MOUT training (room clearing): SGT Fletcher 18, recruits 1 (and that was a gimme). I wish there was a MOS for OPFOR. # I'm an ok conversationalist, but I've never mastered the art of leaving voicemail, even after working as a headhunter. Are there classes?
To be honest, I don’t really have a fleshed-out idea for this blog post; I just wanted to get this phrase down on “paper” since it sounded good in my head. It wouldn’t be too hard to come up with a genuine sounding diatribe centered
In keeping with my use of this blog mainly as a coatrack for stuff I care about, this is just nifty: Hrm, I don’t have a category for Economics, but I don’t really post much on it anyway. Originally posted in this thread on Sociocide.
Well… that's weird. Last week I sent a tweet about Atlanta Bread Company's scalding coffee. This week the location is out of business… # @manmadef everything ok? in reply to manmadef # Einstein Bros. doesn't have wifi? Is that a local franchise thing or chain-wide?
Google, baby, I love you; you know I’ll always be faithful to you. I’m just noticing Bing’s… um “features”. That’s right, it’s just a business relationship, nothing more. I know you’re not the jealous type, so you won’t mind if she and I spend more
Ni Hao, Google? This post on Webmaster World dealing with the recent shenanigans around Google’s Chinese venture, caught my eye. So I’m reposting it here: What have we got so far? Google: PR smokescreens from MV telling the main stream media that they do this
You know what's totally awesome? Being mildly electrocuted by your headphones when you're trying to work out. #
Everyone’s familiar with the branding disaster involved when Chevy tried to introduce its Nova to the Latin American market (“no va” means “doesn’t go” in Spanish). However, did you know that Pepsi inadvertently tried to sell its cola to the Taiwanese market under the promise
The coffee at Atlanta Bread Company must be kept at near boiling; need half a dozen ice cubes before it's even close to drinkable. #coffee #
An old friend of mine is currently living in the Islamic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While keeping up with the goings-on in her life over there, I’ve gotten a clear sense that she’s growing progressively more frustrated with how things are done in a country