My Uncle Walt died today. The one thing I remember most about Uncle Walt was he was the first person to teach me how to make a paper airplane. It didn’t fly well, but it was the best paper airplane ever.
I best knew Natalie Portman from those shitty Star Wars movies where Darth Vader’s a bitch and V for Vendetta, which was pretty good. I didn’t really think too much of her, though. Click the Details button to read the rest.
God knows I love foreigners. Different cultures fascinate me. As a citizen of a country that is made up of every culture in the world, it surprises me that so many people don’t like foreigners. They have so much to offer, not the least of which is their music.
I don't want to see it, but if we get in the car and hear a thump and a scream, it's not our problem.
Randy, from My Name is Earl, says this while watching a guy try to kill himself in the middle of the highway. Kinda dumb show but some great lines in it.
There are a lot of religions in this world. It seems that there is some inborn urge for us to believe in a higher power, and as such, many people have claimed to find the “true” way of that higher power. The problem is, with so many religions, how do you find the one that’s right for you? Here’s an easy to follow guide that explains the three religions of Judaic origin. With tongue fully in cheek.
You're red-boxing the bookstore.
What Rob told me after I explained my Kindle to him.
Here’s another page that will never get posted by my client. So sad.
I figured I would write something a little more accurate than the typical dross I’ve been putting out, catering to fanboys. So today, I want to speak to you about the reality of the Star Wars situation. It’s not fucking real.
And what is a kiss, specifically? A pledge properly sealed, a promise seasoned to taste, a vow stamped with the immediacy of a lip, a rosy circle drawn around the verb 'to love.' A kiss is a message too intimate for the ear, infinity captured in the bee's brief visit to a flower, secular communication with an aftertaste of heaven, the pulse rising from the heart to utter its name on a lover's lip: 'Forever.'
So last night I was watching 30 Rock (surprise surprise), and it was the episode where Jack is trying to work his way back to the top. In it, he tells a crew of lower placed employees to “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” This is a GREAT little maxim, that goes beyond clothing. In truth, it should be taken as “Work the job you want.”
This is the original piece that prompted this site. I was writing page after page after page about different types of flooring, and just as a way to mentally refresh, I wrote this in the same style as the other pages. Leo loved it so much, he actually sent it to our client, who also enjoyed it.