President Obama is on a campaign to get everyone covered under the Affordable Care Act, so he made a stop on the worst talk show ever, “Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis.”
Zach has a tendency to be rude to his guests. The president has a tendency to not tolerate that nonsense. Comedy ensues.
DISCLOSURE: This is a comedy bit and not a real thing. Don’t panic.
Just a fraction of the cool stuff I learned when researching women’s history.
They get so hot that the nuclei of the atoms fuse together deep within them to make the oxygen we breathe. The carbon in our muscles, the calcium in our bones, the iron in our blood, all was cooked in the fiery hearts of long-vanished stars.
|Ravenclaw:||Knowledge comes first|
|Syltherin:||Knowledge is power|
|Hufflepuff:||Knowledge is gained through hard work|
|Gryffindor:||THIS IS SPARTA|
But when the time came to field questions from the mostly female audience, one woman posed this query: “You guys have a great, diverse set of characters, but was it a conscious decision for Mindy to be the only female doctor, and the only doctor color of show?” There were a couple of minutes of pleasant response, with co-panelists and Mindy co-stars Ike Barinholtz and Adam Pally earnestly praising their female cast members. But by then, Kaling had lost patience: “I look at shows on TV, and this is going to just seem defensive, but I’m just gonna say it: I’m a fucking Indian woman who has her own fucking network television show, OK?”
There’s good bosses, and then there’s bosses who think their personal beliefs are more important than your health. But the way we see it, good bosses don’t try to interfere with or control their employees’ personal lives and health care decisions—and they don’t try to deny you birth control coverage just because they personally don’t agree with it.