Joined: Nov 21, 2012
Gabrielle studies Medieval and Renaissance literature and dreams of becoming an unemployed graduate student in an unspecified European country. She's fascinated by the lives of people who lived hundreds of years ago -- what they ate, wore, listened to and what the best pick-up lines were. In her free time, she watches movies appropriate for ages 3-5, runs from the sound of crunching numbers and still denies that the Enlightenment ever happened.
“Nine little Suffergets, Finding boys to hate, One kisses Willie Jones, And then there are Eight.” Ten Little Suffergets tells the sad tale of ten little girls who lose their pro-suffrage leanings when they spy shiny objects like toys, men, and the Sa
The Social Security Administration has data on baby names going back to 1880. For the first 67 years, Mary was the most popular female baby name in the United States. Linda finally surpassed her in 1947. Related Fact: For the first 44 years, John was the