This is your life. do what you love and DO IT OFTEN. If you don’t like something, CHANGE IT. If you don’t like your job, QUIT IT. If you don’t; have enough time, STOP WATCHING TV. If you are looking for the love of your life, STOP… … They will be waiting for you when you start doing things you love. STOP OVER ANALYZING, All emotions are beautiful when you eat and APPRECIATE, every last bite. LIFE IS SIMPLE. Open your mind, arms, and heart to new things, and people, WE ARE UNITED IN OUR DIFFERENCES. Ask the next person you see, what their passion is, and share your inspiring dream with them. TRAVEL OFTEN; GETTING LOST WILL HELP YOU FIND YOURSELF. Some opportunities only come once you seize them. LIFE IS ABOUT PEOPLE YOU MEET, and the things you create with them. SO GO OUT AND START CREATING. Life is to short. LIVE YOUR DREAM and SHARE YOUR PASSION
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Behind the big, dark political scandals like Bin Laden’s assassination, Watergate, Waco, the Kennedy assassination, the Russian spy swap, and so on, lurk the operatives from the FBI. In this book by investigative journalist and best selling author Ronald Kessler, he uses his inside access to FBI bigwigs to reveal how they do their dirt.
Don’t get too happy, this book isn’t an updated Kama Sutra. It’s actually a grammar book. A funny one. But who gives a f#&k about grammar, you ask? Well, read some of your friends’ facebook updates or inter-office emails and you’ll see why this book is very relevant. Authors Chris Baker and Jacob Hansen are regular guys who happen to know and care about grammar. Get a few laughs in while learning how not to butcher your native tongue. K?
With everyone going digital its always great to see independent brands like COUPLE d’IDÉES launch beautiful notebooks and stationary. the Montreal-based company makes their unique notebooks ($7) from 100% recycled, 100% post-consumer fiber and uses vegetable oil-based inks. Link
There are so many things you can do with cannabis besides smoking it away in a big ol’ blunt. and Stoners’ Delight ($10) is here to tell you about some of them. Weighing in at less than a 100 pages — give the authors a break, they were probably busy, umm, “testing” the recipes — this pot-centric cookbook offers instructions on how to make everything from the tried-and-true brownie to teas, drinks, and other non-flammable forms of enjoyment.
Moleskine is expanding beyond its popular notebook line to create three new collections: Writing, Travelling, and Reading. the new bag and accessory lines were designed by Giulio Iacchetti who reinterpreted the functional minimalism of a Moleskine notebook into a line that features bags, pens and pencils, reading glasses, accessory cases, and booklights that can be recharged via USB. Link
Maybe Pops never got to take that “Intro to Philosophy” that you used to skipped on a regular basis. Hook him up with a winning combo of beer and philosophy with Philosophy on Tap: Pint-Sized Puzzles for the Pub Philosopher ($19). Forty-eight unique, and interesting philosophical puzzles from famous philosophers, fuse life’s biggest questions with beer – genius. Make his head spin with questions like, “If a pint spills in the forest and no one is there to hear it, would it still make a sound?,” “are some beers truly better than others?,” “Can God make a keg so big that He himself can’t lift it?,” and most importantly,”If God exists, why are there bad beers?”
More Father’s Day $19 [Thanks Outblush]
Google Before You Tweet ($15) Is The New Think Before You Speak.
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Matthew Inman, everyone’s favorite one-man internet comic strip creator, has finally gotten off his lazy behind and put together a collection of his work, aptly titled 5 Very Good Reasons to Punch a Dolphin in the Mouth ($8). Featuring over 160 pages of hand-drawn goodness, this paperback wonder includes tons of classic illustrations, 25 all-new comics, a pull-out poster of “Why I believe printers were sent from hell,” and more silliness than a box set of Benny Hill. [Source Uncrate.com]