Monthly Archives: July 2011

New or Used

It is a daunting decision we all have to make on occasion.  Here’s yet another example:

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Guess 911 was too short

Sometimes less is more.  This is certainly the case for the police phone number and one poorly placed bolt.

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Built for the Short Screws

Marketing geniuses.

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Pass the TP, and some Jesus while your at it.

Found this in the bathroom of a restaurant the other day: Certainly the right place for comfort, assurance and salvation….depends on what you ate.

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Ugly? Yep. Gross? Maybe a little harsh

Guess there’s no disguising the fact that this is one gross school bus. Pass the hand sanitizer please.  (I’m looking at you Hershey, PA)

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Glock Radio, Now with Snooze Bar

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Stuff

I love Paul Graham’s essays.  When I’m reading about startups he’s always referenced (for good reason).  Now, while reading JD Roth’s “Your Money: The Missing Manual” I stumble across a reference to Paul Graham’s “Stuff“.  While Paul certainly isn’t recalling any run-in’s with Tyler Durden, he is speaking from the same soap box (yes, pun [...]

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I’m only slightly stupider…

..than I look

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  • Almost Random Quote

    “….And that’s not the worst of it. The thing that really sucks about having a regular job is the expectation that you’re supposed to be there at certain times. Even Google is afflicted with this, apparently. And what this means, as everyone who’s had a regular job can tell you, is that there are going to be times when you have absolutely no desire to work on anything, and you’re going to have to go to work anyway and sit in front of your screen and pretend to. To someone who likes work, as most good hackers do, this is torture.” — Paul Graham, Why Not To Start A Startup. 2007