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 Fox News contributor Liz Trotta recently spewed a very hateful and contemptible rant against women in the military that will leave you angered and confused. When asked to comment on changes in the Pentagon's policies towards women that may put them in jobs closer to the front line of warfare, Trotta thought it was a great opportunity to re-victimize victims of military rape, hint that sexual abuse is expected in the military, and blame "the ... Read More
This recipe, from the gorgeous new book, Rose Petal Jam: Recipes From a Summer In Poland, looks unbelievably tasty, and is perfect for a Valenti-YUM!-'s Day treat. Not only are these rose-petal-jam-filled donuts beautiful---the deep red from the jam radiates love--but they are also author Beata Zatorska's favorite treats from her childhood in Poland. The recipes for both the simple jam and sweet doughnuts were passed down to her from her grandmother. And you know, ... Read More
Today is a day to celebrate love. It's the perfect day to cuddle up with your betrothed or your cat or a box of chocolates and a box of tissues and take in a romantic movie.  And when I think of "great romance films of our time," the first one that comes to mind is obviously The Room.  The so-bad-it's-great cult classic stars the incomparable Tommy Wiseau, whose charms even we at BUST are not immune to, as Johnny, a modern-day lover facing betrayal ... Read More
Do you have some love  you want to get off your chest and can’t quite find the right words to express it? Is there a holiday coming up, perhaps today, that you think deserves a sassy, hilarious card? Did your best friend nominate you to be her Valentine and now you feel obligated to deliver? Do you just like to send funny e-cards to your friend across the office, giggling your way through a dreary Tuesday? ALL THE ABOVE?! Well, send your ... Read More
A lone woman is standing at baggage claim in full army uniform. The look on her face suggests doubt that anyone is coming for her.  She lingers for a moment until a squeal is heard and the camera pans down to her young daughter latching on to her. As Kelli, played by Linda Cardellini (of Freaks and Geeks fame) reunites with her husband and two daughters, the camera hangs so close to their faces it's almost suffocating.  In writer/director ... Read More