quote me out of context a lot after i die — jesus, probably (via heroinboner)

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Whatever we cannot easily understand, we call God; this saves much wear and tear on the brain tissues… Belief in the supernatural reflects a failure of the imagination. — Edward Abbey (via facesofatheists)
Off to Florida!

Off to Florida!

Two and a half days until “Mad Men”

mediahascookies:

Don: “It’s your job. I give you money. You give me ideas.”
Peggy: “But you never thank me.”
Don: “That’s what the money is for!”

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It was such a joy to play Monument Valley.  The satisfaction from playing and finishing the game was wonderful.  Very few games have ever made me feel this way.  And I play a lot of games.
I think it’s because Monument Valley has a beginning and an end.  It is fleeting - like life itself - so you are forced to savor it.  Each level was an opportunity to have fun, be challenged and overcome obstacles.  And by knowing there is an end point your enjoyment - and sense of loss when it is over - is amplified.
Monument Valley is a welcome break from most of the other games out there that add level after level to chase your in-app purchases.  I hope more developers follow the Monument Valley model.

It was such a joy to play Monument Valley.  The satisfaction from playing and finishing the game was wonderful.  Very few games have ever made me feel this way.  And I play a lot of games.

I think it’s because Monument Valley has a beginning and an end.  It is fleeting - like life itself - so you are forced to savor it.  Each level was an opportunity to have fun, be challenged and overcome obstacles.  And by knowing there is an end point your enjoyment - and sense of loss when it is over - is amplified.

Monument Valley is a welcome break from most of the other games out there that add level after level to chase your in-app purchases.  I hope more developers follow the Monument Valley model.

Not too shabby! evangotlib just earned 703 points on Fitocracy. http://ftcy.me/6LtKQ2

Describe your last fart using only a movie title

3dprintmeafucktogive:

magicpowerbleakness:

oldtobegin:

artyucko:

cmpblldllghn:

annicka:

dumpsterdog:

The Day The Earth Stood Still

Apocalypse Now

Cheers

To Kill a Mockingbird 

1492: Conquest of Paradise

swamp thing

Silence of the Lambs

A Walk to Remember

Mississippi Burning

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I love Colbert but this is a mistake.

laughingsquid:

Game of Goats, A Yelling Goats Version of the ‘Game of Thrones’ Theme Song

I am going to watch this at least once a day for the rest of my life.

jayparkinsonmd:

I’m pretty excited to announce that Sherpaa has teamed up with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to offer their preventive medicine physicians in training the opportunity to do a rotation at Sherpaa to learn about health technology, startups & entrepreneurship, the optimal patient experience, service design, and the business of healthcare.
I did two residencies, one in pediatrics and the second was in Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins where, as part of the residency, you also get your masters in public health (MPH). I absolutely loved it and it really did give me the experiences and connections I needed to do what I’m doing today. I’m pretty excited to be a part of helping the Hopkins preventive medicine residents train to gain the skills necessary to be effective leaders in health promotion and disease prevention and to enable maximum health and quality of life for patients. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Hopkins and I’m just super excited to pay it forward with Hopkins residents working with us here at Sherpaa.

jayparkinsonmd:

I’m pretty excited to announce that Sherpaa has teamed up with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to offer their preventive medicine physicians in training the opportunity to do a rotation at Sherpaa to learn about health technology, startups & entrepreneurship, the optimal patient experience, service design, and the business of healthcare.

I did two residencies, one in pediatrics and the second was in Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins where, as part of the residency, you also get your masters in public health (MPH). I absolutely loved it and it really did give me the experiences and connections I needed to do what I’m doing today. I’m pretty excited to be a part of helping the Hopkins preventive medicine residents train to gain the skills necessary to be effective leaders in health promotion and disease prevention and to enable maximum health and quality of life for patients. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Hopkins and I’m just super excited to pay it forward with Hopkins residents working with us here at Sherpaa.

Fuck the NRA & Gun Nuts Everywhere

Saying “Hey liberals, now do you want us to ban all knives?” is the moronic equivalent of saying “Well it’s cold in the place where I am located in winter so global warming is not a thing.”

Why the fuck are you people so stupid?

I’m Hiring a Corporate Accounts Director at Sherpaa!

evangotlib:

Sherpaa is seeking an exceptional Corporate Accounts Director to play a key role in growing the company’s New York business.  The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic and outgoing self-starter who is proactive in driving revenue and building a client base while thriving in an entrepreneurial, fast paced environment. 

Sherpaa is a B-to-B healthcare analytics and logistics company that analyzes how your company uses healthcare and optimizes your company’s healthcare dollars. We give employees access to our 24/7 concierge doctors who solve 70% of medical problems without referring into the healthcare system. Fewer claims = fewer costs.  Watch our video here.

Here’s a link to the full JD on LinkedIn.

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