The Jaded Entrepreneur


In the early 90s in Chicago, only two things were clear. We wanted to write and perform comedy, and we knew we would look better in our 40s than we did in our 20s. - Amy Poehler
Oct 13

In the early 90s in Chicago, only two things were clear. We wanted to write and perform comedy, and we knew we would look better in our 40s than we did in our 20s. - Amy Poehler

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imremembering:

QUIZ: Name That Cereal 
Photo source: Mr. Breakfast
Can you recognize your favorite spoon candy without the packaging and kooky mascots?
Oct 13

imremembering:

QUIZ: Name That Cereal 

Photo source: Mr. Breakfast

Can you recognize your favorite spoon candy without the packaging and kooky mascots?

nevver:

Dog Mustache
Oct 13

nevver:

Dog Mustache

I like everything about this pic.

nevver:

Teen Creeps
Oct 12

I like everything about this pic.

nevver:

Teen Creeps

"Well, ain’t that America, something to see baby…little pink houses…"
thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: A Muslim woman has filed a discrimination lawsuit against Southwest Airlines for allegedly removing her from a San Jose-bound flight after she told a Verizon representative on the phone “I’ve got to go.”
Huh? Read on:
Irum Abbassi, who was “readily identifiable as Muslim by what she wore,” wrote in her complaint that a flight attendant thought she heard her say “it’s a go,” and called security to escort Abbassi off the plane.
Once deplaned, a TSA agent quickly determined that Abbassi did not pose a risk and allowed her to re-board. Except that she couldn’t: The captain reportedly barred her re-entry, claiming crew members were “uncomfortable” with her presence.
Abbassi is suing for punitive damages.
[tpm.]
Oct 11

"Well, ain’t that America, something to see baby…little pink houses…"

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: A Muslim woman has filed a discrimination lawsuit against Southwest Airlines for allegedly removing her from a San Jose-bound flight after she told a Verizon representative on the phone “I’ve got to go.”

Huh? Read on:

Irum Abbassi, who was “readily identifiable as Muslim by what she wore,” wrote in her complaint that a flight attendant thought she heard her say “it’s a go,” and called security to escort Abbassi off the plane.

Once deplaned, a TSA agent quickly determined that Abbassi did not pose a risk and allowed her to re-board. Except that she couldn’t: The captain reportedly barred her re-entry, claiming crew members were “uncomfortable” with her presence.

Abbassi is suing for punitive damages.

[tpm.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

I had to share this because of my abnormally strong attraction to Gary Oldman.

themadeshop:

Gary. Oldman.
Oct 11

I had to share this because of my abnormally strong attraction to Gary Oldman.

themadeshop:

Gary. Oldman.

dailymeh:

The Hippocratic Oath of a Photographer (1937).
Oct 11

dailymeh:

The Hippocratic Oath of a Photographer (1937).

fastcompany:

R.E.M.’s New Album Cover Is A Shiny, Happy Animated GIF!
Oct 11

fastcompany:

R.E.M.’s New Album Cover Is A Shiny, Happy Animated GIF!

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septagonstudios:

Zansky
Oct 11

septagonstudios:

Zansky

"We went into Sean’s bedroom – and there was a kid there setting up an Apple computer that Sean had gotten as a present, the Macintosh model. I said that once some man had been calling me a lot wanting to give me one, but that I’d never called him back or something, and then the kid looked up and said, “Yeah, that was me. I’m Steve Jobs.” And he looked so young, like a college guy. And he told me that he would still send me one now. And then he gave me a lesson on drawing with it. It only comes in black and white now, but they’ll make it soon in color. And then Keith and Kenny used it. Keith had already used it once to make a T-shirt, but Kenny was using it for the first time, and I felt so old and out of it with this young whiz guy right there who’d helped invent it."

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The late Andy Warhol, from a 1984 diary entry, describes meeting a young Steve Jobs as he set up a brand new Apple Computer for birthday boy Sean Lennon (as in “Beautiful Boy” Sean Lennon). Amazing.

The late, great Steve Jobs.

From Andy Warhol’s Tuesday, 9 October 1984 diary entry. It was Sean Lennon’s 9th birthday party. (via edp)

I love all the incredibly wonderful Steve Jobs stories that are coming out of the woodwork. 

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(Source: edp, via minimalmac)

Oct 10