It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
It’s the same model as, shall we say, “traditional” media: you make the content that attracts the audience, and then you slip in the ads to get the cash.
“What the patient really needs is better insurance.”
The physician said it abruptly, matter-of-factly. Her comment was not meant to evoke empathy in the rest of the medical team. She stated it like a diagnosis.
The first two weddings cost Boostani less than $1,000 combined. The second two? One cost her $2,000 and the other cost $2,300—and those were the two weddings that went on the credit card.
Mr. Bicycle travels; he works six months a year so that he can spend the rest of his time going lots of places. He spends as little as possible, preferring to sleep rough and graze for his food.
Payment plans are a thing. We can make this work. Maybe I can have a “perfect smile.”
I was very glad that I activated a global cellphone plan before leaving on my trip.
You are doing sleep ALL WRONG. Don’t you know that if you just worked a little harder at sleep, you’d be happier?
To argue that the minimum wage was never supposed to be a living wage is completely anachronistic.
Choosing to spend most of our time working for regular payments instead of longer-term, riskier investments isn’t just a low-income thing, right? It’s a “most of our incomes” thing.
“The wealthy, surrounded by other wealthy people, generally believed the U.S. population was wealthier than it actually is.”
I came of age when music videos were still a big deal, Rolling Stone created controversial covers, and in order to guarantee album sales, an artist had to visit TRL and ham it up with Carson Daly.