About two years ago I switched to cocaine because I could work the next day. Jeremy is telling me this from a hospital bed, six stories above Seattle. Jeremy is not the friend I was expecting to have this conversation with. Until a few weeks ago, I had no idea he used anything heavier than martinis. He is trim, intelligent, gluten-free, the kind of guy who wears a work shirt no matter what day of the week it is.
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J. Edgar Hoover: Gay or Just a Man Who Has Sex With Men?
Edgar Hoover led a deeply repressed sexual life, living with his mother until he was 40, awkwardly rejecting the attention of women and pouring his emotional, and at times, physical attention on his handsome deputy at the FBI, according to the new movie, "J. Edgar," directed by Clint Eastwood. Filmgoers never see the decades-long romance between the former FBI director, and his number two, Clyde Tolson, consummated, but there's plenty of loving glances, hand-holding and one scene with an aggressive, long, deep kiss.
And today in news that is simultaneously sobering, unsurprising, and outrage-inducing, we have this: According to a survey by Tork, a company which makes paper goods like napkins and paper towels, millennials are afraid to take lunch breaks at work — and the reason why is what makes the whole thing so awful. People need to eat! Between Dec. The respondents covered the baby boomer, Gen X, and millennial generations, with millennials — arguably the most, uh, wibbly of generations — being defined as those who were between the ages of 18 and 35, or born between and , when they completed the survey. One in four millennials worry that their boss will see them as less hard-working if they take a lunch break, compared to just one in 10 boomers.