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

    The opportunity, though, is the biggest of our generation (or the last one, for that matter). The opportunity is there for anyone (with or without a job) smart enough to take it–to develop a best in class skill, to tell a story, to spread the word, to be in demand, to satisfy real needs, to run from the mediocre middle and to change everything.

    ¡Note! Like all revolutions, this is an opportunity, not a solution, not a guarantee. It’s an opportunity to poke and experiment and fail and discover dead ends on the way to making a difference. The old economy offered a guarantee–time plus education plus obedience = stability. The new one, not so much. The new one offers a chance for you to take a chance and make an impact.
    — Seth Godin, Blog, 2011