I’m starting to have that feeling that I shouldn’t spend so much time on the Internet because I find out stuff like this — things that are so crazy I can’t believe they actually happened. Allow me to introduce you to Elmer McCurdy.
Dylan Roof is the suspected shooter in the Charleston church shooting.
What does that say about you?
I’m going to have this on repeat all day.
This was hardly an isolated incident; thousands of young men and women have taken to the streets – cameras in hand – to protest against the New York State Psychiatry Association.
My issue with anonymity is people get to avoid that. It’s the online equivalent of cheating the system. You can go onto a website or a blog and say nasty, cruel and disgusting things and then click out of your browser and it has little to no effect on your life.
First things first, let’s understand that everyone writing a think piece is just talking to themselves.
I want to hug you again, hug you into a puddle, hug you into a tear, hug you into a gravity missile, hug you into a biscuit, hug you into a pile of cake crumbs on the kitchen floor.
Earlier this year, after finally listening to the advice of my wiser friends, I spent some time experimenting with the Pomodoro technique.