Look girl roommate, I think of you are great. But! But! Don’t just stand there wrapped in a revealing towel talking to me for ten minutes. Do you have any idea how uninteresting the ceiling is to stare at?
Kitchen I have a favor to ask. It’s going to involve some bargaining tactics on my side but what exactly would it take for you to dress as a Reindeer for Ryan’s Christmas present?
—Great moments in gchat.
Casey: What about Sally?
Dana: That wasn’t dating.
Casey: Well, we slept together almost every night for three months.
Dana: Thanks for reminding me.
Dana: That wasn’t dating, that was two lonely and pathetic people slinking off after a crappy little 2am show getting drunk and using each other for sex!
Casey: (stops dead in his tracks) That’s not dating?
I just got my new TV in the mail much earlier than I thought I would and shouted “consumerism” and it really cheered me up.
"Second Lieutenant Daniel K. Inouye distinguished himself by extraordinary heroism in action on 21 April 1945, in the vicinity of San Terenzo, Italy. While attacking a defended ridge guarding an important road junction, Second Lieutenant Inouye skillfully directed his platoon through a hail of automatic weapon and small arms fire, in a swift enveloping movement that resulted in the capture of an artillery and mortar post and brought his men to within 40 yards of the hostile force. Emplaced in bunkers and rock formations, the enemy halted the advance with crossfire from three machine guns. With complete disregard for his personal safety, Second Lieutenant Inouye crawled up the treacherous slope to within five yards of the nearest machine gun and hurled two grenades, destroying the emplacement. Before the enemy could retaliate, he stood up and neutralized a second machine gun nest. Although wounded by a sniper’s bullet, he continued to engage other hostile positions at close range until an exploding grenade shattered his right arm. Despite the intense pain, he refused evacuation and continued to direct his platoon until enemy resistance was broken and his men were again deployed in defensive positions. In the attack, 25 enemy soldiers were killed and eight others captured. By his gallant, aggressive tactics and by his indomitable leadership, Second Lieutenant Inouye enabled his platoon to advance through formidable resistance, and was instrumental in the capture of the ridge. Second Lieutenant Inouye’s extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit on him, his unit, and the United States Army."
Reporters Without Borders - an organisation which monitors global press freedom - said some North Korean “journalists” had found themselves sent to “revolutionisation” camps, simply for a typo in their articles.
—I would not last very long.
Update: O also now people are saying this article may be not very true. I am unaware of any of this.
I find the weight of endless nothing to be so crushing and yet, of course, where leads that? Friday to Saturday, pause it, Friday to Saturday, and on and so on. Non-glibly, I think part of the answer might be music.