Ryan Gosling won’t eat his cereal (x)
The last one tho. It’s like he’s given up trying to fight the spoon.
There are three M&M videogames, and they’re all completely insane.
One of the funniest Bleep Bloop episodes of all time.
I was contracted to put together an event to bring awareness to human trafficking. The client was explicit that they wanted “experimental elements” to make attendees “feel the tragedies.”
Me: How about we fill backpacks with cans of soup or rice and suggest that guests wear them for the…
Holy shit. Did not expect this today. Sucks to hear this. Sounds like he was suffering pretty hard from depression.
There are some questions as to my whereabouts this weekend and the forty-three hours of “radio silence” on the JeShirt Twitter feed and Facebook Like page. It is my intent with this note to clear things up.
Early Friday, we released a statement about the “Turkey shirt”…
“Adjectives are frequently the greatest enemy of the substantive.”
“[I was taught] to distrust adjectives as I would later learn to distrust certain people in certain situations.”
- Ernest Hemingway
“The adjective is the banana peel of the parts of speech.”
- Clifton Paul Fadiman
“When you catch an adjective, kill it. No, I don’t mean utterly, but kill most of them — then the rest will be valuable. They weaken when close together. They give strength when they are wide apart.”
- Mark Twain
“The road to hell is paved with adjectives.”
- Stephen King
“[The adjective] is the one part of speech first seized upon and worked to death by novices and inferior writers.”
- J.I. Rodale
“Use no superfluous word, no adjective, which does not reveal something.”
- Ezra Pound
“The adjective has not been built that can pull a weak or inaccurate noun out of a tight place.”
- E.B. White
“[Whoever writes in English] is struggling against vagueness, against obscurity, against the lure of the decorative adjective.”
- George Orwell
“Most adjectives are also unnecessary. Like adverbs, they are sprinkled into sentences by writers who don’t stop to think that the concept is already in the noun.”
- William Zissner