I can’t believe I called Catcher in the Rye hilarious in a last post. I mean – that’s just bad foresight, a step ahead of myself, so name-droppingly pompous. I mean, the first bits are quite funny, and that totally pulls you in; I think a lot of comics are that way, all bang-bang! Here’s a joke, here’s another! Then when you get to know them they are in fact really sad people. The better the comic, the sadder inside. ….
If you go for a run to Tim Hortons….then take the sky train back….does it still count as a run?
While there, I saw this sign:
What were they thinking?? “Auto-Reload.” They’re lucky they are not McDonalds or this campaign would be more of an AK-47 then a single-shot pistol to their projected sense of awareness as a brand. I spent $33.30 on McDonald’s at 3am one night. It was one of my lowest moments.
In other news…there is no other news.
But there is this cool website that I found called http://www.skillshare.com ; if I had money, I would probably buy the class on How to Smoke Cigars Like a Baller.
They are young and have a wicked mandate on people educating each other, encouraging more learning across the globe. Well, Skillshare – I agree! We have more to teach each other than everyone is letting on, and while institutional education can’t be truly abolished, it does not a make-a the people. The people, make a, the people. The bottom left lesson on Building a Product-focused Startup Culture is by the founder of Skillshare.
Annnyway – it’s grey outside! Here’s a spirit lifter…