Amy Sedaris dating

Who is she dating right now? Amy Sedaris is currently single.. Relationships. Amy Sedaris has been in a relationship with Paul Dinello (1999 - 2007).. About. Amy Sedaris is a 59 year old American Actress. Born on 26th March, 1961 in Endicott, New York, USA, she is famous for Strangers With Candy in a career that spans 1990–present. Sedaris was on the show to discuss her upcoming film, 'Dance Flick,' but she and the host spent more time talking about weddings and marriage than the movie. Letterman wed long-time girlfriend Regina Lasko in March, after 23 years of dating. Who is Amy Sedaris dating? Amy Sedaris is currently single, according to our records. The American TV Actress was born in NY on March 29, 1961. Performed on the comedy series Strangers with Candy as Jerri Blank. Her film credits include Puss in Boots and Jennifer’s Body. Relationship status. As of 2020, Amy Sedaris’s is not dating anyone. Amy Sedaris’s Boyfriend. Amy Sedaris is single. She is not dating anyone currently. Amy had at least 1 relationship in the past. Amy Sedaris has not been previously engaged. She has five siblings named Lisa, Tiffany, David, Paul and Gretchen. According to our records, she has no children. Amy Sedaris, who stands at the height of 5 feet 1 and a half inch (1.56 meters), has a total net worth of $12 million. Husband, Married. Amy Sedaris prefers to stay low-key despite being a huge star. However, there were times when she often mentioned her imaginary boyfriend now and then. Amy had made up a 'boyfriend' named Ricky in her mind. See all Amy Sedaris' marriages, divorces, hookups, break ups, affairs, and dating relationships plus celebrity photos, latest Amy Sedaris news, gossip, and biography. Amy Sedaris is currently single. She has been in two celebrity relationships. She has never been married. Amy Sedaris is a famous actress known for her role in Comedy Central series Stranger with Candy as Jerry Blank. She is a very good writer and comedian. Sedaris has written several books like I Like You: Hospitality under Influence, Wigfield, and Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People. Amy Sedaris with her ex-boyfriend Paul Daniello (Photo: Flickr) Even though she never wanted to get married and have the children, she seems to attend the wedding and public events frequently. With the kind request of Justin Theroux, she served as the best man at his wedding for which she was terrified. AMY SEDARIS FUN FACTS: Amy is just over 5 feet tall.In addition to her imaginary boyfriend, Ricky, she’s also had an imaginary dog named Douglas and an imaginary monkey named Pockets.As a teenager, Amy would make prank calls to her father, pretending to be a family friend and trying to lure him into an affair.

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2020.05.20 04:35 Raradra May 19, 2020 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Episode Discussion Thread

LSSC May 19, 2020 @ 11:35/10:35c on CBS (CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTINGS)
Previous Episode Discussion Thread
LINK TO FULL EPISODE
Youtube Videos: Human-Cow Hybrids May Provide The Cure To Covid-19 Trump Claps Back After Pelosi Says The "Morbidly Obese" President Shouldn't Take Hydroxychloroquine Stephen Colbert's Midnight Confessions, Quarantine Edition Gayle King: Ahmaud Arbery And The 2020 Election Are Important News Stories Too Gayle King's New Radio Show Will Examine Dating And Relationships In The Covid Era Amy Sedaris Breaks Out The Craft Bin And Catches Up With Stephen Colbert
Stephen Colbert from home
Guests:
Co-host of "CBS This Morning" Gayle King Actress Amy Sedaris
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2019.12.27 17:06 bookinsomnia The Caroline Calloway Reading Challenge

"The Caroline Calloway Reading Challenge," similar to the "Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge"TM only different and worse. Based off of books/authors/people/movies adaptations she has mentioned or shown on her insta (but probably has not read).
Last Updated: 5/20/20

