Posts By Stephanie

City Walks: or, Panic & Mayhem (Part 1)

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Sociologists should research how tourists interact with the tourist sites they visit. Are they genuinely attracted to these monuments, or is their interest subtly based on confusion and fear?

In other words, are tourist sites actually interesting to the millions of people who visit them, or do they merely serve as social havens for lost foreigners, showing them where to go and what to do?
Would closing these important locations cause panic and mayhem among the tourists?

Paris Skyline

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10 Amazing Clouds & Reasons To Notice Them

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A fluffy white cloud over a grassy green hill is not an overrated beauty, but it unduly distracts everyone from other clouds that are similarly awesome, despite their unusual or unpleasant situations.

Here’s to aesthetic equal rights for all clouds: ten clouds, ten contexts, and ten reasons to notice them.

Cloud 1: Near Pollution
(It almost camouflages the factory.)

Cloud factory – Amalfi by MorBCN

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The Cupcake Question

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Social experience has suggested that men are capable of voluntarily baking and decorating cupcakes without the help of women. Furthermore, they have enjoyed it.

cupcake

For example, the Butch Bakery in New York makes cupcakes that are for men, by men.

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5 Suggestions For Choosing The Best Cookbook

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cookbooks 101

The cookbook section of the bookstore seems too large. Its size is baffling when one considers how nearly all recipes are on websites or in magazines alongside ‘handy tips’ for color-coordinating the kitchen and dining room tablecloth.

Why would one purchase a cookbook with these other options? Is it tradition? Tangibility? The attractive photographs?

It might be education.

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