Afternoon Snack

You ever think back to what you were doing around a year ago and just kind of astral project for a minute? Just us? Either way, let’s get our two feet and our booties on solid ground with this grounding Afternoon Snack.

This week, we simply have to open with endless gratitude for a lawmaker who actually gives a damn. Thank you to Cori Bush for doing everything in her power to make the president do something to prevent millions of people from suffering the untimely end of the pandemic eviction moratorium.

“If following the exact same road and doing the exact same things that Congress has done for so long – if those things worked, we would not have had this situation on Friday. So we needed to do something different.”

Cori Bush, interviewed by Poppy Noor

POME fave Sarah Mirk has a new comic about donating used clothing with dignity: it turns out that there is a lot you can do up front to make sure you’re donating something people can actually use. We learned a lot from this comic!

If you’re in a position where you really do need to be getting rid of clothes that don’t work for you, and possibly getting some new ones that do, check out friend-of-POME Nic’s new e-course, Feel good, dress better 101. This self-guided course offers a “style therapy” approach that helps you understand what works best for your individual needs, even if you don’t think about style in your current everyday life!

New and old tabletop RPG fans are going to want to get in on this new officially licensed Avatar: The Last Airbender tabletop roleplaying game, which was funded on Kickstarter in a whopping 15 minutes. There are 22 days to go and tons of amazing rewards and stretch goals to nab: you know what to do, fellow nerds!

With this weekend’s new moon in Leo, it is only right to close out praising–yes that’s right, it’s really happening– the Fraserssance. Long live the king!!!

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A collage featuring the top 10 crones of the year for 2023.

Crones of the Year 2023

As we spiral ever further towards certain catastrophe on this interminable mortal coil, there are some lights of hope that pass fleetingly by. Most often: the crones or otherwise eternal baddies found in all of our favorite escapist media. And so we present our top ten 2023 Crones of the Year.

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