Hello. My name is Bill Gates. I created a little tech company called Microsoft in 1975 with some other guy. Like many of you, I believed in the complete and utter bullshit of trickle-down economics for years and years. Today, I say enough is enough.
The wealth that oligarchs Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have amassed is obscene, disgusting, and sickening. As of this writing, Bezos’ net worth stands at $193 billion, while Musk’s lurks closely behind at $190 billion. With mine at a paltry $122 billion, I can’t help but feel the boots of their tyranny crushing my weathered…
“What’s interesting is that this phenomenon occurs across all education levels. I know a Harvard graduate who belittled an electrician despite believing that hamsters run the entire electrical grid.”
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After Ty Ma started his new job as a financial analyst at a mid-size insurance company, he ran into a situation that happens to him frequently: a co-worker constantly over pronounces his name.
“The human resources lady kept calling me Tire Moana when she was introducing me to people,” sighed Ma. “I corrected her several times, but it didn’t seem to matter. I don’t get it because…”
Check out the full story at The Lunar Times
Is there anything better than making no money while you sleep? Here, with just a little effort at the beginning, but none after that, you can automate the way you keep your net worth flat and maintain the mediocrity you deserve.
Every zoo has animals. Boring! Not every zoo has Dippin’ Dots, though. Dippin’ Dots are fun. They’re cold. They’re round. They’re airy. Here is their official description: “In 1988, microbiologist Curt Jones used his knowledge of cryogenic technology to invent Dippin’ Dots — an unconventional ice cream treat that’s remarkably fresh and flavorful, introducing the world to beaded ice cream.” Zoos are often the places where people are first introduced to the delightful treat. That is why I am ranking the animal parks in Ohio by their number of Dippin’ Dots locations. And I don’t even work for them!
Writer, satirist, and humorist. You can find my best work on my mom’s refrigerator.