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Elizabeth Holmes
Roving reporter after 10+ years covering style/retail/politics . Midwest heart, East Coast spirit, West Coast newbie.
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Elizabeth Holmes 8h
Replying to @EdieS
NEVER LEAVE
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Elizabeth Holmes 8h
Ladies. I cannot.
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Elizabeth Holmes 8h
SIGH. It’s v v v hard to live in this tiny, bizarre bubble.
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Elizabeth Holmes 8h
YAY ! As a resident + observer of Silicon Valley, I'm looking forward to reading your deep dives.
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Elizabeth Holmes 9h
The future is weird but also really freaking cool. Where was this when I lived in my tiny NYC studio??
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 23
Wait wait WAIT, who in the world panned Fred Claud?? SMDH. That’s one of my favorite holiday movies.
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 23
Replying to @lisarya
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 22
Replying to @lea
I am aghast
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 22
Replying to @carolyneholmes
We’ve learned Fitz loves dogs...from afar
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Lea Goldman Sep 21
This is a MUST read
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Cindy Gallop Sep 21
Men: your girlfriends haven't told you. Your wives haven't told you. Your daughters haven't told you. Your female colleagues haven't told you. Your female bosses haven't told you. Your women friends haven't told you. YOU HAVE NO IDEA. Read
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Andy Richter Sep 21
I’m 51. It is appalling to me that the “why women don’t report sexual assault” pieces that I’ve seen published throughout my ENTIRE life are still necessary. As if simple human empathy wasn’t enough to understand why. Be better, men. You make life awful for women. Stop it.
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Laura Hazard Owen Sep 21
just a few reasons you wouldn't tell: -you're going to college. you're putting it behind you. -you don't want your parents to know. it's not just embarrassing to tell them -- it's, like, inconceivable. -the guy's a loser. -your teachers might find out. (1/
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 21
And, too, thinking about the effect of these moments on our identities and our sense of self worth, how significant and shaping these moments have been—it's staggering.
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 21
I have realized that I know more women who have suffered their own moment, myself included, than I do women who have not. It's shocking and destabilizing to wrap one's mind around the breadth of it all.
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 21
Resurfacing this piece on the occasion of Farfetch's IPO. The site invests heavily in photography and presentation to avoid looking like a hot mess of a hodgepodge a la Amazon. My look at the luxury logistical feat:
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 20
Replying to @michelleruiz
Oh she most definitely has a job! The royals lead a charmed life, to be sure, but they work
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 20
Listened to this and am even more perplexed by the use of "aggression" as a descriptor instead of "assault"
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 20
Replying to @katierosman
Listening now. Have no doubt it's a v powerful story. If I remember correctly in her written piece, she became suicidal after? Something that traumatic deserves to be called what it is: assault
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Elizabeth Holmes Sep 20
Replying to @katierosman
I read her story. Why is the Daily calling is aggression and not assault?
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