather Adair wrote a new blog post: “Pinning” with purpose.   1 year, 12 months ago · View

    Thumbnail A SYTYCB Entry We all use Pinterest at this point, right? No? Ah. You have better things to do than catalogue the recipes you’ll probably never make, the clothes you’ll probably never buy, the hair color you’ll never wear, the homemade laundry soap you’ll never wash with, the amazing abs you’ll never discover under that [...]

  • heatheradair commented on the blog post “This is 40″ bloated with tired stereotypes   2 years ago · View

    AMEN to the sentiment “I personally applaud a movie that is about middle-aged people affirmatively seeking to re-energize their lives because I’d like to see more of my colleagues doing it.” Couldn’t agree more…… AND, I totally agree with the urge to stay vital in a long-term relationship……. Also with ya’ on the idea that [...]

  • heatheradair wrote a new blog post: “This is 40″ bloated with tired stereotypes   2 years ago · View

    Thumbnail A SYTYCB entry http://youtu.be/jz2m9aGjEgo I wanted to get excited for this movie. I mean — Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Judd Apatow — we’re pretty well conditioned to laugh before the trailer even BEGINS, right? It has all the ingredients for Grown-Up Comic Gold; Paul Rudd is basically Movie Jesus, after all, blameless savior of cinema, [...]

  • heatheradair commented on the blog post Mike Huckabee thinks Natalie Portman’s baby bump is hurting America   3 years, 5 months ago · View

    Man, I so didn’t want to be disappointed by this guy. But to say: “Most single moms are very poor, uneducated, can’t get a job, and if it weren’t for government assistance, their kids would be starving to death and never have health care. And that’s the story that we’re not seeing, and it’s unfortunate [...]

  • heatheradair became a registered member   3 years, 5 months ago · View

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