Pondering the Time-Travel Insanity of JCVD’s ‘Timecop’
Spotted this in the bathroom at Brooklyn Central in Park Slope.
Many years ago, James L. Gamble (of Procter & Gamble) developed Gamblegrams to help people understand acid base chemistry… this is what I think of that.
Whoops I spent too long making this and now it’s too late for me to leave my room and get there on time
Demonstrating the precipitous fall of happiness associated with collaboration as the timeframe for doing things myself approaches
Washington PostAccording to its 2013 third-quarter report, Starbucks had 19,209 outlets worldwide in more than 60 countries - an almost 15% growth rate over the past three years. Read more
You can’t argue with hard evidence-brilliantstreet
Chart of how many of each Harry Potter book I own. I’m not sure how this happened. And I know my Order of the Phoenix, hardcover, UK version is missing.