What would have been a better response by police than the statement they made? I guess they could’ve said, “Remember to continue to use due diligence you probably already use on a daily bases.” or “To everyone including men, please look out for suspicious individuals following or harassing women immediately report…
I miss that guy’s videos. I wonder what happened to him in the end?
Yea that’s what I use, who wants the toilet touching their dick?
The silicon valley equivalent of shooting paper towels into the crowd.
Except this article isn’t about someone trying to make a living off the ad revenue of a video...
I can’t even be mad at non-tender-headed people. Like, if your life is that blessed, then you go on staying blessed.
Pretty sure this is how half of the people with depression think about therapy.
Buy the Watch™.
Old sailor’s tales about the seas being so full of fish you could walk on them, or oysters the size of frisbees, tend to inspire skepticism today, and for good reason—most of us have very little direct experience with the oceans, except for the occasional news article about how we’ve screwed it up beyond repair. But…
next time just watch your fucking mouth
I disagree. If you worked all your life to buy your kids an apartment building to run so they won’t have it as hard as you did, they shouldn’t have to pay a 90% tax after you’ve paid taxes for 50 years, that’s a fucking bullshit idea for broke motherfuckers.
Take care Florida. Don’t be proud or stubborn. Be safe.
Scouting Copart - No
“You mean Careless Whisper?” “YES! I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT IT’S BEEN CALLED FOR YEARS!”
(looks at the comments....wishes this article would have been on The Root, leaves)
Everybody go home.
We often refer to cars as boxes on wheels, or we describe car design in terms of numbers of boxes: one for van-like things, two for hatch/wagon-like things, and three boxes for sedan-like things. With this common way of thinking, you may expect that a car that was a literal, no-joke box-on-wheels would be something…
You got a lot of baggage you’re projecting, bud.
I’m currently reading “Homegoing” by Yaa Gyasi and it is beautiful and lyrical—it writes about suffering without fetishizing it. If she prefers non-fiction, I’d recommend literally anything by Bee Wilson, a food writer for the Guardian.