nuittomp owelle
irrationalliberal:

ivyinspired:

this accurately represents my class participation

the Trump doing the 1% wave


Love his enthusiasm

irrationalliberal:

ivyinspired:

this accurately represents my class participation

the Trump doing the 1% wave

Love his enthusiasm

newyorker:

Richard Brody on Hong Sang-soo’s new movie, “Hill of Freedom”:

“In a way, the subject of the film would seem to be time—a theme that Hong introduces comically, by way of a book that Mori is reading.But that very explicitness is a hint from Hong that the movie isn’t really about time as such, but about things that happen over time. Romance and its vagaries are among them, but the subject that underlies the entire story, one that encompasses not just the love affair but history itself, is international relations.”


Reblog to remind me that I should watch it

newyorker:

Richard Brody on Hong Sang-soo’s new movie, “Hill of Freedom”:

“In a way, the subject of the film would seem to be time—a theme that Hong introduces comically, by way of a book that Mori is reading.

But that very explicitness is a hint from Hong that the movie isn’t really about time as such, but about things that happen over time. Romance and its vagaries are among them, but the subject that underlies the entire story, one that encompasses not just the love affair but history itself, is international relations.”

Reblog to remind me that I should watch it

Self made

"Being self-made colors their perspective and often generates a mentality that they deserve to keep the fruits of their labor." Maybe that’s why self made individuals turn to the republican party. They believe if I can do it than everyone else can too and they become less sympathetic. They start to believe people who can’t make it are lazy.

There’s nothing more I hate than overly cheery females. I’m probably the Scrooge of females.
allthecanadianpolitics:

Who earns what: Global CEO-to-worker pay ratios

How many average workers’ salaries would it take to pay an average CEO salary? Canada has one of the highest ratios in the world, with a CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 206 to 1—but the United States is even higher.
See more salary comparisons in our full Who Earns What series.

allthecanadianpolitics:

Who earns what: Global CEO-to-worker pay ratios

How many average workers’ salaries would it take to pay an average CEO salary? Canada has one of the highest ratios in the world, with a CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 206 to 1—but the United States is even higher.

See more salary comparisons in our full Who Earns What series.


At the Dead Sea by VictorZamanski

At the Dead Sea by VictorZamanski

Customer service

If you work in retail or restaurant or customer service in general, customers tend to use two phases to indicated they’re an awful customer. The first is “I’m a really good customer.” I’m just like really? If anyone has to point out how amazing they are for a business then they are probably just an annoying prick that needs to get out of your face. And the other is “we come here all the time, the chef does this for us all the time, we shop here all the time.” They’re actually implying that the person working in the establishment needs to do whatever they want or they’re gonna lose a “good” customer.