Over the weekend I witness someone yelling out the car window because a beggar had asked for money. They'd already said no… they'd already walked past… but then from the moving vehicle they yelled at this person for asking for money as they drove past. It was senseless and unnecessary.
Kitten Kollege videos show a professor who walks through Kollege's "diverse student body" of kittens engaging in their various scholarly pursuits, like string theory (yarn); linguistics (learning to meow); and literature (Of Mice and Mice and the works of Franz Katka). Oh and they learn how to think outside the box… and sometimes in a box.
After that they get into legit cat maintenance videos still filled with adorable cats.
Didn't she JUST promise to defend the separation of church and state (http://goo.gl/StwzCv)?!
Sorry but a particular faith isn't required to help the poor… pretty sure just some basic human decency will do. To be fair she's not forcing others to comply with HER beliefs. Still "we" are not called; you don’t need Jesus or any other deity to have compassion and a desire to help those less fortunate. Also… I'm pretty sure a <insert follower of any other belief system> who helps the poor isn't believing Jesus is who called them to do good.
Trailer: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Elon Musk: “If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple” | Ars Technica
Apple is apparently the “Tesla Graveyard.”
"If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple. I’m not kidding."
"In response to claims that Apple is poaching key members of Tesla staff to work on its long-rumoured self-driving car project, Musk joked: "Important engineers? They have hired people we've fired. We always jokingly call Apple the Tesla Graveyard….If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple. I’m not kidding."
The sick burns continued when Musk was asked if he took Apple seriously as a competitor in the automotive market. "Did you ever take a look at the Apple Watch?" he laughed, as if the seamless stainless steel construction and hand-crafted leather bands of Apple's latest i-thing were nothing to him. "No, seriously: it’s good that Apple is moving and investing in this direction," he added. "But cars are very complex compared to phones or smart watches. You can’t just go to a supplier like Foxconn and say: 'Build me a car.'"