Habits: A Simple Change in Mindset Changes Everything : zenhabits -
Need to start practicing this…. I’m allowed to.
Thanks for everything Hector Garza.
Miguel Delivered A Diving Leg Drop To Two Fans At The Billboard Awards -
A pro-wrestler couldn’t have done it better. :) |||
Miguel’s career in music may be over after this freak accident tonight at the Billboard Awards, but we’re sure he has a future in the WWE.
Experts keep saying the PC market is dead, all I have to say is try to code or do some heavy work on a tablet or smartphone.
Twitter Troll Gets More Than He Bargained For When Boxer Shows Up At His House To Beat His A$s
Trolls of the world take note: it’s getting harder and harder for you to hide in the shadows of anonymity. Your mere presense on the web means that you can be tracked to a pinpoint location within minutes. So choose who you troll carefully, lest someone show up at your doorstep ready to pummel you into the oblivion.
Jerking Off When Your Girlfriend is Home -
“You are worth so much more than that.”
It’s a paraphrase I’ve heard often used to put down sex workers. It’s sugar coated to sound like a compliment, but in reality, it’s just ignorance. You, as a person, are priceless. You may sell sex, nudity, or just companionship. That is not selling yourself, but more selling your TIME. There’s a big difference there. You cannot be sold, but your time can be. Whether you work in retail or as a stripper, you get paid for the time you work. Some get more than others. Some days you walk away with more. But that is not your worth. That’s your TIMES worth. And really, we spend most of our TIME not making any money at all. We watch TV, sleep, play video games, whatever. So the fact that you get paid to do something, is quite wonderful. Some people don’t. But to summarize my original thought, no one sells themselves. They sell their time for ANY job, sexual or not.
It must have been tough to be president for just 45 minutes.
February 19th 1913: Pedro Lascuráin’s presidency
On this day 100 years ago in 1913, Pedro Lascuráin became President of Mexico. He was only in office for around 45 minutes, making his presidency the shortest in history. On 19th February 1913 President Madero was overthrown in a military coup. Also ousted were the next in line to the presidency (the Vice-President and Attorney General), thus Foreign Minister Lascuráin succeeded the presidency. The instigator of the coup, General Huerta, had Lascuráin appoint him Interior Minister (next in line after the Foreign Minister) and then resign, making Huerta President. Lascuráin died in 1952 aged 96.