THE JUDGE, PORK CHOP HILL, BDSM flick! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here… 70 years ago today, Father Geek, my dad was born. And man, without him, there would most definitely not be any AICN on the planet. It’s always...Show More Summary
"Sometimes my job is to take a 'grizzled veteran' and help them find a level of time management that gets their life back in order," says the co-founder of Tim and Julie Harris Real Estate Coaching. "Other times, my job is to get a new...Show More Summary
Vanilla frosting Combos and lemon Vitamin Water do not mix. Please take this life lesson and learn from my mistake. See you in a few, short hours! Nintendo has a huge hit on their hands with amiibo. The industry at large wasn't quite...Show More Summary
Save The Last Dance was one of my favorite movies when I was growing up. It wasn't just because Julie Stiles looked awesome dancing in circles, but the combination of dance and a struggling environment was a powerful one. And that's what Desert Dancer, a new film by Richard Raymond, seems to bring to the table: dance and struggle. Show More Summary
This piece of paper, a photocopy of a photocopy of a photocopy, spent the past 30 years in one of Michael's bookcases. The photocopy of the original came from my harpist friend Carrie Kourkoumelis, who, armed with a Xerox machine, used to send random clippings through the mail to people who might appreciate them. Show More Summary
I've known you my entire life and have always suspected you were a freakin' automaton bitch, big sister. When I was small, I would sit in the backseat of the family station wagon listening to your narcissistic rap sessions with the Ice Queen (aka Mother) and wonder if I was the only person on earth with feelings. Show More Summary
My most basic wish is that you can acknowledge to yourself how you would most like to lead your life, and then pursue that path that is most meaningful to you. Secondarily, if you are up for it, I hope you will admit to the life that works for you. Show More Summary
My reading about life in many different hunter-gatherer cultures has led me to conclude that their work is play for four main reasons: (1) It is varied and requires much skill and intelligence. (2) There is not too much of it. (3) It is done in a social context, with friends. And (4) (most significantly) it is....
I’ve spent twenty-eight years making people believe I’ve had this alternative, bohemian, crazy life, and I don’t even know how to roll a joint. Drugs have literally never crossed my path.
It’s been a while since our last MS Symptom Thesaurus post. Between the flu, the holidays, and life in general, I’ve been off my schedule. Well, we’re back this month. This time, we’ll talk about how multiple sclerosis can and does affect people’s speech. The medical term for MS speech muck-ups is dysarthrias, conditions in [...]
Philip Perea had posted a series of YouTube rants against his local Fox news station, calling them a bully for firing him and blaming management for covering up bad decisions, and on Monday the 41-year-old took drastic action. PereaShow More Summary
“Here’s my life,” writes Ann Bauer on Salon. “My husband and I get up each morning at 7 o’clock and he showers while I make coffee. By the time he’s dressed I’m already sitting at my desk writing. He kisses me goodbye then leaves for the job where he makes good money, draws excellent benefits and [...]
A doctor’s indifference led to a dubious choice, and some surprising life lessons.
"Street food is a pretty common part of life there, at least where my family grew up," Chef AC Boral said of the Philippines. "You see people just kinda hustling, they have their own individual street food that they're hustling.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
When the assignment for Life Is Feudal came to me, I questioned why I was covering a game that really didn't seem to be an MMORPG in my eyes because of its separate servers and the survival feel of the setting. It felt to me initially that I was covering another DayZ, one set in a medieval era and no zombies. Show More Summary
My guest blogger this week is Matthew Hagler from Life Paths Research Program. If we are to believe internet memes and demotivational posters, workplace sitcoms like The Office, and the Dilbert cartoons clipped out of the funny pages and thumbtacked onto thousands of cubicles across the country, we don’t like Mondays. Show More Summary
Hi! I’m Stanley Pranin, publisher of Aikido Journal. I’ve devoted my life to aikido, to both the practice of the art and the study of its fascinating history. During the 20 years I spent in Japan, I published hundreds of articles on aikido and its Founder Morihei Ueshiba and studied aikido under Morihiro Saito, 9th… Read More
Last year, Amazon came and filmed me for a day, and I took them to some of the places where I write, as well as socialize. They made a few videos of the day. In the first, you get to see behind the scenes at my flat (notice the swiss ball and motivational pinboard!) and […]
Said Toller Cranston — "the Rudolf Nureyev of figure skating" — who has died of a heart attack at the age of 65.Here's his free skate at the 1976 Olympics:
This afternoon I entered a vegan restaurant for the first time in my life