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Deep fried choc chip cookie dough - http://imgur.com/gallery/xtavcsz

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incidentalcomics:

What I Learned in Professional School

For the August 3 NY Times Education Life. Thanks to editor Jane Karr!

I wrote an explanatory autobiographical blog post here.

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incidentalcomics:

The Writers’ Retreat

For the July 20 NY Times Book Review. Thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman and editor Pamela Paul!

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sociallychallengednerd:

Natasha walking through the Avengers tower with her angry face on and Clint thrown over her shoulder fireman style she just storms past everyone and no one speaks Clint just hangs there and sadly waves to everyone as they pass

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99percentinvisible:

 Bottlass, a sleek, dual beverage container and storage unit manufactured in Korea.  

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broughttoyoubytheletterq:

when im a parent i won’t take my kid’s electronics when they get in trouble i’ll just take the charger so i can watch the fear in their eyes as they use it less and less while the battery slowly begins to run out

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Now we have half-stepped away from our long centuries of despoilment, promising, ‘Never again.’ But still we are haunted. It is as though we have run up a credit-card bill and, having pledged to charge no more, remain befuddled that the balance does not disappear. The effects of that balance, interest accruing daily, are all around us.
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fastcompany:

Networking in a new industry can be daunting for even the most socially adept. Here’s how to dissolve the nerves.
Networking is research-proven to be the overwhelmingly best way to land a job, better than job board hunting and recruiter services.
But for most of us—introverts, especially—selling oneself as a “brand” doesn’t come naturally. Something as small as fully owning the skills section of your resume feels like pulling your own teeth; shoving yourself out the door to walk into a room of strangers feels like a root canal.
Here’s how to calm the nerves and awkwardness that come with wading into a crowd of industry pros, in search of your next big break:
Read More>

fastcompany:

Networking in a new industry can be daunting for even the most socially adept. Here’s how to dissolve the nerves.

Networking is research-proven to be the overwhelmingly best way to land a job, better than job board hunting and recruiter services.

But for most of us—introverts, especially—selling oneself as a “brand” doesn’t come naturally. Something as small as fully owning the skills section of your resume feels like pulling your own teeth; shoving yourself out the door to walk into a room of strangers feels like a root canal.

Here’s how to calm the nerves and awkwardness that come with wading into a crowd of industry pros, in search of your next big break:

Read More>

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rneerkat:

lubetheboob:

rneerkat:

"no, dont be afraid, taste some" 7 said to 6 after being caught eating 9.

6 bites into 9 and enjoys it. “nice and 10der, im takin a lovin’ to this”

"no ur takin 11 to it" 7 says. both laugh

What did I just read…

number fanfiction

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