A 9,500 year old burial in Cyprus represents some of the oldest known evidence of human/cat companionships anywhere in the world. But when did this close relationship between humans and cats start? And how did humans help cats take over the world?
It’s like a real, live Moses plague. Related: JD Salvager’s story: “It’s a Perfect Day for a Bananafish.”
This illustrated batch of quotes overheard at MOMA is a fun way to spend a few minutes.
At 29, Brown works approximately 40 hours a week, splitting her time between a McDonald’s in Durham, North Carolina, and a food-service gig a local hospital. “It’s still not enough,” she said. Both jobs are part-time, and she doesn’t receive health insurance through either employer. She can’t afford insurance on her own, either. That’s a problem since Brown is diabetic, and she has to pay for her medical expenses out of pocket. She’s trying to do all she can on her own—she receives no food stamps or other assistance, she notes—but it rarely feels like she’s doing enough.
“It’s really rough right now,” she said.
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This checks many boxes in my head for a fun time.
One of my first gasoline powered driving experiences was when I was about 6, and my dad owned a riding lawnmower. It was so much fun to steer this beast while sitting on his lap going about 5 miles an hour.
These souped up mowers look like a blast to ride and drive.