There’s an obsession with “prestige,” and commenters regularly disparage lower-tier schools, and use the term “TTT” to denote anything they consider not good enough. The site is down right now, but I’ll check back later and see if I can excerpt some of the more representative pieces.* If you can access the law school section of the site, just search terms like “nigger,” “bitch,” “Asian,” and “Jew” and see what you come up with. They’ve disliked me ever since last year, when I posted in response to the dozens of threads about me.
After a pretty heated back and forth, we finally called a truce, and Anthony Ciolli agreed to ask them to stop writing about me.
The most interesting book of poetry—actually in any genre—from 2015 is the phenomenally engrossing collection of poems, drafts, fragments, unpublished work, manuscript facsimiles, drawings, and hand written notes that comprise , the first full anthology of the work of Frank Stanford.
Two poems side-by-side from the 1974 collection, , bear the titles “Death in the Cool Evening” and “Places on a Grave.” Two more unpublished poems are titled “Flour the Dead Man Brings to the Wedding” and “The Double Suicide of the Mirror and the Rose.” Amazingly, though, Stanford’s lyrics never stoop to self-pity, and they avoid the self-absorption of goth.
Jerry and his team decided to build a site where people feel comfortable showing and sharing their true selves, true pictures and true interests.
Stanford’s poems come from some sort of region only a few souls have visited.At that point, I stopped reading their site, and hadn’t gone back in more than a year — until a few weeks ago, when I got an email from a fellow law student (who I’ve never met, but whose email was very nice) saying, “Have you seen this?” and speculating that I probably had not, and had probably not agreed to have my pictures up. at NYU, along with a dozen other women from top law schools.You know, I have been working on a series of blogs about dating in your 20s vs 30s, and social media and online dating came up several times in the discussions I have had with people. I want to know you and your people, to some extent, before I connect with you. "Internet dating has all of the issues you get in regular dating with the addition of all the various issues the Internet brings: fraudulent pics, outright lies in the profile, husbands, boyfriends, and children no one knew existed."-Single Guy I talked to a couple of people about a company that reached out to me about their new online dating platform. She expressed that not being what's labeled as an "ideal body type" gets her ignored in a sea of "Instagram models," so she is less likely to try online dating.I told her about the idea behind Curves Connect and she actually said she would be more willing to try it out.