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"Father, I like big butts and I cannot lie."
"O-kay... Well, Mr. Mix-a-lot, neither of those are sins. In fact, one is a Commandment, so..."
When you're 20: "Fuck the world! I can do anything!"
When you're 40: "The odds are low so I won't try."
When you're 60: "Fuck, I should've."
In life, you never have to be right. You only have to be assertive. If you're loud enough long enough, others tire and you win by default.
Fascinating. ~ The girl who (legally) became a corporation: http://we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2014/06/jennifer-lyn-morone-inc.php#.U_YkHvldV1a …
Politics is the poison of life's all-you-can-eat buffet.
"Forget the Millennials and Generation Z. How do we convert sperm and eggs into brand advocates *now*?"
I can't decide if I want to disrupt, growth hack, or crush it.
I don't think I should have to explain this, but when a guy vandalizes an art exhibit because he wants attention, maybe don't cover it?
This is the part where I have Corn Nuts and beer for dinner, like a fucking professional.
You have got to be kidding me. This is Onion-worthy in its tragedy. ~ ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Founder Drowns: http://www.salon.com/2014/08/20/co_founder_of_als_ice_bucket_challenge_drowns_at_age_27/ …
I like big butts. And small butts. Mostly butts, but also boobs. And I can lie. So what I'm saying is I'd make a terrible Sir Mix-A-Lot.
And in the end, we all die believing the narrative we prefer.
How One Mom Helped Thousands of Girls Learn to Code: http://www.marieclaire.com/world-reports/inspirational-women/kimberly-bryant-black-girls-code-women-changing-the-world …
I had no idea the NFL was so broke. Do you think we should do an ice bucket challenge to raise money for the NFL? http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/08/19/nfl-wants-super-bowl-halftime-performers-to-pay-for-the-privilege/ …
When militarized occupancy is your opening move, it doesn't leave much room for a follow-up.
I've known cops. Even the more bro-ish or cynical among them always struck me as well-trained and unlikely to lead with violence.
It doesn't seem like Ferguson's police have much training. They seem like a nervous frat with large guns. Is this typical of US PDs?