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Kbee
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Thank you for the gift of the lectures. I just spent my morning in the fishbowl watching them.

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Never a lonely night for DCB…

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[…] If you’re like me, you’re alone in the office on this dreary Tuesday and there ain’t jack to do.Have no fear, as I (courtesy of Roosh V and TED) am here with tons of diversions that will chase away your post-holiday blues while embiggening your brains.For example– could it be that this man, this man here with the giant ‘fro and more than a little sketchy crystal methness going on about the ocular area, he who seemingly hath very little right to be on the receiving end of a camera, can he be so very brilliant with an analogy as to change my sour and bitter outlook on life?Malcolm Gladwell”There is no good mustard, there is no bad mustard, there is no perfect mustard or imperfect mustard, there are only different kinds of mustard that suit different kinds of people”.Barry Schwartz asks, “do we have too many choices”? And he does so in shorts and a t-shirt. Which, you know, is my personal attire preference for the effective modern sociologist.”Opportunity costs subtract from the satisfaction we get outof what we choose even when what we choose is terrific”.. […]

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Dude, you are one hairy motherfucker!!!

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Nice laptop. Finally! 🙂

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Thanks for the TED link! If work is insanely slow again at least I can prevent my mind from completely turning into mush.

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This article has nothing to do with this post, but it is noteworthy considering my last comment regarding lawsuits and privacy in the information age.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16366256/

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The TED lectures about choice reminds me of my high school spanish teach who said,”We are but specs of dust in this world.” I don’t know what makes me feel worse – too much choice or knowing that what we do with our lives is truely meaningless – unless of course we invent or discover something insanely important in our life-span.

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Next time you are beating your meat, put a sheet of plastic wrap over it, along with some water underneath the sheet.

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them’s uteri ain’t they?

Asian Mistress
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Or…choking the chicken?