“We’re coming to confront the disconnect between the accessibility and the affordability in healthy food,” declared Walter Robb. That's a choice quote. So to address affordability in healthy food, they opened a store to declare to the people of Detroit, "healthy food isn't affordable and you should still pay for it anyway."
@umlauts Have you had a chance to try Inbox yet? I like being able to snooze an email and have it reappear a few days later. It also bundles emails together so it has some auto-categorization stuff. You can create your own bundles which are basically folder rules and mark stuff as done so they get archived.
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I don't like this trend among startups that disguise skirting laws as innovation and efficiency.
@Josh Michtom@facebook Men get judged as well, just not necessarily on their weight. A man's height for example, has been studied and shown to have a correlation to pay.
This reminds me of a question I've always had. If you live in a building with a trash and recycling area, what happens to the deposits on the bottles? Is it all up to the landlord at that point?
@honey cowl It's not actually the real celiacs that proselytize. It's the people jumping on the band wagon, who see this as some kind of faux health-kick who have made it into yet another thing to judge people on.
Switched to T-Mobile for their $30 plan for 5GB of data. T-Mobile's network is fine for the most part but even in NYC, I get old 2G data more often than I like. That said, I'm saving $650 a year compared to my corporate discounted AT&T account so it's more than worth it to me. And when it works, it's sometimes 5-10x faster than my AT&T line.
In defense of GI Joe, I have stood up and called other men out when they catcalled my friends right in front of me. And you know what? It instantly got insanely aggressive and almost turned into a fight. GI Joe could've just been looking to avoid a fight altogether. I'll defend my friends but I'm not risking a fight for a stranger.
@garli I'm seeing that option more often now on iTunes and/or Google Play. They usually run $8.99 or more and they're typically limited run or indie flicks.