And this is the "Stabler" that will take up so much space:
1. Ann Coulter (she would be difficult to live with because she's really mean and also crazy)
She tweeted after the debate that she approved of Romney's decision "to be kind and gentle to the retard."
She later tweeted (the "he" is Obama): "If he's 'the smartest guy in the room' it must be one retarded room."
Probably she tweeted these tweets because not enough people had been outraged by an earlier tweet she tweeted, about a video Obama made for the National Forum on Disability Issues: "Been busy, but is Obama STILL talking about that video? I had no idea how crucial the retarded vote is in this election."
2. Sue-Ann Levy (she's Canada's answer to "she would be difficult to live with because she's really mean and also crazy")
During Monday's debate, she tweeted: "Obama says he 'will stand' with Israel if attacked and they are a 'true friend.' His nose is growing again. #MuslimBS"
3. A bunch of scientists
Researchers asked a bunch of scientists to share their thoughts about why there aren't so many women in science, and why when women do go into science, they tend to be more interested in biology than physics:
“Physics is more difficult for girls and you need a lot of thinking, and the calculation, and the logic. So that’s maybe hard for girls.” — male grad student, physics
Awesome. And if you think women can also say some worrisome and essentialist things about women, but do so in a slightly less douche-y fashion, you're absolutely right:
"Physics is more abstract and biology is more concrete. Women are less likely to like abstract things.” — female associate professor, physics