Gamer, home theater enthusiast, IT Security professional ex-CISSP, lover of cats, married to the always wonderful and compassionate (and passionate) Cassie.
It has taken me a long time and many hours of personal experience (is that redundant?) to learn that if after point and counterpoint two people don't agree, it is very unlikely that they will come to agreement with further argument.
Only 9 lightbulbs out of 58 left in the house that are not LEDs. I love LED lights. There's little reason now to buy anything else to replace medium screw in type base (your traditional lightbulb type) bulbs up to 75 watt equivalent. Costco and Home Depot sell these bulbs at prices that make even CFL bulbs look expensive.
Add "steel sharpens steel" as another metaphor that I love to hate. Steel does not, in fact sharpen steel. Two swords clashing dull each other. And even when a steel refers to a diamond steel, a diamond steel only hones a blade, it doesn't sharpen it.
Stalone and company have shown supreme command over the art form of gratuitous violence in film and have distilled numerous years of knowledge down into a series known as The Expendables. Formulaic? Sure. Trite? Ok. Throwback to the golden age of action movies known as the '80s? Most definitely. Pure fun? Absolutely.
It's not enough for scientists to say "I disagree" with published peer reviewed studies on a subject. They actually have to do studies/experiments on their own to back that up in order to have any relevance on a subject outside of Fox News.
In the past month or so on Facebook I've seen interesting ads for a men's clothing service that would send you a like an outfit a month and I also saw one for a food service that would send you ingredients and a recipe for a meal.
If laughter is the best medicine, Harold Ramis was one of the best pharmacists around. He helped create so many great comedic moments and more than a few dramatic ones as well in all of the movies that he was part of. He'll definitely be missed.
This is pretty awesome. http://www.youtube.com/watch... Disney ultimately released Frozen in 41 different languages (25 of them are covered here) and they had to find different singers and voice actors for the bulk of them.