So, earlier you were shown a brand new look for Daily Good Stuff. Time to try it out!
They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. Andy Warhol
You have made known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand. Psalm 16:11
A woman was shopping at her local supermarket where she selected: A half-gallon of 2% milk, A carton of eggs, A quart of orange juice, A head of romaine lettuce, A 2 lb. can of coffee, And a 1 lb. package of bacon. As she was unloading her items on the conveyor belt to check out, a drunk standing behind her watched as she placed the items in front of the cashier.
While the cashier was ringing up her purchases, the drunk calmly stated, “You must be single.” The woman was a bit startled by this proclamation, but she was intrigued by the derelict’s intuition, since she was indeed single. She looked at her six items on the belt and saw nothing particularly unusual about her selections that could have tipped off the drunk to her marital status. Curiosity getting the better of her, she said “Well, you know what, you’re absolutely correct, but how on earth did you know that?” The drunk replied, “Cause you’re ugly.”
Okay now this news is really heavy. Some time ago I shared a story of how a woman slap an officer so she could go to jail because she wanted to quit smoking. That was bad but the news today could take the cake. A man has enclosed his head in a metal ball…so that he can quit smoking. It’s a cage. Think bird cage. And it’s just the craziest thing I’ve heard of. But, will it work? Also…how in the heck does he eat!? I’m sure he takes it off but what he snaps and sneaks in a cigarette? I don’t know; I guess he has a system.
With college tuition (and as a college student, I can tell ya; it’s crazy) on the rise, Oregon has decided to try something. It’s a program called “Pay It Forward“.
The program would call for students to attend public universities tuition- and loan-free. In exchange, students would have three percent deducted from their post-graduation paychecks for about a quarter-century. The money would go into a fund to pay for future students.
That sounds pretty cool. What are the potential drawbacks and should more states do this?
Okay so that’s it. I think this layout works. Yeah, I’ll keep it like this for quite some time. Thanks for reading!