Eventually he came across the concept of “reproductive justice,” developed by black feminists who argued that the best way to raise women out of poverty is to give them control of their reproductive decisions. Finally, he had his “come to Jesus” moment and the bell rang. This would be his civil-rights struggle. He would serve women in their darkest moment of need. “The protesters say they’re opposed to abortion because they’re Christian,” Parker says. “It’s hard for them to accept that I do abortions because I’m a Christian.”
He gave up obstetrics to become a full-time abortionist on the day, five years ago, that George Tiller was murdered in church. The Abortion Ministry of Dr. Willie Parker – Esquire
I think they’re gonna wanna hear the “Hey now”.
Hank’s affectation rendered as a glorious supercut.
Take your meal on a rickety, spinning adventure with this supercut of most (all?) references to Hank’s Look-Around Café. One of my favorite episodes of The Larry Sanders Show is undoubtedly The Grand Opening but it’s hard to pick favorites with a show that has so much nuance. It’s brilliant, really, from writing to casting and everything in-between.
I’ve always been one to say, at least for my money,
That, uh, nothing really aids digestion quite like centrifugal force.
That’s Hank’s Look-Around Café, 336 Melrose. Go ahead.