Quick before I throw them away, the quotes on paper, not the flowers. The flowers are the reason I'm clearing my space. They were a Birthday gift from Daughter Darling.
From Bill Murphy Jr.
”Want to know what my favorite kind of problem is? The kind that solves itself if you leave it alone.”
From Kelsey McKinney:
“In case you haven’t heard, we’re in a recession. Actually we’re not, but we’ve spent the last year talking about how we will be, which has the effect of altering behavior as if we were. Even if you’ve come to terms with the fundamental irrationality of the stock market, it’s still difficult to fight the feeling that CEOs are willing this recession into existence to create a justifying narrative for layoffs. Not because they necessarily want to save money, or even redirect the company, but to press reset on what they view as out-of-control compensation packages and worker demands.”
From Arwa Mahdawi, columnist for The Guardian US:
“Obviously I have no idea what the world is going to look like in a decade. But here’s one prediction I feel very confident making: without a free and fearless press the future will be bleak. Without independent journalism, democracy is doomed. Without journalists who hold power to account, the future will be entirely shaped by the whims and wants of the 1%.
A lot of the 1% are not big fans of the Guardian, by the way. Donald Trump once praised a Montana congressman who body-slammed a Guardian reporter. Musk, meanwhile, has described the Guardian as “the most insufferable newspaper on planet Earth.” I’m not sure there is any greater compliment.
“I am proud to write for the Guardian. …Only with your help can we continue to get on Elon Musk’s nerves.
From Anne Helen Petersen:
This round of layoffs in particular feels clear that this isn't about a recession or profit or even worker quality. It's about fear induction. Lay off a bunch of people, and you grab a bit of power back out of the fear among the remaining. It is easier to exploit them.
From Betty White—aka Rose from The Golden Girls.
what they say: You can lead a herring to water, but you have to walk really
fast or he’ll die.”
— Rose (Betty White)
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A Gathering of Flamingos is Called A Flamboyance
“If you called us the Pink Flamingos, could we also be called a Flamboyance? I suppose not, as we are only two.
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