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pitchfork.comThe Radical Self-Respect of Fiona Apple’s “Sleep to Dream,” 20 Years On“Sleep to Dream” is the first track on Fiona Apple's 1996 triple-platinum debut, Tidal, which turns 20 this weekend. It is also a fight song like no other—a demand to be taken seriously, by an artist who sometimes isn't.
theonion.comCharlie Rose Presses Self About Sexual Harassment Allegations In Tense Charlie Rose Interview NEW YORK—Refusing to back down from the subject during their often contentious exchange, talk show host Charlie Rose reportedly pressed himself about the recent sexual harassment allegations against him in a tense Charlie Rose interview on Tuesday. “Eight women who either worked with you or aspired to work with you have now said you sexually assaulted or harassed them with lewd phone calls, groping, or by exposing your nude body to them on occasions that date back to the late 1990s,” an unwavering Rose said to himself, digging in his heels every time the recently fired co-host of CBS This Morning tried to downplay the women’s accusations by calling some of them “inaccurate” or divert the conversation to his desire to be a better ally generally for women going forward. “In your statement on Monday, you said, ‘I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings.’ Don’t you think that shows a sense of entitlement and lack of empathy toward these eight women? By saying that, aren’t you essentially laying the responsibility for your own actions on them?” At press time, a visibly agitated Rose reportedly took off his microphone and walked out of the interview before its conclusion.
offspring.lifehacker.comTeach Kids Compassion By Creating Stories About Others It’s easy to conclude that people generally suck. Don’t they, though? There’s the driver who cut you off, the lady who appears out of nowhere to swipe the last Costco sample off the tray when you’ve been waiting patiently in line, the “friend” who’s forgotten your birthday three years in a row. I get why we’d assume others just aren’t trying.
aux.avclub.comIn this week's Savage Love: CrushedI’m a straight male in my 30s. I’ve been with my wife for 12 years. I have had several affairs. Not one-night-stand scenarios, but longer-term connections. I didn’t pursue any of these relationships. Instead, women who knew I was in an “exclusive” relationship have approached me. These have included what turned into a one-year affair with a single woman, a three-year affair with a close friend of my wife, a seven-month affair with a married coworker, and now a fairly serious four-months-and-counting relationship with a woman who approached me on Instagram. On the one hand, I do not regret my time with any of these women. On the other hand, I have been deceitful and manipulative for almost my entire adult life. I am a terrible husband in this respect. Also, I’m going to get busted eventually, right? Finding out about this would crush my wife. I love her, we get along great, and the sex is good—if I wasn’t such a lying piece of shit, you could even say we make a pretty good team. We are also very socially and financially entangled. I don’t want to leave, but I suspect I should. And if so, I need help considering an exit strategy. Part of my motivation for writing is that I am particularly attached to the woman I’m having an affair with now, and both of us fantasize about being together openly. I’m a liar, a cheat, a user, and a manipulator—and it just keeps happening. A Seriously Shitty Husband On Losing Everything
jezebel.comPolice Have Arrested a 72-Year-Old Man Who Might Be the Golden State KillerTwo months after the posthumous publication of Michelle McNamara’s true crime bestseller I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, which chronicles McNamara’s hunt for the Golden State Killer (a name she coined), California police have arrested a man named Joseph James DeAngelo and charged him with two counts of murder. Per The Daily Beast’s reporting, The Golden State Killer (also known as the East Area Rapist) is thought to be responsible for “12 homicides, 45 rapes, and 120 home burglaries in California in the 1970s and ‘80s.”
halfhalftravel.comPhotos to Inspire You to Shop in the Markets of IsraelWhether in the main shuk of Jerusalem, the Mahane Yehuda Market, or the Carmel Shuk of Tel Aviv, Israel's markets are places for locals, tourists, vendors and anyone who wants a bite to eat. Israel's shuks show a blend of culture and a mix of peoples who make this special place home.2
news.avclub.comHarrison Ford to charmingly mumble his way through his first animated movieHarrison Ford has done many things, like crashing a few airplanes, repeatedly dumping on Ryan Gosling, and rescuing a stranded driver after a car crash, but apparently he has never lent his growly voice to a kid-friendly animated film. Finally, though, he’s going to rectify that with an appearance in The Secret Life Of Pets 2, the sequel to the 2016 animated hit that’s probably best remembered for starring Louis CK. We don’t know who Ford will be playing, but given every animated movie ever, he’ll either be a gruff and angry dog or something that seems cute and innocent like a goldfish but acts gruff and angry.
thetechedvocate.orgWhat Are the Benefits of Using Virtual Reality in K-12 SchoolsSpread the loveVirtual reality is one of the biggest trends in education, right alongside makerspaces. However, if you ask the average educator what the benefits of using VR in the classroom are, many would draw a blank. Why? Because a lot of educators literally jump on the bandwagon of the newest technologies without doing their homework. In the end, their students suffer. If you are an educator who currently uses or wants to use virtual reality, but don’t fully understand its full capabilities and benefits, then I am talking to you. Not to fret, if you keep reading this article, …