In classical art, you almost never see Athena and Aphrodite depicted together. There’s a reason for that, and it’s not the same reason you never see Clark Kent and Superman in the same room.
Daily Archive: February 16, 2014
Trolls and original sin and Conor’s hobby horse.
Trumwill fills in because as far as he can tell nobody did the Sunday post this week. What are you watching/reading? He’s consuming Revolution, House of Cards, a Green Lantern movie, Brad Meltzer, and Robert Ludlum.
For those looking for a panacea to all of the goodwill generated by the current Love Symposium, here’s a quick off-the-top-of-my-head theory that should allow people to revel in a little fun dose of Tod-hating.
Some folks are complaining that Netflix didn’t make a last minute change because of lots of snow.
Why is Jane Austen so popular with modern, feminist women? A serious question for OT’s women, feminists, fans of early 19th-century literature, or anyone else, really.
What happens when someone who is suspicious of the very idea of long-distance relationships decides he has no other choice but engage in one?
Standing over the same old ground.