Who likes money? I know I do. And I always have. But not in the way you think. Would I tolerate greater quantities in my possession? Absolutely. But that is not my goal. No, what really interests me is the actual paper, the ink, the security measures especially. I love looking at it. Find it fascinating. And am always on the lookout for nuances/irregularities.
And it was in this context that I was delighted to discover on one of the rare actual one-dollar bills I encountered (who uses real cash anymore, seriously?) the red-lettered message “Track this bill at www.WheresGeorge.com.” Continue reading →
I know what you’re thinking. “More? How could I possibly think more?”
But Alain de Botton’s How to Think More About Sex explores a qualitative more rather than a quantitative one. A philosophical quandary rather than a sensual meandering. In short, he explores ideas on how to think about it generally (he uses the catchy term “sex,” but it applies to all aspects of romance, relationships, and love), but does not share specific spicy episodes.
****DISCLAIMER- It hopefully goes without saying, but I don’t necessarily agree with the vast majority of his ideas. But I found them interesting nevertheless.****Continue reading →
In last night’s episode, I was pulled from work by a boss-type figure I have never seen before. As we are leaving, we pass my actual boss coming in. My boss seems to know this guy, but asks where we are going. He tells my boss he’s taking me to lunch. At 10 a.m. Continue reading →
(In looking through some boxes in my basement, I came across the following, written out in longhand. While its origins are not clear, it is abundantly clear that I was both having fun and taking myself very seriously when I wrote this. Also, it’s pretty freaking awesome. Enjoy!) Continue reading →