Found on Facebook.
Great article over at Johnny B. Truant about you and your place in the universe.
Go. Go. Go.
I frequently get asked why I ride my mountain bike in either flip flips or bare foot.
The answer is…
If my feet do not feel good, I don’t feel good. It’s the end of summer and I don’t see any reason why I should ride my mountain bike wearing sneakers. It’s stupid and it’s uncomfortable.
I had someone ask me yesterday about hitting curbs while wearing flip flops. “Aren’t you afraid you’ll hit a curb?”
My answer…what curbs?
This is where suburbia goes to see if its doing suburbia right.
Shoes while mountain biking? Don’t be silly.
This is why I love The Writerly Life…
The idea is that you look at this picture. Study it if you need to and then write a short story about it.
I love doing stuff like this.
Perhaps, I’ll post my story later this weekend.
via the AP…
On some days, the pilots with Great Lakes Airlines fire up a twin-engine Beechcraft 1900 at the Ely, Nev., airport and depart for Las Vegas without a single passenger on board. And the federal government pays them to do it.
Federal statistics reviewed by The Associated Press show that in 2010, just 227 passengers flew out of Ely while the airline got $1.8 million in subsidies. The travelers paid $70 to $90 for a one-way ticket. The cost to taxpayers for each ticket: $4,107.
Just imagine how many other programs like this exist that you and I pay for.
Who doesn’t think Washington is corrupt now?
That means that this post is about nothing in particular.
England is punching itself in the face.
America is spending 3 times more money than it takes in.
Day job is growing to be overwhelming in terms of control.
Europe still sucks.
I believe thats all I have for now.
1. You don’t know the difference between managing and micromanaging:
A good small business owner knows about more than just how to run his or her business and make a profit. Good bosses manage their employees, allowing them to do their jobs the best they can. Jerk bosses try and tell their staff how to do their jobs, down to ridiculous detail. If you spend more of your time on silly minutiae and less on the big picture, your employees probably don’t like working for you.
Follow the link above for the rest of them.