It seems to me that the years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready.
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It sounds like they are trying to stunt cast the shit out of these next few, allegedly.
I thought Lonely Island gave her a pass from the edi-hating dysgrammatophobic (even though there may be no word for fear of bad grammer; I caught it don’t worry your pretty little idiosyncratic etymological heads about it) grammarians.
The week in review: a woman with tampons and a black kid with Skittles are both more dangerous than a white man with a gun.
That awkward moment when George Zimmerman’s brother says the family fears vigilantes who might try to take the law into their own hands.
My goals are so high that I don’t have time to relax, in any way shape or form.
A meritocracy is a system in which the people who are the luckiest in their health and genetic endowment; luckiest in terms of family support, encouragement, and, probably, income; luckiest in their educational and career opportunities; and luckiest in so many other ways difficult to enumerate — these are the folks who reap the largest rewards. The only way for even a putative meritocracy to hope to pass ethical muster, to be considered fair, is if those who are the luckiest in all of those respects also have the greatest responsibility to work hard, to contribute to the betterment of the world, and to share their luck with others.
Wha-wha-whaaaaaaattt … yes sir!