  1. Harvard Square by Andre Acimen
  2. Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys. by Viv Albertine
  3. Nordic Painting: The Rise of Modernity by Katharina Alsen and Annika Landmann
  4. Stay With Me: A Novel by Ayobami Adebayo
  5. Disrupt-Her: A Manifestor for the Modern Woman by Miki Agrawal
  6. Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lessons by Mitch Albom
  7. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
  8. The Power by Naomi Alderman
  9. Followers by Megan Angelo
  10. Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now by Maya Angelou
  11. Am I There Yet?: The Loop-de-loop Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood by Mari Andrew
  12. Diary of an Oxygen Thief by Anonymous
  13. The Dark Between Stars: Poems by Atticus
  14. Meditations: A Little Flesh, A Little Breath, and a Reason to Rule All by Marcus Aurelius, trans. by Maxwell Staniforth
  15. Emma by Jane Austin
  16. D C-T by Joana Avillez and Molly Young
  17. Sex and Rage: A Novel by Eve Babitz
  18. If Beale Street Could Talk by James Baldwin
  19. Crash by J.G. Ballard
  20. A Treasury of Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker
  21. The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
  22. Beautiful People of the Cafe Society by the Baron De Cabrol
  23. Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
  24. The Lexicon by Max Barry
  25. The Idiot by Elif Batuman
  26. The Wandering Years, 1922-1939 by Cecil Beaton
  27. A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories by Lucia Berlin
  28. My School-Day Autobiography by Dorothea Bierwagen
  29. 1001 Books You Must Reading Before You Die by Peter Boxall
  30. Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs
  31. So Sad today: Personal Essays by Melissa Broder
  32. Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh
  33. Cinderella by Brothers Grimm
  34. Practice You: A Journal by Elena Brower
  35. Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown
  36. Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
  37. Paintings in Spain, 1500-1700 by Jonathan Brown
  38. Dry by Augusten Burroughs
  39. Possible Side Effects by Augusten Burroughs
  40. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
  41. A Humorous Guide to Heraldry: For Little Tykes & Old Folks Alike by Jack Carlson
  42. The Edge of the Sea by Rachel Carson
  43. Rowing Blazers by Jack Carlson
  44. Alice Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
  45. Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Start Up by John Carryou
  46. The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon
  47. Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir by Roz Chast
  48. The Girls by Emma Cline
  49. Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington
  50. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
  51. Cambridge Student Pranks by Jamie Collinson
  52. Homesick by Jennifer Croft
  53. The Clasp by Sloane Crosley
  54. How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley
  55. I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley
  56. Look Alive Out There: Essays by Slonae Crosley
  57. The Economics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained by D.K.
  58. The Psychology Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained by D.K.
  59. Matilda by Roald Dahl
  60. Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio
  61. In Paris by Jeanne Damas
  62. Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler
  63. The Divine Comedy by Dante
  64. The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis by Lydia Davis
  65. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  66. The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion
  67. Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle
  68. The Dud Avocado by Elaine Dundy
  69. Not that Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She "Learned" by Lena Dunham
  70. Bloomsburry: A House of Lions by Leon Edel
  71. Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan
  72. A Deal with the Devil: The Dark and Twisted True Story of One of the Biggest Cons in History by Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken
  73. Crazy Salad and Scribble Scribble: Some Things About Women and Notes on Media by Norah Ephron
  74. The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides
  75. The Mixology of Astrology by Aliza Kelly Faragher
  76. 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You die by Stephen Farthing
  77. Bossypants by Tina Fey
  78. German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse by Starr Figura
  79. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  80. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
  81. Humor Me: An Anthology of Funny Contemporary Writing (Plus Some Great Old Stuff Too) by Ian Frazier
  82. Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell
  83. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay
  84. Hunger by Roxane Gay
  85. City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert
  86. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
  87. Meditations on a Hobby Horse: and Other Essays on the Theory of Art by E.H. Gombrich
  88. Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
  89. The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory
  90. Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig
  91. Sh\t My Dad Says* by Justin Halpern
  92. Kathleen Hale is a Crazy Stalker by Kathleen Hale
  93. Greco Disco by Luke Edward Hall. xx
  94. Hotel Majestic by Luke Edward Hall
  95. True Love: A Practice of Awakening the Heart by Thich Nhat Hanh
  96. Hariri & Hariri Houses by Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri
  97. You Deserve a Drink: Boozy Misadventures and Tales of Debauchery by Mamrie Hart
  98. The Byrds of Virginia: An American Dynasty, 1670 to Present by Alden Hatch
  99. How to Be a Person in the World; Ask Polly's Guide Through the Paradoxes of Modern Life by Heather Havrilesky
  100. What If There Were Enough: Essays by Heather Havrilesky
  101. Art & Today by Eleanor Heartney
  102. Never Have I Ever by Katie Heaney
  103. Would You Rather by Katie Heaney
  104. The Movable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
  105. Philosophies of Art and Beauty: Selected Readings of Aesthetics from Plato to Heidegger by Albert Hofstadter and Richard Kuhns
  106. The Obstacles is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumphs by Ryan Holiday
  107. The Iliad of Homer by Homer
  108. The Odyssey by Homer
  109. A World History of Art (seventh edition) by Hugh Honour and John Fleming
  110. After Modern Art by David Hopkins
  111. We Are Never Meeting in Real Life: Essays by Samantha Irby
  112. The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
  113. The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison
  114. History of Art (second edition) by H.W. Janson
  115. The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter--And How to Make the Most of Them by Meg Jay
  116. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (and other concerns) by Mindy Kaling
  117. Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
  118. Ah-Ha to Zig-Zag: 31 Objects from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum by Maira Kalman
  119. Cake: A Cookbook by Maira Kalman
  120. My Favorite Things by Maria Kalman
  121. The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman
  122. The Art of Memoir by Mary Karr
  123. Cherry by Mary Karr
  124. The Liars Club by Mary Karr
  125. The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan
  126. Goodbye, Vitamins: A Novel by Rachel Khong
  127. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King
  128. You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman
  129. Paintings for the Future by Hilma af Klimt
  130. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo
  131. The Unbearable Lightness of Being (or according to CC, The Impossible Lightness of Being) by Milan Kundera
  132. The Royal Diaries: Jahanara by Kathryn Lasky
  133. Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson
  134. Heavy: An American Memoir by Kiese Laymon
  135. The Best Things to Do in New York: 1001 Ideas by Jacob Lehman and Caitlin Leffel
  136. Snyder's Medieval Art by Henry Luttikhuizen
  137. Priestdaddy: A Memoir by Patricia Lockwood
  138. The Call of the Wild by Jack London
  139. H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald
  140. Uni Life Hacks: Insights from the Uk's Most Successful Students by George Macgill and David Jacob
  141. The Jewel Kingdom: The Diamond Princess and the Magic Ball by Jahnna N. Malcolm
  142. Hold Still: A Memoir by Sally Mann
  143. How to Murder Your Life by Cat Marnell (TFBS March 2020 Read)
  144. Home is Burning by Dan Marshall
  145. Assholes Finish First by Tucker Max
  146. At Home in the World: A Memoir by Joyce Maynard
  147. The Best of Us: A Memoir by Joyce Maynard
  148. We are the Luckiest by Laura McKowen
  149. Un Lun Dun by China Melville
  150. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
  151. Pnin by Vladimir Nabokov
  152. Bluets by Maggie Nelson (TFBS May 2020 Read)
  153. It's Ok to Laugh (Crying is Cool Too) by Nora McInerny Purmort
  154. No Happy Endings by Nora McInerny Purmort
  155. Live Fast Die Hot by Jenny Mollen
  156. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  157. Birds of America: Stories by Lorrie Moore
  158. Like Life by Lorrie Moore
  159. Self-Help by Lorrie Moore
  160. Who Will Run the Frog Hospital? by Lorrie Moore
  161. Beloved by Toni Morrison
  162. Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata
  163. How to Weep in Public by Jacqueline Novak
  164. Becoming by Michelle Obama
  165. A Poetry Handbook by Mary Oliver
  166. American Primitive by Mary Oliver
  167. Blue Horses by Mary Oliver
  168. Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver by Mary Oliver
  169. Dog Songs by Mary Oliver
  170. Evidence by Mary Oliver
  171. Felicity by Mary Oliver
  172. Owls and other Fantasies by Mary Oliver
  173. Thirst by Mary Oliver
  174. A Thousand Mornings by Mary Oliver
  175. Upstream by Mary Oliver
  176. The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror by Mallory Ortberg
  177. Money Pizza Respect by The Fat Jew
  178. This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps
  179. Yes Please by Amy Poehler
  180. The Overstory by Richard Powers
  181. Flower Color Guide by Darroch Putnam and Michael Putnam
  182. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
  183. A Concise History of Watercolours by Graham Reynolds
  184. Spoiled Brats: Stories by Simon Rich
  185. What in God's Name by Simon Rich
  186. Art: Over 2,500 Works from Cave to Contemporary by Nigel Ritchie
  187. Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney
  188. Mr. Salary: Faber Stories by Sally Rooney
  189. Normal People by Sally Rooney
  190. Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth
  191. Cambridgeshire in Early Postcards by Michael Rouse
  192. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K Rowling
  193. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (never forget: Guilderoy Lockhart)
  194. Me & White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad
  195. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
  196. Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger
  197. Raise High the Roof Beam, Capenters and Seymour: An Introduction by J.D. Salinger
  198. Congratulations, by the way: Some Thoughts on Kindness by George Saunders
  199. The I-Hate-Preppies Handbook by Ralph Schoenstein
  200. The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
  201. Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris
  202. Theft by Finding by David Sedaris
  203. The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
  204. As You Like It by William Shakespeare
  205. Hamlet by Shakespeare
  206. The Yale Book of Quotations by Fred R. Shapiro
  207. Open Book by Jessica Simpson
  208. Little Weirds by Jenny Slate
  209. M Train by Patti Smith
  210. On Beauty by Zadie Smith
  211. Northern Renaissance Art: Painting, Sculpture, the Graphic Arts from 1350 to 1575 by James Snyder, Larry Silver, and Henry Lttikhuizen
  212. The Mural at the Waverly Inn: A Portrait of Greenwich Village Bohemians by Edward Sorel
  213. Seeds Planted in Concrete by Bianca Sparacino
  214. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark
  215. Heidi by Johanna Spyri
  216. Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed
  217. What I Didn't Post on Instagram: A Collection of Essays on Real Life and What We Filter Out by Chrissy Stockon
  218. The Elements of Style (Illustrated) by William Strunk Jr., E.B. White, and illustrated by Maira Kalman
  219. Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness by William Styron
  220. The Authentic Life by Pandora Sykes
  221. Hiernonymous Bosch published by Taschen
  222. 7000 Years of Jewelry by Hugh Tait
  223. Gardner's Art Through the Ages by Richard Tansev, Fred S. Kleiner, Horst De La Croix
  224. The Secret History by Donna Tart
  225. Eloise by Kay Thompson
  226. A Handbook of Romanesque Art by J.J. Timmers
  227. Women Talking by Miraim Toews
  228. Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino (TFBS January 2020 Read)
  229. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  230. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
  231. Romanesque by Rolf Toman
  232. New Media Art by Markk Tribe and Reena Jana
  233. The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh by Vincent Van Gogh, edited by Mark Roskill
  234. Bluebeard by Kurt Vonnegut
  235. Slaughter House Five by Kurt Vonnegut
  236. Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell
  237. A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments by David Foster Wallace
  238. Girl with Curious Hair by David Foster Wallace
  239. Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
  240. Sagemeister & Walsh: Beauty by Jessica Walsh and Stefan Sagemeister
  241. The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls
  242. The Wisdom of Insecurity by Alan Watts
  243. Miss Fortune by Lauren Weedman
  244. Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover (TFBS April 2020 Read)
  245. Literally Show Me A Healthy Person by Darcie Wilder
  246. Becoming: Sex, Second Chances, and Figuring Out Who the Hell I Am by Laura Jane Williams
  247. My Friend Anna by Rachel Deloache Williams
  248. Where Am I Now: True Stories of Girlhood and Accidental Fame by Mara Wilson
  249. The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe
  250. Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets, and Advice for Living Your Best Life by Ali Wong
  251. The Fun Stuff: And Other Essays by James Wood
  252. The Man Who Hated Sherlock Holmes: A Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by James Wood
  253. Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
  254. More, Now, Again: A Memoir of Addiction by Elizabeth Wurtzel
  255. Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America by Elizabeth Wurtzel
  256. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
  257. The Day I Turned Uncool by David Zevin
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2019.12.06 16:17 LevelEggplant Diary: I'm a 31 yr old making $89K in Brooklyn

