“Why isn’t best friends day the biggest shopping day of the year? Because for some reason we think you can only have loving, sustained relationships with someone who you also sleep with. If you spend your life singularly obsessed with romantic love, you’re going to miss out on a lot of what’s fun about being a person.”—
It’s silly, really, but I’m so happy that I figured out to code a counter for one of my RP blogs. Although now I’m, like, “Man, that one outdated computer programming course in high school really didn’t help at all.”
We used QBasic too! I have it on my old computer xD
I love these. These are little 10 minute crash courses in pretty much every area of world history you can think of. Not only are they entertaining and funny, they’re full of information and it even teaches me, a seasoned history uber nerd a thing or two.
I love different approaches to history and Mr. Green’s approach is stunning and unique. I absolutely adore it.
Pick a topic you know the least about and run with that. It’s much more fun that way.
“How in the sweet name of everything holy did we ever come to live in a world in which such a thing can even be created, and how is it possible that those 490 calories can be served to me for an amount of money that if I make the minimum wage here in the US, I can earn in 11 minutes, and most importantly, should I be delighted or alarmed to live in this strange world of relative abundance?”—John Green on 99 cent cheeseburgers. (via allisdiscovered)