If I were The New York Times Magazine’s “The Ethicist,” my answer to every question would be, “Did anyone see you do it?
One day I’d like to leave something to focus on something else.
The first product to have a bar code was Wrigleys gum.
The Real Ghostbusters” was the first cartoon to be verified by Twitter.
Don’t pay attention to unfollows. People come and go, just focus on being your awesome self.
Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to the EU is the new Time Magazine giving Man of the Year to “You, the reader.
Most of the ads in SF’s subway are for tech products. It sort of feels like you’re riding through a fat 1990s issue of a computer magazine.
Seriously, it’s hard to say which is more obnoxious: the real Silicon Valley or the one portrayed in the apparently dreadful Bravo series.
Why is it so acceptable to just tear a page out of the Yellow Pages in movies and TV?
We were going to look in the Restoration Hardware catalog for a coffee table but it’s so large we’re just going to use it as one.
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