Ask in New York City, and Siri will tell you: ‘I didn’t find any abortion clinics.’” —10 things the iPhone Siri will help you get instead of an abortion (via interwber)
Quite the personal question, Anon. But at the moment, no. If you were to have asked a month ago it would’ve been a different answer.
‘MY WIFE IS ACCEPTABLE’
During work on Thursday, a coworker showed me a photo she was scanning. It was an image of a headstone that a significant other wrote with praising words. Overhearing this exchange, my boss felt the need to rebut my coworker’s photo with the image above.
The photograph is by photographer Jim Goldberg for a series called Rich and Poor. Although the series is supposed to juxtapose the two economic classes in a manner which highlights their differences and similarities, this photograph is used in a completely different context when applied to my real life situation. In this series, Goldberg asked the subjects to write their comments, thoughts, feelings, etc. on their photo. There is a sense of irony and sadness when I look at the image above.
‘My wife is acceptable. Our relationship is satisfactory.
‘Edgar looks splendid here. His power and strength of character came through. He is a very private person who is not demonstrative of his affection; that has never made me unhappy. I accept him as he is.
We are totally devoted to each other.
May you be as lucky in marriage!’