Tag: QOTD

240: Quote of the Day: Slumburbia

“… [L]ook at the cities with stable and recovering home markets. On this coast, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and San Diego come to mind. All of these cities…

239: Quote of the day: Wikipedia

Bean burritos, which are high in protein and low in saturated fat have been touted for their health benefits. Black bean burritos are also a good source of…

Quote Of The Day: Cocaine & God’s Way

“Cocaine is gods way of telling you, you make too much money.” – Robin Williams

210: Quote of the Day: Post Rock

Tortoise performing in their home turf, Chicago. “It is the use of ‘rock instrumentation’ for non-rock purposes. Practitioners of the genre’s style typically produce instrumental music.” or, essentially,…

199: Scientists Agree: Human Touch is Nice

After millions of taxpayers dollars were put to hard work, it turns out that the brain can tell when human skin is be stroked by human skin. Put…

198: Spam Can! or Could!

in a recent article from the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), the past years net of roughly 62 trillion spam emails have sucked and drained the equivalent of the…

197: Quote of the Day

“Beyond the English language paradigm, computer programming codes are written in a special dialect that often suffers from legibility. It is the well-tabbed program codes that are known…

196: Police Act Quickly, and Other Oxymorons.

A 14 year old boy was discovered masquerading as a police officer AFTER 5 assignments and 2 hours behind the wheel of cop car. Apparently, the kid just…

194: Quote of the Day: Rob Fleming, on Breasts, in High Fidelity, by Nick Hornby

“Attack and defence, invasion and repulsion… it was as if breasts were little pieces of property that had been unlawfully annexed by the opposite sex – they were…

193: Quote of the Day

“Persuasion, in the form of logos, ad campaigns, and the ever-broadening array of activities known as branding, has attained the status of Necessary Evil to many of us….

191: Quote of the Day: Amar Gopal Bose

“Amar Bose believes that imperfect knowledge of psychoacoustics limits the ability to adequately characterize quantitatively any two arbitrary sounds that are perceived differently, and to adequately characterize and…