This is Mystic with our Managing Editorial Director, Summer, enjoying a lovely Valentines morning together.
*Well, helping their owner cross the street safely, which is probably more important.
Life imitates art?
It’s not a filibuster until Sam Seaborn, er, Rob Lowe weighs in.
— Caroline Wren (@CarolineWren) March 7, 2013
— Chrissy Olinger (@oliewankanobe) March 7, 2013
@roblowe west wing is a bit less dramatic.That’s sad.
— Megan Gilliland (@MeganGilli) March 7, 2013
— Andrew Bonds (@DukeBonds) March 7, 2013
— MrsSpooky (@MrsSpooky) March 7, 2013
— Chris Ashton (@ChrisAshton) March 7, 2013
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Worth noting here:
— Assault Cooter (@CooterHolland) March 7, 2013
Read more: http://imgur.com/gallery/cbGGCyq
In March 2012, Seventeen magazine launched its second annual Pretty Amazing Contest which offers a $20,000 scholarship to girls who have done “pretty amazing” things like raising money for the National Eating Disorders Association. Sounds great, right? Nope. Check out the fine print.
No wonder the National Eating Disorders Association needs money. Jerks like the editors at Seventeen are telling girls being pretty is more valuable than their “pretty amazing” accomplishments.