Eviedentially
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Apr 10, 2014 Eviedentially commented on American Blogger: Finally, Someone Thinks Of The White Women.
1: While that's true for a lot of people who blog, I think you overlooked the fact that many of the top "lifestyle" blogs are much more aspirational than navel-gazing. They're business. These women work really hard to show well-manicured, stylish versions of their lives, and if you're thinking it's entirely confessional then you're naive. Even the style of photography and the colors used is the same across most of these blogs!

It's my guilty pleasure the way some people read trashy magazines. It's not realistic to the lives of most of the awesome women I know, and sometimes I feel like shit after reading them, but I'm always reading them.
Dec 4, 2012 Eviedentially commented on Schools Are Teaching Less Fiction Because Fiction Isn't Helpful for Shitty Business Jobs.
Well, there is some evidence about the effect of fiction on the brain: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/18/opinio…
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Jun 19, 2012 Eviedentially commented on "HEY I WANT TO KNOW WHO HERE IS FROM CALIFORNIA AND CAN EDUCATE US ON ALL MEXICAN FOOD?!!".
I just don't understand why people from the Bay Area don't STFU about the authenticity of their Mexican food. Mission-style Mexican food isn't even authentic! I'm from California. I grew up eating at taquerias in Tijuana and San Diego. I'm from eight miles from the border.

Fuck y'all; Rancho Bravo is delicious. This "more authentic than thou" Mexican food is everywhere, and it's annoying as shit.