Basic Info:
Age: 31
Location: Brooklyn
Industry: Nonprofit
Occupation: Writer
Marital Status: Single
Assets and Debts:
403b: $94,907. I’ve been contributing since I started working 8 years ago, and my employer’s contributions are generous. More on that below.
Savings: $10,600
Checking: $2,191
Investment Portfolio: ~$165,000 (I was gifted stock in one company by my grandmother as a child. About ten years ago, I sold it and invested the proceeds in a portfolio to better diversify. To be clear, I did not earn this money.)
Debts: Zero. When I was a kid, a close family friend died and he left my parents money to pay for my (and my sister’s) undergraduate education. I’ve never gone to graduate school, I’ve never had any credit card debt, I don’t own a car, and I don’t have a mortgage. I do use credit cards, but pay them off in full monthly.
Income:
Full time job: $89,000 gross salary. My employer did a complete overhaul of their compensation system earlier this year and I ended up getting 19% raise, so this is a relatively new salary for me. Still adjusting to it.
Paycheck amount: $2,153, twice per month, for a total of $4,306 monthly.
Freelance writing: $200-300 per month, on average. 30% goes into savings for taxes. I do this mostly for “fun money,” and as a resume builder.
Monthly Expenses:
Rent: $1,457 for a studio apartment
Electric Bill: $35 on average
Gas Bill (cooking gas): $20 on average
Internet: $80
Cell phone: $48
Gym: $50 (It's really $100 but work pays for half)
Netflix: $11
Spotify: $10
New York Times: $7.50
ACLU contribution: $15
Contribution to savings: Varies each month depending on what else is happening with my spending. Sometimes it’s just $50 if it’s a high-spend month, sometimes it’s $500.
Expenses Deducted from Paycheck:
403(b): $822 (11%). Work contributes an additional 11%, for a total of $1,644 going into retirement per month. 10% of that is a flat contribution, and 1% of that is a match. I am very lucky!
Medical, Dental, Life Insurance: $148
Transit (Monthly unlimited metrocard): $128
Other:
I pay yearly for renters insurance ($137), Amazon Prime ($119), and various magazine subscriptions including The New Yorker. I also make year-end charitable donations to several nonprofits close to my heart.
11/29- Black Friday
7am: Up with the sun in my childhood bedroom- I’m at my parents house in MA for Thanksgiving. I do my usual morning physical therapy: foam rolling, strengthening exercises, stretches. I’m rehabbing a running injury in my foot, so I’ve got a whole daily routine.
8:30am: Short hike with my parents and a cousin on some local trails. My parents live in a rural area so there are lots of dirt roads and trails to choose from.
10am: Various chores around the house, including a long overdue cleanout of my bedroom closet! I take a long walk down “going out tops from 2007-2009” memory lane and end up with a small bag of trash and a bigger bag of clothes for the thrift store.
12pm: I do a little online shopping for a few Christmas gifts on Amazon ($99) and pay the gas bill ($18) for my apartment.
3pm: Mom and I head to a nearby farmstand, which is hosting a pop-up beer garden by a local brewery ($11 for my IPA and her porter, my treat), and then go to see It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood ($22 for a senior ticket and an adult ticket with a small popcorn, my treat). The movie was really sweet and quite emotional- two thumbs up.
6pm: We hit the grocery store on the way home for a few supplies (mom pays) and make dinner at home using Thanksgiving leftovers.
7pm: We light a fire in the fireplace and watch two episodes of The Crown, which I’ve already seen, but they haven’t. I provide commentary and answer a lot of “who is that?” questions.
Total: $150
11/30
7am: Up and the usual PT.
8:30am: I go on a 40 minute run. I’m doing time-based workouts instead of distance or speed-based workouts while I rehab my foot. On the run, I encounter about 25 bagels scattered across the road. Weird!
10:30am: Various outdoor chores around the property with the parents, including selecting and cutting down a Christmas tree from our woods to put up on the porch with lights (we do both an outside tree and inside tree, #extra) and putting up lights above the garage.
12pm: I have a video chat date with one of my best friends who is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. She lives abroad in her husband’s home country, so I grab whatever chance I can get for some quality face time with her. She’s doing well and is in remarkably high spirits considering she just had surgery 5 days ago and has lost all her hair. At one point her adorable one year-old daughter grabs the phone and takes me for a walk around their apartment.
2pm: Errands around town with mom, including dropping off yesterday’s closet cleanout at the thrift store and scouting some shops downtown for Christmas gift ideas. It’s 35 degrees but I decide that we should get ice cream cones while we stroll ($11, my treat). Pumpkin for me, strawberry for her. This is how you know we’re from MA.
5pm: Quick change out of my outdoor workwear into something more classy, throw on some makeup, then head over to a neighbor’s house for a cocktail party. Something I love about the community I grew up in is that it’s very intergenerational—lots of mixing between older folks and younger folks. (Reading that sentence back, it sounds like I grew up in some sort of commune/cult- but no, just a regular town.) I have an Old Fashioned and some amazing crab puffs, among other things.
8pm: We’re back home in front of the fire and watching more episodes of The Crown.
Total: $11
12/1
8am: PT, breakfast, and another hike with the parents, followed by a lot of lazy Sunday newspaper reading.
12pm: I pack up my stuff and we all head to Boston for lunch with my sister. She just got back from a two week trip in Asia, so she missed Thanksgiving. We have a great time hearing about her adventures at a local pub and watching some football games. I get a delicious huevos rancheros dish and a beer, and my parents pay.
4pm: I buy holiday-colored peanut M&Ms before getting on Amtrak back to NY, my preferred travel snack ($4). It’s snowing a bit, which puts me in a festive mood. I finish my book (Calypso, by David Sedaris) and listen to a few podcasts on the train. I bought this ticket months ago, using credit card points.
8:30pm: Arrive back in NY and take the subway to my apartment. I eat some random leftovers in the fridge that are on the verge of going bad, then I crash.
Total: $4
12/2
6:30am: Up with the alarm. Spend the pre-work hours doing PT and home stuff like cleaning, organizing, making a grocery list.
8:45am: Head to work on the subway. It’s weirdly empty for a Monday.
9:30am: Work mode, engage. I spend the morning sorting through the inbox and planning out my week after five days off. I wrapped up a huge project right before Thanksgiving so I’m now in the initial planning stages of my next set of deliverables. Thankfully I have no meetings today, so I can ease back into things gently.
11:30am: Order a dark green holiday party dress from Tuckernuck ($158). It might be a total bust, but it looks intriguing- I love a stand collar. And they have free returns if I hate it.
11:45am: I get a call from my physical therapist’s office to talk about my next round of insurance authorizations. Their proactiveness about stuff like this is one of the many reasons why I ADORE my PT. I really feel like they’re on my team.
