Drink and be thankful to the host! What seems insignificant when you have it, is important when you need it.
“It’s hard not to like someone once your know their story.” —Mr. Rogers
Just came from walking straight into street fight in-between Times Square & Rockefeller Xmas Tree —2 men/2 women— easy to see the spirit of Christmas is alive and well …
As we all know, people all over the world use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family. You meet someone. You friend him or her on Facebook to keep in touch. These friendships began …
Just saw David Duchovny @ 77th & Lex — amidst the snowflakes in flannel.
History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, however, if faced with courage, need not be lived again.
― Maya Angelou
You might think this is a joke, but this is serious business. From Laura Noren, a PhD candidate in sociology, the axes of public peeing…
Sugary “Hip Hop” Cupcakes Embroiled in Blackface Scandal
There is video & they sing…? What could go wrong?
A video for Duncan Hines’ Amazing Glazes has angered viewers for its depiction of, uh, cupcakes in black face. Racist cupcakes? Facing criticism, Duncan Hines pulled the video from YouTube. But we managed to get a copy of the video, below. Judge for yourself:
My second time (as a helpful friend) in an ER in Manhattan, and I really do believe that our healthcare sucks—no matter how much it costs….(altho’ the FDNY ambulance drivers were both helpful & hot)
“No, Paul the beef carpenter. OF COURSE I mean Paul the real estate novelist!”
—Davy in the Navy [talking to Billy Joel]
“Billions of pounds of chicken litter have flowed into the bay in the decades since international poultry conglomerates such as Perdue and Tyson targeted the Delmarva Peninsula for their multi-million-dollar operations.” The industry has been “treating the Chesapeake Bay like an open toilet,”
The Joy of Stats, a one-hour documentary, hosted by none other than the charismatic Hans Rosling, explores the growing importance of statistics: [W]ithout statistics we are cast adrift on an ocean … Continue reading