Don't worry. She'll quit long before the subscription lapses.
"[sideways moue] Aw boo hoo hoo," Now that's discussion on an adult level!
(What Stripper Heels Would Mary Magdalene Wear?)
It would almost be worth it for the confirmation hearings. Can you imagine Elizabeth Warren questioning her?
"So we can talk skills and this, that, and the other thing, but we’re not going to have any success until we do work together at that much higher level and shoot our kids because Second Amendment."
Rocks, however, are commonplace in the Bible Belt. It's what they use to subdue nonbelievers when a firearm ain't handy.
"...we have no idea how her content calendar works. There’s absolutely no rhyme or reason to how much content goes out the door over a given period of time, no consistency to the writing or the production, no overarching messages to be found save for the never-ending list of imagined grievances that animates the Tea Party right."
I think that her content calendar is correlated to the available supply of meth, booze and blow. Yeah, yeah, correlation does not imply causation but it is at least a working hypothesis.
When the CEOs of corporations abandon their lucrative posts to teach kids what a business is, who will be running their corporations? Unemployed teachers? Socrates?
In the wake of the Terry Schiavo outrage, many people are signing Living Wills and Do Not Resuscitate Orders. Of course Jeb and the Florida Republicans can't let it go at that. In Florida, your attorney has to use a particular dump truck load of verbiage not to be found in Living Wills in other states, and not any other slightly different verbiage or the whole thing is null and void. OK, you go to your attorney and have these documents prepared at considerable expense. Now, they can let it go, right?
No, you have to keep your ear to the ground lest they modify the dump truck load of verbiage and add another dump truck load of verbiage. OK, your lawyer is on the qui vive and makes the required changes (at considerable expense.) Hooray, you're out of the woods!
No, not quite, because, thanks to Jeb and Florida Republicans, Florida ALSO requires that you fill out another document which your attorney is forbidden to prepare for you. No, you have to go to your primary care physician for the form. And heaven help you if he gives you the wrong form or if you don't quite fill it out correctly. Also, better be sure that, when you lose consciousness, you don't fall into the hands of a specialist or an ER doctor who doesn't have your form on file. Of course, you can always wake up from your coma just long enough to call your primary care physician and straighten out the confusion.
I emphasize the fact that adhering to all of these requirements is time-consuming and expensive. If you don't have the dough to hire a crackerjack lawyer and doctor, your only inexpensive alternate strategy is to jump off the Tampa Skyway Bridge and hope that nobody fishes you out.