“They do like attention, so I think they would probably be good in the limelight,” she said, laughing. “We’re taking baby steps right now as far as agencies and stuff go, but they’re little comedians, so we’ll see.”
This is only for people who are literally in the middle of having a heart attack and also prefer lemon lime flavor to cherry or grape.
(Also, I have added this powder packet to the mobile pharmacy that is my purse in the hopes of saving a life and appearing on the cover of the New York Post with the word “HERO” next to a flattering photograph of myself, but mostly for the life saving part.)
A year ago, Tumblr did something unprecedented — we created an editorial team of experienced journalists and editors assigned to cover Tumblr as a living, breathing community. The team’s mandate was to tell the stories of Tumblr creators in a truly thoughtful way — focusing on the…
You know what would be awesome? If a company just hired the Storyboard team as a team. Companies have been known to poach teams of people who work well together (The Onion mass exodus to Turner/Thing X piqued my interest in this as a possible trend), so it’s not crazy. If I ran a company and was looking to build an editorial team, I’d be thinking about hiring this award-winning group of four as a whole and skip over all those months of strangers figuring out how to communicate in shorthand.
Either way, I can see companies creating jobs just for these folks.
This pet name is from the This American Life episode “20 Acts in 60 Minutes,” from 2003. Act 8: “The Greatest Dog Name in the World.” It’s hilarious. Listen here. (The Tate Donovan story, Act 1, is also hilarious.)
WORST: Yo Is This Racist? on a Crowded subway platform when I thought my headphones were plugged in and couldn’t figure out why everyone was staring at me for a full minute before I realized what was going on and frantically tried to turn it off for another 20 seconds.
Be careful out there, podcast listeners. I still stand behind both these podcasts, but am a little bit annoyed with Stitcher.