Am I the [insert expletive here]?
If you want to see sexism as it is in contemporary western society, particularly in heterosexual relationships it's all laid out on the Reddit forum called "Am I the ***?" This is a place where users ask readers for an objective opinion on whether or not they're behaving badly.
Jessica Valenti writes: "There's the guy furious with his girlfriend for dressing up for a work Zoom (because how dare she look nice for anyone but him); the husband who wants to forbid his wife from breastfeeding in public; the man who is mad that his wife who has just given birth doesn't "dress sexy" anymore; and of course the one who feels betrayed that his wife keeps her own savings account. There's the man who needs "complete silence" from his stay-at-home wife and two toddlers while he works from home, because "it's her job to be silent and shut the kids up"; the husband who refuses to do any domestic work at all because his wife isn't asking nicely enough (he also seems to think his wife has a natural predilection for thankless activity: "She doesn't really rest," he wrote, "that's not her thing"); the guy who wants his girlfriend to sell her house because she bought it with money she earned while stripping; and the man who walked out (literally) on his wife when she got an ovarian cancer diagnosis ("I had begged her to have kids since we were 26, but she refused for her career," he wrote as a justification for storming out of the doctor's office).
The Sad Socialists, playing a venue near you!
The political spray can operator's intention is denigrate and belittle (and maybe resurrect a good old-fashion witch trial) but the great irony is Ginny Anderson has got some great social media mileage out of sharing the picture herself and laughing it off. Some unhinged billboard graffiti is the best way to go a bit viral in the modern election.
How long would it take to drive to the sun?
Longer than you think. The distance from the Sun to the Earth is around 93 million miles. Theoretically, If a person drove a car (with an unlimited amount of fuel) at a speed of 93 miles an hour (about 150 km/hr), then it would take 1,000,000 hours, or over 114 years before he arrives at the Sun.