lemonysnicketlibrary:

For a limited time, Mr. Lemony Snicket, the author responsible for the new series All The Wrong Questions, will answer your wrong questions. 
In his latest volume, "Shouldn’t You Be in School?", Snicket investigates strange goings-on at an educational establishment. 
If you have wrong questions about your education, or the education of the someone you know, or are simply wondering if your suspicions about your school or teachers are unfounded, forward your queries to Mr. Snicket HERE. He’ll see what he can do.
Answers will be posted on Tuesday, October 7th @ 4p EST / 1p PST.

lemonysnicketlibrary:

For a limited time, Mr. Lemony Snicket, the author responsible for the new series All The Wrong Questions, will answer your wrong questions. 

In his latest volume, "Shouldn’t You Be in School?", Snicket investigates strange goings-on at an educational establishment. 

If you have wrong questions about your education, or the education of the someone you know, or are simply wondering if your suspicions about your school or teachers are unfounded, forward your queries to Mr. Snicket HERE. He’ll see what he can do.

Answers will be posted on Tuesday, October 7th @ 4p EST / 1p PST.

Reblogged from lemonysnicketlibrary

illbeoutback:

If you’re protesting abortion, the Supreme Court says you can get right in women’s faces and scream at them on their way into the clinic. Because freedom of speech.

But if you try and protest the murder of a black man, you get tear gas fired at you.

humansofnewyork:

Before I return to New York portraits, I want to share some portraits and stories that I gathered on an unscheduled side trip that I took to Jerusalem. Because of the hastily arranged nature of the trip, I worked with some unorthodox interpreters, including an extremely bright sixteen year old Palestinian boy. He approached everyone quite confidently, until we got to this group, and suddenly he got fidgety and clammed up. “Um, I don’t know,” he said. “They, um, will probably say no, um, maybe we should ask someone else.”
(Jerusalem)

humansofnewyork:

Before I return to New York portraits, I want to share some portraits and stories that I gathered on an unscheduled side trip that I took to Jerusalem. Because of the hastily arranged nature of the trip, I worked with some unorthodox interpreters, including an extremely bright sixteen year old Palestinian boy. He approached everyone quite confidently, until we got to this group, and suddenly he got fidgety and clammed up. “Um, I don’t know,” he said. “They, um, will probably say no, um, maybe we should ask someone else.”

(Jerusalem)

Reblogged from humansofnewyork