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Everyone made the same joke after Sunday's huge 'Game of Thrones' moment

On Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, a very significant thing happened that fans of the shows are joking about, despite how sad that very significant thing is. 221 more words


I Tired 'o' Mush. Tonite I Gets Pizza From Pizza Store

I’m contemplating beginning a manuscript (I say beginning because I’m not sure it could ever be finished) on prevalence ridiculously personified.

This would be somewhere between an electronic “how to” manual, … 293 more words

On Writing

Changing the Horror Movie in your Head

Anxiety is a hum of fear that vibrates underneath your every day experience and blows up into visions that can derail your day and your life. 621 more words


In Which I Make a Big Deal Out of Doors

This morning, I was walking into my office building.  There are 2 sets of doors to walk through before you hit the lobby.  You know.  Like… most… lobbies.   1,101 more words


New York’s Elevators Define The City

“This is a three-dimensional city.” At FiveThirtyEight, Oliver Roeder dives into the fascinating history of New York City elevators using a new database that lists every elevator in town.


The art of the hustle — in elevators, on flights, and even in the toilet

(Source: e27.co)

The great Jack Ma cited that your business’ best benefactors are strangers who buy your products. After part-timing/ hustling a total of 116 sales jobs in 2014, I firmly believe that human-centric offline selling is really the be-all of your early-, mid- and late-stage startup success. 725 more words


Friday the 13th: Origins, Myths, and Beliefs

Today was Friday the Thirteenth.

A day that is deemed to be very unlucky to many people. And the superstition surrounding this day are anything but new; beliefs about the number thirteen can be traced back to 1700 B.C. 949 more words