The Week: May 31, 2013

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May 31, 2013

It’s supposedly going to be sunny this weekend in Seattle (I am cautiously optimistic). I might need to take my French books outside to study. Because next week? We’re leaving for Paris.

Or maybe I’ll just prepare for that trip by preemptively eating croissants. You enjoy these links.

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David Sedaris, on the joys of having a guest bedroom and the problems that arise when your visitors know too much.

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In case you need a bit of perspective, “Here is today” gives a great visual of how the last 24 hours fit into the history of the time.

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An entire Tumblr site dedicated to pizza. Pretty sure society just reached its zenith, guys.

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How I feel every time he can’t sleep.

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Every country is the best at something, right? But … seriously, America?

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Damn it. Bakerella’s recipe for crunchy peach cobbler cake thingy (new title courtesy of me) is way, waaaay too easy to make.

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NYT columnist Frank Bruni’s beautiful take on the importance of siblings.

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Let’s face it: the punctuation marks we have today are not cutting it – we need some new ones. And for a girl who’s as sarcastic as I am, the sinceroid would be really handy.

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Not only is he is the greatest captain the Enterprise will have, ever, he also speaks out against domestic violence. I thought I couldn’t love Patrick Stewart any more than I already do. Then I read this.

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JC Penney’s Hitler tea kettle is causing a media storm (why … how … MY BRAIN CANNOT DEAL WITH THIS), leading Rand and I to the same conversation we always have when the fuhrer comes up: was the Hitler mustache ever fashionable?

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