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but we’re secretly glad they existed

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in guides


Dave Mustaine was born in September 13, 1961 in La Mesa, California to a housewife and a drunk I mean a banker. The father was a bit of a bastard though, simply because he treated Mustaine like shit andd once took a pair of pliers and DRAGGED HIM ACROSS THE FUCKING DRIVEWAY! They ran away from the jerk, but he constantly followed. Then Dave’s mom married a cop. Problem solved. for now.

The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Its mission is to inspire people to care about the planet. Founded in 1888, the Society is member supported and offers a community for members to get closer to explorers, connect with other members and help make a difference. The Society reaches more than 450 million people worldwide each month through National Geographic and other magazines; National Geographic Channel; television documentaries; music; radio; films; books; DVDs; maps; exhibitions; live events; school publishing programs; interactive media; and merchandise. National Geographic has funded more than 10,000 scientific research, conservation and exploration projects and supports an education program promoting geographic literacy.

I understand that with Facebook, we’ve essentially given away all our privacy the minute we signed up. And all that information about our likes and dislikes, our comments and our connections, are like digital gold for telemarketers and advertisers and the like. I get that. I don’t have to like it, but I get it. And I understand that hating Facebook and all it stands for is almost an implicit requirement for signing up.

6:00am: Up and early and off to a breakfast event for one of our clients at the Meatpacking pop up shop. It’s a bit rainy and I feel bad for my client as the pop up shop is somewhat in the open air. It’s a light shower and clears quickly. Phew. We serve mini potato pancakes with baked apples and goat cheese, jalapeno deviled eggs and salami omelet with Tuscan herbs and mascarpone.

Most of them only came for one or two classes. We should all be ashamed of these conditions. The ones I observed today? Absolutely Awesome! I marvel at these people, their enthusiasm, their motivation, and dedication. They must truly love what they do, because they don’t get paid squat, and they face constant criticism from every angle: students, parents, administrators, and the mob of clueless morons that fail to see value in a strong and well funded education system.

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