I love you all but will be FURIOUS if I end up in the greys.
good ass kinja
Lauren. I’m grateful for you. Your enthusiasm for rolling up your sleeves and finding a solution to any problem in infectious. Your honesty is admirable. And I hope you know that even though we may work for different companies now, you are stuck with me.
Jaime finally nutting up and ditching cersei was a highlight of the episode
Daenerys is really gonna have Aegon her face when she finds out who she’s hooking up with tonight!
It’s a little upsetting Euron is still fighting with Cersei, my 2nd favorite moment from the episode was his ‘Fvck this shit! Peace Out’ moment. At least I’ll always have Littlefinger on the verge of tears when realizing that he wasn’t slippery enough to worm his way out of that one.
Jon didn’t even ask Brienne about his sister or the north...Brienne could’ve told him about Arya.
Ernie took care of me. Give that dude a raise. Seriously.
I’ve been meaning to write something about the recent progress we’ve seen as non-Kinja tech FMG team members (but partners none the less) and haven’t found the proper forum or time... maybe this is it!
It’s so good to hear from you again! I’ve really missed the updates and roundups from this blog. Welcome back!
THIS WAS GENIUS!!!!!!!!
You’re Goddamn right my first comment post-Kinjacolypse will be saying I’m excited about the new Taylor Swift album.
Listen y’all, the most important advice on here is that if you craft you need that JoAnn’s app. The coupons are off the chain and I don’t buy anything full price at that bitch no mo’!
Wow, he’s wrong on a lot of things.
Gizmodo Media Group CEO Raju Narisetti today announced two key executive promotions: General Counsel Lynn Oberlander will take on the added role of Executive Vice President and long-time head of product Lauren Bertolini has been named Chief Operating Officer. The news comes as GMG President Heather Dietrick announced…
I think more tests should be available to consumers without a ‘prescription’ from a doctor. Any reasonable person with internet access and reference ranges can interpret lab data. I don’t need an appointment just to interpret my lab results. Of course insurance should only cover those tests that are medically…
I would assume she would want more money than the person that she’d be partly responsible for managing, hence the “dotted line into me” piece.