"What Every Woman Knows: That THIS girls is the right sort for Hubby's Office." In its assumption that men proposition only attractive women, this early-20th-century postcard reflected a dominant understanding of male sexuality. When talking about sex in the office, then, the discourse focused on “pretty typewriters” and tempted husbands. Credit: Julie Berebitsky’s collection.
I remember one Christmas, all I wanted was a globe. I think it was Fifth grade. We had guests from around the world, come teach us about there country and culture. It was really aneat social studies program that went all yeat. Had a guest come once a week, each month we learned about a different country. Loved school!
Ray Bradbury once said, “the great fun in my life has been getting up every morning and rushing to the typewriter because some new idea has hit me.” And he wasn’t exaggerating. Bradbury wrote the first draft of Fahrenheit 451 on a rented typewriter i