Cassi. 22. Milwaukee.
the magic and the misery come and go so easily.
i work way too much and study sociology in between. when i'm not doing that, i'm being a coffee and craft beer snob, people watching, marathoning netflix, or reading. i like sad songs, dogs, and the green bay packers. i haven't seen the whole world yet, but i'm going to.
What if Disney did a movie, that was animated like it was a moving Impressionist painting? I did this in an attempt to conjure up some imagery!
God I love this. People rethinking the limits of animation, that’s my favorite thing
According to the Census bureau, more than 37 million people in this country are living in poverty. In urban areas, basic amenities such as groceries and gasoline cost significantly more than in the suburbs. Bradley Schiller is author of The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination. Schiller is joined by Danette Tucker, who recently lost her job, to discuss whether it actually costs money to be poor in the U.S.
#even shorter answer: yes
Yes. Yes it does.