12:45pm: Walk two blocks to Trader Joes for some groceries and a salad for lunch, which was terrible. When will I learn that their salads are just not good. ($31)
2pm: It has been snowing increasingly hard all day and my boss emails to encourage everyone to finish their days from home to avoid evening commuting nightmares. Unlike a lot of my coworkers who live north of the city, my commute is pretty short and easy. But I’m not one to say no to a suggestion like that, so I pack up and head out.
2:15pm: I pick up a new pair of running shoes on the way to the train, which is an errand I’ve been putting off for no good reason. I know my size/preferred style so I don’t even need to try them on. ($148).
3pm: I’m back home and set up shop on the couch with my laptop for a few hours of work.
6pm: Close up shop and make some ravioli with broccoli and leftover homemade marinara for dinner.
7pm: Make myself a Manhattan, put on some Christmas music, and work on my Christmas cards. I don’t have kids or a partner, but I still like to send holiday cards to all my friends (just a card, no photo). I’m a big letter writer so I like to take the time to write everyone a personal note.
9:30pm: In bed with the latest New Yorker. (The magazine. Not a person.)
Total: $337
12/3
6:30am: Up and the usual PT routine.
7am: I layer up and head out the door for a 35 minute run in the park. The roads in the park are still pretty icy so I take it slow and mostly stick to the trail portions, which have better footing.
8:45am: After a shower, breakfast of an egg on toast with arugula and goat cheese, and a little makeup, I’m out the door to the train.
9:30am: Work work work.
12pm: I head to my PT appointment. They’ve decorated the office with a shitload of real greenery for the holidays and it smells amazing. D, my PT, does a lot of intense manual work on my lower leg and foot while we chat about our Thanksgivings, then he runs me through some new exercises. ($30 copay)
1pm: Hustle back to the office for my weekly team meeting.
2pm: Dinner leftovers for lunch at my desk while I tend to the inbox. My job tends to be pretty episodic—I had a lot of late nights/weekend work in November while I worked on that huge project, so I’m enjoying the most leisurely pace of December so far.
3:30pm: Book a long-overdue haircut for Sunday ($45 deposit online).
5:30pm: Head home and swing by a holiday market on the way to the train to scout for more Christmas gifts, but nothing appeals.
6:30pm: Light some candles, open a beer and finish up the Christmas cards while listening to the Kacey Musgraves Christmas special.
7:30pm: Make a loaded salad with arugula, oil-packed tuna, a bunch of pickled veggies and eat it on toast. Watch random nonsense I’ve already seen on Netflix, including the first season of Outlander. Damn, that Jamie is hot.
10pm? I don’t remember. Bedtime!
Total: $75
12/4
6:30am: Up, PT routine, and pack up my gym bag, including dinner leftovers for lunch.
7:15am: Head into Manhattan for a TRX class at the gym. The teacher for this class is incredible and it’s always such an effective workout- probably my favorite way to strength train.
9am: Quick gym shower and swing by Pret for a egg wrap for breakfast. ($5)
9:30am: Arrive at my desk to see that my boss has left me a little present—an ice wrap thingy for icing injuries. He is also a runner and we discuss our running injuries a lot. Hah. I spend most of the morning reviewing a new colleague's work and giving feedback. Because I’ve been here for 8 years, I have a lot of institutional knowledge, so I am tasked with most of my team’s new hire training and support. My officemate is WFH, so it’s nice and quiet.
12pm: Order 3 more yards of fabric for my current quilt project (a wedding quilt for one of my friends) because I underestimated on the initial order ($22). I told him to sit tight because it’s going to take a while for me to make a queen-size one. I had three weddings this fall, so my quilting to-do list is quite long.
1-4pm: Meetings.
5:30pm: Head home and stop by the Container Store for a few holiday gift wrapping supplies ($21).
6:30pm: Home to make a whiskey cocktail and work on this diary! Man, tracking your life like this is a lot of work.
7:30pm: Make arugula pesto pasta, which was delicious, but I definitely overdid it on the raw garlic in the pesto. Gonna still be tasting that tomorrow.
8pm: I change the polish on my toenails to a seasonally appropriate gold while watching the newest episode of Riverdale, my favorite trash TV show.
9:30pm: Lights out.
Total: $48
12/5
5:30am: Up and PT time. I am making my triumphant return to my weekly running group this morning after more than a month away to work on healing my foot. I’m excited to see everyone again.
6:10am: Out the door and slow jog about 1.3 miles to the meeting spot. Today’s workout is a 35 minute tempo run (tempo= maintaining an effort level of 7 on a 1-10 scale throughout) with 30-second pace pickups every 3 minutes. It’s a tough workout, but I survive—and most importantly, so does my foot. I catch the bus home.
7:45am: Home. On the way back, I walk past a large puddle of blood on the sidewalk surrounded by police tape, which is chill.
8:45am: After a warm shower and egg toast with arugula (almost finished with this massive bag…), I head to work and drop off my frozen food scraps at the composting collection site en route to the subway.
9:30am: At the desk. I’m in this weird holding period where I’m waiting on a bunch of people to do their parts on some shared projects so I can move forward with my part. So I spend most of the morning choosing a wish list to fulfill from the USPS Operation Santa website. It’s a great program run by the postal service in which you can help kids who might not otherwise get many Christmas gifts. Some parents also write on behalf of their kids, and I end up choosing a letter written by a mother on behalf of her infant twins. I can’t wait to buy them some cute and warm winter gear.
12:00pm: Bed Bath and Beyond for some toiletries, olive oil, handwarmers for a friend who is always cold, and a frozen Amy’s enchilada bowl for lunch, which was surprisingly good, especially after I augmented it with some leftover broccoli ($33).
3:00pm: I get a surprise visit from a colleague from another office. The nice part about working at organization HQ is that folks are always passing through.
5:30pm: Head home.
6:30pm: Decide I’m feeling tacos for dinner, so I make some homemade tortillas and chop up a bunch of veggies.
7:30pm: Watch The Report on Amazon, which was great, though I had to skip through some of the torture scenes. Adam Driver is a fantastic actor.
10pm: Lights out.
Total: $33
Weekly Total: $658
Thoughts/notes: I didn’t make a point to include food unless I paid for it out of pocket or it was particularly delicious/notable. (Not interested in tracking my food intake that closely.) This also had much more family time than usual because of the Thanksgiving timing of this diary, and a lot less socializing with friends. Most of my friends have babies or demanding jobs, so we tend to see each other more on the weekends than weekdays anyway. All in all, it was a pretty quiet week to be doing this diary. Hope this wasn't too boring!
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2019.02.24 04:31 platypusfootball A failed effort to promote male body positivity in the sex subreddit

