Skylar: Maybe we could go out for coffee sometime?
Will: Great, or maybe we could go somewhere and just eat a bunch of caramels.
Will: When you think about it, it's just as arbitrary as drinking coffee.
Vote for the man who promises least; he’ll be the least disappointing.– Bernard Baruch
More Americans snipping landlines in favor of cell... →
Almost one in six households (15.8 percent) are wireless-only, meaning that at least one family in the household owns a wireless phone but there is no landline telephone. About 14.5 percent of adults (or 32 million Americans, by the survey’s numbers) live in wireless-only households, while 14.4 percent of children (10 million) do. Wireless-only households are on the rise. During the same...
Dolls are the most absurd toy in a girl’s life. Why? Because basically it...– Girl Absurdity
I plan to stick with my current job until I get the hang of it.– Ted Kennedy when asked if he would consider VP nomination.
I too drink it black. My dad taught me better than to waste a cup of coffee on...– daddyohohoh
Cornflakes in cereal killer warning →
news.com.au: The effects of the toxins, known as mycotoxins, have been known since the Middle Ages when rye bread contaminated with ergot fungus was a staple part of the European diet, environmental health researcher Lisa Bricknell of Central Queensland University (CQU) said. “People started suffering mass hallucinations, manic depression, gangrene, abortions, reduced fertility and painful,...
The Mysteries of the Suicide Tourist →
siddman: Why the same things that attract millions of happy visitors to New York—the glamour, the skyline, the anonymity—also draw people from around the world to kill themselves here.
Great ideas often receive violent opposition from mediocre minds.– Albert Einstein (via theministryoftruth) (via michaelikesit)
Treating Leaders Like They’re Remedial →
Todd shares a great post quoting General Patton saying, “Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.” I love it. Understand when you…
Nanohealing substance stops bleeding in seconds,... →
We may already have spray-on bandages, but Arch Therapeutics has developed a nanostructured substance that they say stops bleeding almost instantly. Originally developed at MIT, the material is awaiting FDA approval and could make its way into operating rooms soon. The liquid is made up of amino acids that form peptides and cluster into long fibers when exposed to salty environments, like, say, a...
How to Catch Up on Lost Sleep: Don't Rush It →
Sleep debt is real. Go to bed too late or wake up too early day after day, and you’ll be faced with your own personal sleep credit crisis. It’s not entirely clear what’s going on in the body when this happens, but this NIH explainer suggests the compound adenosine may play a key role. You can pay down that debt, but not in a single weekend sleep marathon. Instead, SciAm says, you need to get an...