“I call them my Earth Tribe,” she laughs. “They’re mostly in brown, green, earthy tones. They’ve been living in woods, and have become quite a team of warriors. What everyone wears is very practical, utilitarian. They’ve had to toughen up. No one cares who you were before the apocalypse. Now it’s, ‘Can you survive and hold your own?’ Then you’re introduced to the Governor and his group. They’re my Sky Tribe, which wears a little bit of blue. I wanted more of a conservative, uniform feeling, and a metal look–like guns, weapons, and the helicopter, which gave me their nickname.” … [Read more...] about What To Wear To The Apocalypse: Walking Dead Costumer Eulyn Womble On Telling A Story With Wardrobe
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On Twitter, Yang admitted that he was partially to blame for the issue (can you imagine a president who accepts partial blame?) in that he is a newcomer to the debate format, which is not a natural one for him, and needed “very specific behaviors that feel very forced.” He promised that he’s a “quick study,” though, and will do better in the next debate, scheduled to take place in Detroit in just 30 days. … [Read more...] about People are mad that Andrew Yang got the least speaking time at the Democratic debate
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While Lorraine was wrong in that no prominent Democratic leaders have had COVID-19—Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Virginia governor Ralph Northam are among those who’ve tested positive—she was certainly correct about the imbalance. But the answer to her question is obvious: Republicans on the whole have taken coronavirus far less seriously than Democrats, and they are also far less likely to wear masks. It’s not a matter of opinion, but an easily observed reality with a massive breadcrumb trail of video footage and tweets for future historians. … [Read more...] about The other attack inside the Capitol that we need to talk about