This is about a thread that appeared in sex yesterday, and what happened to it.
(I also posted this in SDP)
The thread's title was "Do we need some sort of body positivity movement focusing on penises?"
Spoiler: of course we do.
The thread got 347 comments, including many different opinions and experiences (see below for examples). It was a great opportunity to educate people about the issue.
But within a day the thread was locked by the sex moderators.
Their feeble excuse: the item had some "squabbling, body shaming and politics". Worse than that, some people had dared to mention the forbidden question of size mattering or not.
I had a number of things I wanted to say, but I was too late.
Now that the thread is locked, it will get very few more readers and no more participants. Very likely any similar thread would be shut down immediately. Any further discussion will be confined to more obscure corners of Reddit, instead of the place where more than a million people discuss sexual issues.
I try to be understanding of the efforts of the sex moderators to shut down any discussion relevant to size, but this incident severely strains my assumption of their good faith.
A sampling of responses to "Do we need a body positivity movement for penises?"
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2019.02.24 02:31 platypusfootball A failed effort to promote body positivity in the sex subreddit

Since there has been some discussion of a certain thread in the sex subreddit, I want to point to (but not link to) a different thread, a positive one this time.
The title was "Do we need some sort of body positivity movement focusing on penises?"
Spoiler: of course we do.
The thread got 347 comments, including many different opinions and experiences (see below for examples). It was a great opportunity to educate people about the issue.
But within a day the thread was locked by the sex moderators.
Their feeble excuse: the item had some "squabbling, body shaming and politics". Worse than that, some people had dared to mention the forbidden question of size mattering or not.
I had a number of things I wanted to say, but I was too late.
Now that the thread is locked, it will get very few more readers and no more participants. Very likely any similar thread would be shut down immediately. Any further discussion will be confined to more obscure corners of Reddit, instead of the place where more than a million people discuss sexual issues.
I try to be understanding of the efforts of the sex moderators to shut down any discussion relevant to size, but this incident severely strains my assumption of their good faith.
A sampling of responses to "Do we need a body positivity movement for penises?"
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2018.12.12 17:44 UpbeatAir 'At Home with Amy Sedaris' season 2 premiere date, guest stars announced

