LAX is a real mixed bag for me. The southwest terminal has been fine, mostly, and I assume the new Tom Bradley terminal is nice, but I just flew out of Terminal 2 on Air Canada and holy shit, what a mess. I've only flown out of Burbank once, but I quite liked it for its ease of navigation, peacefulness, and long term parking you can walk to.
My new job has a wonderful bevy of food options, but I try to bring my lunch most of the week and typically eat Japanese ramen at Daikokuya on Fridays. I go back to the office full and sleepy and happy.
There was a pretty good story about this in the Believer recently: http://www.believermag.com/issues/201402/?read=article_jamison
@Ester Bloom I have just been informed by the SO that it should be on VOD tomorrow (7/11) via cable, Amazon, Vudu, etc. Weekend plan made!
Am I mistaken about the meaning of this word or is "deck" just a misguided attempt to make PowerPoint presentation sound hip?
Best thigh chafe solution: Monistat SootTing Care Chafing Relief Powder-Gel, 1.5-Ounce Tube by Monistat http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0012ZNSWE/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_vehztb1DG4AHB Don't be put off by the Monistat. This shit smooth.
This brings to mind this All Things Considered piece: http://www.npr.org/2014/04/24/306542113/a-biography-of-your-cubicle-how-this-became-the-modern-workplace
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You can go to Copenhagen from New York for $481! http://www.theflightdeal.com/2014/04/07/air-canada-477-york-copenhagen-denmark-roundtrip-including-taxes/ Their Twitter has NYC deals pretty regularly.
@coupdefoudre Perhaps a valet, because someone's fancy? http://www.sterlingandburke.com/store/JW-Hulme-Desk-Valet-in-American-Heritage-Leather.html
@andnowlights This whole comment thread right here, this is me, as well as the article. Argh! How do you figure out what you want to do in life? Is there necessarily a "thing" for every person? I'm reasonably content in my low-level admin job but I aspire to "more", but what that is, I'm not so sure. So I don't know what direction to take.