Post hoc ergo procter hoc

40/m/Boston.

Lawyer. Father of 2. Randomly creative, but mostly seeking inspiration.

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Bill Withers

sandandglass:

Bryan Stevenson on The Daily Show.

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in regards to the blog getting fired thing no they can't fire you for that. I had to do the same thing for my job with a tech company and I left off tumblr for blog because its not tied to me in any way and doesn't have my work info on it. I also don't ever mention my job by name on here. Just make sure you never mention things by name and you are good.
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kissmyasajj:

I’ve been very careful not to. Even if people put two and two together through my stories I post, I still strictly never say where I work.

Be careful though, if they made you sign something, they can more than likely fire you for lying on a document if they find out. It depends on AZ law.

awkwardmuslim:

Loool!! 😂😂

Okay, that’s hilarious.

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the white stripes

junkie-c0smonaut:

white americans, what? 

nothing better to do? 

why don’t you kick yourself out? 

you’re an immigrant too? 

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rekhadelrey:

jessehimself:

Do not test Reza Aslan.

We must train and retain our ability to listen and process critically.

Reza will no longer take your shit.

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Marvin Gaye,
Marvin Gaye Collection Disc2

kissmyasajj:

"Thomas, you know how much I love you, so image all the stupid mushy Shit I usually say everyday, add in a dash of ‘forever’, blah blah till death do us part, let’s go have hot married sex in my weddi dress!"

Yes? No?

Pretty much perfect.

halalbacon:

The human brain is an amazing organ. It functions 24 hours a day from the day we are born and only stops when we are taking an exam or fall in love.

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waitingonoblivion:

Goodbye New York.

Thank you tumblrs for the debauchery.

America, see you in 10 days time.

waitingonoblivion:

“In a clear sign they are preparing for the possibility of a yes vote and emergency recall of parliament, Commons officials have sent journalists a briefing note detailing the last times the House of Commons was recalled on a Saturday. The last Saturday sitting was on 3 April 1982, the day after the Falklands war began. The previous three dates were: 3 November 1956 - Suez Crisis 30 July 1949 - Summer adjournment debates – last sitting of the summer 2 September 1939 - Outbreak of World War II That perhaps gives some sense of the scale of the constitutional crisis for the UK if Scotland does vote to leave. PO”

Scottish independence referendum: Two new polls show no lead - at 4pt and 2pts - live | Politics | theguardian.com

I am not sure if I am terrified or exhilarated to be flying to England on Saturday…

sorry i’m late, professor. im disenchanted with the human experience and waking up every morning thrusts me into an instant existential crisis

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vorinthia:

worstjediever:

leiawars:

I wish these were as affordable as they are adorable

neeeed

I’m dying of too much cute.

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nerdology:

Apple Watch

Well, here it is. After much speculation, Apple’s wearable. Calling it a watch is kind of a misnomer as it does more than tell time. Tim Cook even called it “a health and fitness” device on stage. It also has Siri built in so you can send messages. A crazy touch screen that basically has two clicking options. From The Verge:

The Apple Watch has a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer, a heart rate sensor, and a Taptic Engine for input sensing. The Apple Watch can recognize the difference between a tap and a press, offering another subtle way to make different inputs without needing additional input points or buttons. Calling the harder press Force Touch, Apple is essentially defining the smartwatch equivalent of the right-click on a mouse. The Apple Watch also uses inductive wireless charging.


The biggest battery saving thing is that the watch turns on the display when you raise your wrist. No talk of battery life yet, but they did talk price: it’s going to be $349 and will go on sale, early next year

[photos via The Verge]

I did not want to like it, but it looks pretty cool…

adulthoodshmadulthood:

thisismyprayerforsilence:

dorkly:

The Most Terrifying Desktop Background Ever (Hint: DON’T. BLINK.)

Best. Idea. Ever.

I think I’m doing this to my boss’ boss’ computer. I think she’d have a good laugh about it before she fired me.