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daily 04/18/2014

  • In difficult times, it’s easy to fall into self-pity. Get your mind off of yourself and go out and be a blessing to someone else.

    • ZR
       throw it deep
       ZR
       
       ^winning game plan.
    • “The universities, the conferences and the NCAA have done a very poor job of telling our story and we’ve allowed this story to be created by the sports press to focus on the one-half of 1 percent of the student-athletes that go on to play pro sports. But 99.5 percent of student-athletes would not be in the position they’re in without getting a scholarship.”
    • The vegetables were raw while having the appearance of being charred. It was like biting into the stupidest mirage
    • As is always the case when I eat anything other than hot dogs, I was just killing time until dessert, which was like something out of a (reasonable) dream.
    • Macarons are pretty hard to make. I think a homemade one could easily go awry. But when you’ve got the combined baking knowledge of 193 of the world’s most powerful nations working toward a common purpose (the creation of an average or above average macaron), that’s a recipe for disastrous success.
    • This was one of the funniest things I’d ever seen in my entire life (to that point; seen a lot of funny stuff since then, tho).
    • Eventually they found our licenses in the “Delegates Dining Room” drawer. (Ohhhhhh.)

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