Journalism/art history student. Vegan and almost always hungry.
Seriously? I just blew last month's grocery money on Pixies tickets. What the hell, another 30 days subsisting on rice and lentils won't kill me, right?
Finally, someone says it: there is no such thing as buying "green" fashion.
All of these suggestions are right on the money but I want to offer one more: D.I.Y. Even if you aren't particularly crafty, it's easy to knit a scarf or turn an old jacket into a vest, etc. Not only is it rewarding to make your own clothes, but chances are if you are making or doing something with your hands, you are eschewing some other form of consumption.
Oh man, I can't wait for the rest of the celebrity-penned "Dear Kanye" letters that are sure to appear all over the internet within the next four hours.
With everything wrong in the world today, I envy the blissful ignorance of anyone who thinks that the biggest threat to their health and safety is a vampire bat or a grizzly bear.
And to anyone who is trying to villainize the Idaho wolves for the way they kill their prey, I suggest that you read about the factory farms where your steaks and hamburgers comes from. Then we can talk about unneccessary cruelty and who is guilty of it.
HORRID, GREEDIER TALENT. waah.
"Get back to rap, you're T-Paining too much?" We all know you think he's silly, Jay-Z. And the world agrees.
The art world needs at least a few people who can laugh at themselves. I look forward to finding out what this award show is all about.
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