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2018.12.12 13:14 LineLiar At Home with Amy Sedaris season 2 premiere date & guest stars announced (February 19th)

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2018.12.02 19:13 drkachie Things To Do - Week of 12/03

Welcome to December. Some hella interesting things I've found this week is that Pecan Lodge Holiday Tamales Are Back and there's a new Tex-Mex Themed Dessert Shop I need to go try out

Top picks from do 214
Editor's Pick from Guide Live
D Magazine Critics Pick
Concerts happening in Dallas

ONGOING EVENTS
Dallas Symphony: Christmas Pops until Dec 16 at Meyerson Symphony Center
Irving Berlin's White Christmas until Dec 16 at Firehouse Theatre
Christmas Spectacular until Dec 22 at The Star Frisco
Christmas at the Anatole until Dec 23 at the Anatole
MRT Presents: A Christmas Carol until Dec 24 at Downtown McKinney
Ben Stevenson's The Nutcracker until Dec 24 at Winspear Opera House
A Bur-Less-Q Nutcracker until Dec 26 at Addison Conference and Theatre Center
Enchant Christmas until Dec 30 at Globe Life Park in Arlington
Holiday Lights Trolley Ride until Dec 31 at Mockingbird Station. Corner of Worcola St. & E. Mockingbird Ln.
The 12 Days of Christmas until Dec 31 at Dallas Arboretum
Dallas Zoo Lights until Jan 1 at Dallas Zoo
Vitruvian Lights until Jan 1 at Vitruvian Park
ICE! - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer until Jan 1 at Gaylord Texan
Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936 until Jan 6 at Meadows Museum
The Trains at NorthPark until Jan 6 at NorthPark Center
Illuminate until Jan 6 at The Perot Museum
Deck the Halls and Welcome All: Christmas at the White House until Jan 6 at George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Skate the Square until Jan 7 at Frisco Square
Panther Island Ice at Coyote Drive-In (Fort Worth)
Dinosaurs Live until Feb 16 at Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary

