Riesling is a white grape variety used to make the sweet wine Mae drinks at her first Circle Party #VCUcircle #36
#VCUCircle #140 tarpaulin: similar to a tent. Usually made of a waterproof material.
Jackson Hole is apparently a mountain resort in the Tetons in Wyoming. Huh. 2 bed 1 bath condos seem to start as much as $350,000. A house starts around $500,000. A nice house? Up to $5 million.
“it was they who grew the company into the force that subsumed Facebook, Twitter, Google, and finally Alacrity, Zoopa, Jefe, and Quan.” I want to know what in the Circle’s universe all of these sites do. They are all named seemingly at random. Alacrity is defined as willingness, readiness or enthusiasm. Zoopa is already the […]
Carleton College- the liberal arts school Mae and Annie attended. Didn’t know is was real. Must not be THAT prestigious, Mae. But apparently they do have a good women’s track and field program.
“were passing through the company’s new gallery where a half-dozen Basquiats hung” In case anyone isn’t familiar with the 70s-80s Primitivist painter… I don’t think his work fits the Circle’s aesthetic very much. More of a power symbol to own than an actual interest? Interesting as well because a lot of his topics in his art […]
Since when do sharks eat whole sea turtles? That actually was pretty sad. #VCUcircle #316
“The doctor held out a silver bracelet, about three inches wide. Mae had seen health monitors on Jared and Dan, but theirs were made of rubber, and fit loosely. This one was thinner and lighter. ‘I think so. It measures your heart rate?’” Today at work I saw a commercial for a rubber heart rate […]
LuvLuv seems like a smart idea but then it gets to be sketchy when he looks up the food and can tell where she last ate and WHAT SHE ATE. Talk about invasion of privacy. #VCUcircle #124
It’s crazy to think racial profiling is still so popular in their world. It almost seems worse than today’s. #VCUcircle #421