I always thought that my dad’s affinity for a classic wedge salad—iceberg, tomatoes, bacon, blue cheese dressing—was an old man thing, like continuing to buy the same ill-fitting GAP jeans for two decades, or repeating stale, vaguely inappropriate jokes at family get-togethers. I imagine that, as men age, there’s a sort of gravitational pull toward the comfort provided by blandness and reliability.
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On June 10, Virgin Management announced the company will allow all men and women to take fully paid, shared parental leave for up to a whole year. This new policy comes just two months after the U.K. introduced the Shared Parental Leave legislation , which allows both parents to take a combined 50 weeks of leave, either jointly or split into blocks (for example, 25 weeks off for one parent, followed by 25 weeks for the other).
The main difference between New York and San Francisco is that in NY you have to walk with your head up so you don’t run into ppl and in SF you have to walk with your head down so you don’t step in shit.