“You have to wonder if before going to sleep last night, pitchman Billie Mays thought of Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett, and Ed McMahon, and said to himself one last time, “but wait, there’s more!”—Too soon Consumerist, too soon.
“On Good Friday 1930, a BBC reporter signed onto the radio broadcast for the evening news. He announced to the listeners “There is no news tonight” and the rest of the broadcast was filled by piano music. […] Today, there are several 24-hour news stations releasing content around the clock. In the last 80 years we have either started producing vastly more news worthy content or the standard of what is worth talking about has dropped significantly.”—here
Thanks to the magic of the internet I can find out that I am no longer being considered for that position but encouraged to apply to further openings in a matter of minutes instead of days or weeks through the post office.
I was really excited about being able to check fold laundry off my to-do list. However when I went to check it off I saw I had marked the task as Fold and Put Away Laundry. I think this means me dumping a pile of folded clothes on my chair isn’t gonna cut it. Stupid list, next time I’m breaking it down to two things so I feel twice as accomplished or get at least half of it done.