The Sound Of Marriage Equality

Whatever you thought of the live Sound of Music starring Carrie Underwood, it was still commendable for a number of reasons, including exposing country fans to musical theatre, and showing people who’d only seen the movie the numbers and scenes that were cut from it. Not that Julie Andrews wasn’t adorable, but in the movie, the Captain dumps Baroness Schraeder just because of one dance with his employee, which is sort of creepy.  In the actual musical, Schraeder turns out to be a Nazi appeaser, and possibly a sympathizer, which is a slightly better reason. Read More The Sound Of Marriage Equality

Lunchtime Poll: Say Something Nice

If Anne Hathaway’s Oscar campaign taught us anything, it was that there is a fine line between humility and ambition. Failure to to properly align yourself on the side of the humble “little ole me” routine, leads to being called “try-hard,” “disingenuous,” or even “bitch.” Because of this, women are constantly playing coy about their accomplishments and their ambition. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Say Something Nice