Luc and Brett exchange some thoughts about what Equinox is trying to make these people do.
So some dudes who met on Twitter got together for a high school basketball game.
Intro: Now that I’ve moved from an SF Victorian to an NY Apartment…10 new graphs. Bey & Jay you will be missed. Note: I said NYC instead of NY in the title because using varying shortened naming conventions isn’t as blasphemous here as it is in SF. <- A bonus observation! Parenthetical: (Say “varying shortened naming […]
The American teenager wants a lot. A later curfew, a cool older boyfriend, to hang out with Rachel even though mom says she is a bad influence (I get all my information on teenagers from PSAs in the 90s). We can make a lot of noise about the need-driven society we live in, but all […]
Excluding March, of course. And including a week of 2015, cause some of us take our sweet time. Hate on haters. -SKS Keith: People who use too much space while dancing Look, I’ll just admit it, I don’t really enjoy dancing. I feel awkward, I look awkward, the whole thing can just really best be […]
The Stoop Kids Staff, for the most part, took long and frequent hiatuses from posting this year. Life, man. We’re kicking off a more verbose 2015 with a double “Things We” series for all of 2014 excluding March since we specifically HATED March, starting with TWL because new year, new loving us. Hate will be […]
“Are you mad at me?” she asked as we sat outside afterwards, steam rising off my body like a heated pool on a cold morning. “I’m fine,” I replied, uttering the fabled words oft spoken by girls who are not, as they claim to be, fine. In that moment I wasn’t sure how I was, […]
So I’ve gotten some recent requests from (mostly moms) that they’d like articles emailed straight to them. We used to have a subscribe feature but it was kind of wonky to begin with and now it’s broken. So I made a Tinyletter and all our problems are solved! Any time we’ve got new stuff up […]
If you care to, you can read a lot about my generation and the ways in which it is lost. I’ve always found this to be a pretty lazy generalization; the sort doled out by drunk alums at tailgates who love to tell you how much better things were in their day. All young people […]
A few weeks ago I moved from San Francisco to a new city. I’m not at liberty to say which city it is, but let’s just say moving here is a real declaration of my independence, and that while it may be rocky at the start, I’m sure there will be a silver lining […]