Notes from the Post-it Wall | Week of August 18, 2019

Notes from the Post-it Wall | Week of August 18, 2019

By David Himmel

• I get confidence by going commando in the workplace.

• The benefit of having a wife, dog, and child is that at least one of them will want your attention when the other two are bored with you.

• Wedding toasts that mention God or Jesus are fine. Wedding toasts that detail the speaker’s marital troubles are not. But they do make for some thoughtful laughs.

• If I had the opportunity to go back in time and visit with my twenty-year-old self, I’m confident I’d like Younger Me. I’m equally confident that Younger Me would not feel the same about Older Me. I have a cell phone, I’m not rich, and I sure as shit don’t go sailing enough. I was also never in a real band. Yet.

• Whoever it was who said “A woman who loves you won’t care how much money you make” was either a liar or a priest. Or both.

The Koch brothers are as much responsible for the conservative political agenda as 1980s action movies.

Long Train Running: A Chicago Marathon Story | Chapter 6 — 16 Post-run Requirements

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God Makes an Omelet

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