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It just seems like we're taking all the last vowels out of words now.
This week: Rhymes with orange.  (at Condé Nast Publications)

This week: Rhymes with orange. (at Condé Nast Publications)

Proper care and feeding of the modern, free-range Office Zebra includes plenty of time watching some ranch time with a qualified horse whisperer.  (at workhole)

Proper care and feeding of the modern, free-range Office Zebra includes plenty of time watching some ranch time with a qualified horse whisperer. (at workhole)

explore-blog:

Do yourself a favor and read this spectacular piece on our unconscious biases.

explore-blog:

Do yourself a favor and read this spectacular piece on our unconscious biases.

NCAA Finals Avoidance Plan, Part the First: Is “Silence of the Lambs” On Somewhere? (at Que Quieres East)

NCAA Finals Avoidance Plan, Part the First: Is “Silence of the Lambs” On Somewhere? (at Que Quieres East)

Seriously. Mondays.  (at Palm Restaurant)

Seriously. Mondays. (at Palm Restaurant)

Pre-inferno. Happy, Happy, @rogold!!! (at workhole)

Pre-inferno. Happy, Happy, @rogold!!! (at workhole)

checkittwice:

these two are getting good at this

(Source: vicepresidentstreep)

Having a zebra visit your office makes everything else seem so small…. (at Condé Nast Publications)

Having a zebra visit your office makes everything else seem so small…. (at Condé Nast Publications)

Dear Mr. A.O. Scott, I have chose the platform of my Social Media to respond to you. I do not want the New York Times editing, rearranging my words, thoughts or even ignoring a letter to you. I’m writing what I feel and there is no need for somebody else at The New York Times to interpret it. — Basically, I work in a circus. FYI. (via Spike Lee vs. New York Times on Gentrification)
Grace tries to comfort Alicia by telling her that Will is in heaven. Alicia won’t take this offering from her daughter without comment; she refuses to believe in God or heaven. Grace asks how disbelief makes things better. “It’s not better. It’s just truer,” Alicia says. Grace responds: “Maybe always believing the bad, maybe that’s wishful thinking, too.” — Seriously, “The Good Wife”? Killing it. (pun, sorry, but still) (via The Good Wife Recap: Will to Go On)
I’m supposed to be planning a week’s worth of work lunches, not…this. Thanks, @bonappetit.  (at Que Quieres East)

I’m supposed to be planning a week’s worth of work lunches, not…this. Thanks, @bonappetit. (at Que Quieres East)