Lie to no one. If there 's somebody close to you, you'll ruin it with a lie. If they're a stranger, who the fuck are they you gotta lie to them?
"Record stores"? What are they?
It got a little too exaggerated toward the end, but overall, I think this was one of SNL's finest efforts.
Made me laugh at loud. (Not for the easily offended.)
Congratulations to DonorsChoose for making the cover of Fast Company and for being selected Fast Company's ninth "Most Innovative Company".
An I-banker explains why long hours are necessary in I-banking and argues "It could be a very, very long time—read never—before women make up a larger portion of revenue-producing investment bankers."
Former corporate lawyer now earns a living playing with Lego.
NPR reports that there's some reason to think so.
Boy, I hope it pans out. We sure could have used a solution for our younger daughter.
(See also "The 10 Nightmare Cities Where No One Wants to Drive").
Detroit's People Mover is great, terrific, a modern marvel, but . . . so few people want to ride it, it loses about $4/ticket.
Is it any wonder Detroit is broke?