THIS WEEK
Ballet Frontier of Texas: The Nutcracker from Monday Dec 3 to Tuesday Dec 4 at Granbury Opera House DFW Auto Show Fort Worth from Thursday Dec 8 to Sunday Dec 9 at Fort Worth Convention Center BMW Dallas Marathon Weekend from Friday Dec 7 to Sunday Dec 9 at Downtown Dallas A Merry Little Christmas Show with Ricki Derek from Thursday Dec 6 to Friday Dec 7 at Scat Jazz Lounge Jingle Bells on Bishop from Friday Dec 7 to Sunday Dec 9 at Bishop Arts District Indique Dance Company: Svabhava from Thursday Dec 6 to Saturday Dec 8 at Winspear Opera House Dallas Repertoire Ballet: 'The Nutcracker' from Friday Dec 7 to Sunday Dec 9 at Eisemann Center Christmas at the Beach from Saturday Dec 8 to Sunday Dec 9 at Little Elm Park KwanzaaFest 2018 from Saturday Dec 8 until Sunday Dec 9 at Automobile Building at Fair Park

MONDAY DECEMBER 3 (High 55 Low 33, Mostly Sunny)
Dallas Stars vs. Edmonton Oilers at American Airlines Center Gingertown Dallas at NorthPark Center Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra: Handel's Messiah at Bass Performance Hall Lancaster Christmas Tree Lighting at Lancaster City Hall Menorah Lighting at West Village Community Menorah Lighting at The Shops At Willow Bend Arin Ray at House of Blues Freddie Gibbs at Trees Chris Isaak at House of Blues Drab Majesty / Emma Ruth Randle at Club Dada A Clint Black Christmas at Winspear Opera House Code in the Brewery at Texas Ale Project

TUESDAY DECEMBER 4 (High 53 Low 36, Sunny)
Speedway Childen's Charities Tree Lighting at Texas Motor Speedway Next Town Down at House of Blues Free 30th Annual Dallas Observer Music Awards Ceremony at Canton Hall Emerald City - Toys for Tots Drive at Lava Cantina

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 (High 56 Low 46, Mostly Sunny)
East Dallas Menorah Lighting at Casa Linda Plaza Light Up the Night at Texas Live A Christmas Story at Box Garden at Legacy Hall Holiday Family Movie Night: Polar Express at Texas Live There is a TON of Repeal Day Parties going on around the area: Celestial Beerworks, Whiskey Cake (Las Colinas & Plano), Bird Cafe, The Standard Pour, The Stoneleigh Hotel, Tricky Fish Krampusnacht Denton at Bearded Monk Andrea Bocelli at American Airlines Center Dave Barnes at House of Blues Royal Teeth at The Cambridge Room at House Of Blues The Devil Wears Prada at Canton Hall

THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 (High 57 Low 45, PM Showers)
JumpstART: Deck the Halls, Y’all at Irving Arts Center Grand Prairie Christmas Tree Lighting at Grand Prairie City Hall Highland Park Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Highland Park's Big Pecan Tree Grapevine Parade of Lights at Downtown Grapevine Stories and More at Texas Discovery Gardens Noche Cosmica at Wild Detectives Colter Wall at Granada Theater Amine at House of Blues Chad Prather at Theatre at Grand Prairie Maggie Rose at Sundown at Granada

FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 (High 51 Low 41, Rain)
First Fridays at the Farm at Nash Farm Disco Kids at It'll Do Dallas Grand Opening K9 Cinemas at K9 Cinemas Free Play Richardson Turns Three! at Free Play (Richardson) Frisco RoughRiders' Winter Wonderland at Dr Pepper Ballpark Irving Arts Center Annual Holiday Open House at Irving Arts Center Cleburne Whistle Stop Christmas at Johnson County Market Square Ballet Concerto's A Holiday Special at Will Rogers Memorial Center Holiday at Hogwarts at Viva's Lounge The Wrecks at 2513 Deep Ellum The Price Is Right Live! at Theatre at Grand Prairie Kurt Vile and the Violators at Canton Hall Martina McBride at Majestic Theatre American Aquarium at Billy Bob's Dallas Stars vs. San Jose Sharks at American Airlines Center UNT One O' Clock Lab Band Holiday Show at McDavid Studio

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 (High 48 Low 34, Cloudy)
A Day in the Life: Gemologist and Curator at Perot Museum of Nature and Science Dallas Cowboys Rally Day at AT&T Stadium Coffee Brewing Basics at WRC Brew Lab Hogwarts Orientation at J. Erik Jonsson Central Library The Helio Sequence / Wild Pink at Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall Joy Williams at Kessler Theater Anderson East at Rustic Brian Regan at Toyota Music Factory Myles Kennedy and Co. at Canton Hall Plano Lions Christmas Parade at Plano ISD Administration Building Lantern Light - A Victorian Holiday at Heritage Farmstead Museum Reindog Parade at Frisco Square Lancaster Christmas Parade and Festival at Lancaster Square Arlington Holiday Lights Parade at Downtown Arlington Flower Mound Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting at Gerault Park McKinney Christmas Parade of Lights at Historic Downtown McKinney Winter Wine Walk at Texas Live Swizzle’s Hawaiian Holiday Popup at Industry Alley Bar Geek the Halls - Holiday Party at The Black Ivy Avant Chamber Ballet: Nutcracker Suite at Moody Performance Hall Peppa Pig Live! at Winspear Opera House Dallas Bach Society: Baroque Christmas at Zion Lutheran Church Dallas Videofest 31: Ernie Kovacs Award featuring Amy Sedaris at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson) Dallas Millennial Gala at Omni Dallas Hotel

SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 (High 47 Low 31, AM Clouds/PM Sun)
Sugar Plum Fairy Tea at Westin Stonebriar Jingle Bells on Bishop Poinsettia Walk at Bishop Arts District Rockefeller Christmas at Majestic Theatre John Butler Trio at House of Blues Dallas Cowboys vs Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium Lauren Sanderson at The Cambridge Room at House Of Blues Krampus Nacht 2: Winter's Return at The Church Dallas (Lizard Lounge) Metalachi at Trees


I do realize that I sometimes use Facebook event links and some Redditors do not use Facebook. If there's any events you'd like more details on that's a Facebook link I'll be happy to help out. I try and avoid using Facebook links and go straight to the source but some venues strictly use Facebook for their events.

If I missed anything or would like to showcase an event, feel free to comment below.
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2018.01.15 23:29 bamesinajarr Guest Appearances - Holy Cow there are a lot!

I always was impressed with who they could get for some guest voice actors even for such smart parts and so here's a list of some of the most notable features I made up!
Andy Kindler - Mort Ron Lynch - Ron Sam Seder - Hugo/Nathaniel Larry Murphy - Teddy Renee Taylor - Gloria Paul F Tompkins - Randy/Bronconius Jon Glaser - Jairo Kevin Kline - Mr. Fischoeder Jack McBrayer - Marbles/Leslie (Zekes Cousin) Oscar Nunez - Cha-Cha Megan Mullally - Gayle/Beverly/Irene Weiner Laura Silverman - Andy Pesto/Guitar Player of Bad Hair Day Sarah Silverman - Ollie Pesto/Lead Singer of Bad Hair Day/Ms. Schnur Brian Posehn - Choo-Choo Amy Sedaris - Samantha (Morts blind date) Tim Heidecker - Burt Dellalucci (Baseball Announcer)/Kevin (Owner of Dusty Feedbags) Eric Wareheim - Paul Finnegan (Baseball Announcer)/Dakota (Mother Daughter Seminar Host) Cyndi Lauper - Herself Bill Hader - Mickey/Big Bob Gary Cole - Sgt. Bosco Aziz Ansari - Darryl Robert Smigel - Security Guard Paul Scheer - Larry (Food Truckin’ guy) Ken Jeong - Dr. Yap Rob Huebel - Prince of Persuasion/The Deuce/Harry (Producer of Family Fracas)/Newton Fremont Patton Oswalt - Food Critic Michael Madsen - Kevin Costner (Tin Cup) Tim Meadows - Mike the Mailman Jenny Slate - Tammy/Rosa Thomas Lennon - Chuck/Kenny (Investment Banker who buys Critters Motorcycle) Samantha Bee - Pam/Nurse Liz Nathan Fielder - Nathan (Boy Tina)/Jordan Cagan (Ghost Boy) Wendi Mclendon-Covey - Mudflap Nick Offerman - Coope Herb WeinePete (Owner of Gay bar) Jeffrey Tambor - Captain Flarty Bob Odenkirk - Chase Zach Galifianakis - Chet/Felix Fischoeder Fred Armisen - Tommy Andre Royo - Himself (The Wire)/Marcus (Pest Killer) Will Forte - Mr. Grant/Upskirt Kurt Ben Schwartz - Josh Pamela Adion - Olsen Benner Neil Flynn - Max Flush Jon Hamm - Talking Toilet Billy Eichner - Mr. Ambrose Linda Lavin - Helen (It snakes a village) Max Greenfield - Boo Boo Tig Notaro - Jody Jim Gaffigan - Henry Jason Mantzoukas - Mr. Manoogian Molly Shannon - Millie Frock Hannibal Buress - Hefty Jeff Bobcat Goldthwait - Gary (Candy Cane Truck Driver) Rachel Dratch - Jodi Kathryn Hahn - Jessica Jordan Peele - Horace (Magic Shop Owner)/Sandy Frye/Fanny/Don (Ghost hunter)/Max (Regular at Big Bobs)/Salesman at sofa store Matt Walsh - Rick (Wine tasting snob) Michael Showalter - Ethan (Wine tasting train attendant) Keegan-Michael Key - Todd(Cheersquad captain)/Darnell (Stuntman bootcamp instruc- tor)/Bartender (Sacred Couch)/Cory Battles Carly Simon - Herself Andy Daly - Ray (Owner of Fig Jam) Kumail Nanjini - Skip Marooch Carl Reiner - Henry (Regular at Big Bobs) Joe Lo Truglio - Bryce/Carl (One eyed snakes member)/ Lionel (Head chef at Fennel and Fog) Andy Richter - Wayne(Chinchilla enthusiast) Kaitlin Olson - Helen Henry Winkler - Mall Santa Steve Buscemi - Tom Innocenti (Lawyer from Sexy Dance Healing) Wanda Sykes - Sofa Queen Chris Parnell - Warren Fitzgerald Lauren Lapkus - Krissy (Boo-Boo fanclub leader) Paul Rudd - Jericho Cloris Leachman - Meryl Amy Schumer - Young Lady from Toy Store Ken Marino - Jack Conway/Agent Flanley Stephanie Beatriz - Chloe Barbash John Oliver - Ian Amberson Judah Friedlander - Ferdie Nick Kroll - Mr. Desanto Rob Riggle - Austin (Outdoor Adventure World Employee) Adam Driver - Art The Artist Todrick Hall - Triple X-mas (Cleavage to Beaver) Jillian Bell - Nat
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