Some advice for the weekend…
NYC lawmakers passed a soda ban that prohibits all sugary drinks served in cups larger than 16 oz, and New Yorkers are not thrilled about it.
“He’s a douchebag,” said a Manhattan Starbucks patron, who identified herself only as Brittney as she ordered a green tea Frappuccino. “He has money to waste … I wanna know if his kids go to public or private school.”
According to recent polls, a majority of the city’s residents oppose the idea, calling it an infringement on freedom of choice. More than 250,000 have joined the New Yorkers for Beverage Choice coalition, along with corporations such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi and major movie theaters.
Man pays traffic ticket with 137 origami pigs.
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Alright, thought I’d add this in to the mix as well. After 10 years, my company has decided to outsource their IT. At the end of the month I’ll be sans job, so if you know of anyone looking for an experienced IT guy, let me know.
the room where a woman pulls on her stockings,
the other room, perhaps adjoining,
where a couple undress
and embrace, and afterwards
say to each other:
we shall not die.
There is increasing awareness of cities as a defining trait of humanity and their importance to our health, economy and the environment. Here, some basic nuts and bolts about cities and the people who live, drive, work and play in them. via At Work And At Play, How Cities Stack Up
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The Call of Cthulhu
Trust me. I’m The Doctor.