A scary job

Today on the radio I heard a guest being introduced as a “comments page editor.” Sounds like a frightening job to have.

juliawertz:

For some reason, people love sending me photos of their cats with my books, and they’re always amusing, but this one is the clear winner for forever and always. c/o the Cat Overlord Book Club 

juliawertz:

For some reason, people love sending me photos of their cats with my books, and they’re always amusing, but this one is the clear winner for forever and always. c/o the Cat Overlord Book Club 

twobassoonists:

mozart “contraforte” oboe concerto

what a stupid instrument

Mozart’s oboe concerto played on a contraforte for some reason.

A contraforte is a new type of contrabassoon, from what I understand.

How is it possible that you can make me so happy and so sad at the same time?
Midnight thoughts (you are confusing as fuck)
LOOK AT THE CAT
me every time there is a cat regardless of the situation (via spockular)

unclefather:

"Who wants to be a millionaire?" Me. This game is easy. Next question. 

magicul:

do you ever get really motivated to do something and you get really excited about it and then when you get home you’re just like nah

One time in school, I was thinking, “Oh boy, when I get home, I can get so much done.” When I got home, I ate chocolate and watched YouTube videos.

spacekittenpatrol:

Lifehack: Go to a music school and keep calling an alpine horn a Ricola horn and see how many musicians you annoy.

joshreads:

TECH FOLK: Do you have, or have you had, a part of your job that you suspect could be automated, but for some reason never has been? Like: you have to run a script at a certain time each day, or press a button, or some similar grunt work. I’m writing an article and would love to hear your story. Email jfruh at jfruh dot com. willing to quote anonymously if you fear your job could be automated away!

Stress normally occurs when you can’t solve a perpetual problem or you can’t get comfortable with a certain idea. When you can’t control your own destiny. I try not to let myself be that way. I try to truly accept the things I cannot change.
Chris Hadfield