Why do police and security officers wear that huge corded microphone across the front of their uniform? That is 1970’s technology. What not wear an ear bud paired to a cell phone like normal people do? Maybe its about trying to look powerful with oversized equipment all over the body?
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Let’s say you are standing in a literal shit storm. What would you focus on? An umbrella to shelter you from the shit falling on your head, or gender identity pronouns like her, his, etc? What is going to make you wealthy, healthy, and happy? What is the shit storm that is sucking the life
I Would Rather Have A Colonoscopy Than Go On A Cruise Ship-Here’s Why Perhaps it’s being too generous to call a cruise ship a floating prison. In prisons, you won’t get so seasick that you feel like shooting yourself to avoid nausea. And in prisons, the beds and bathrooms are larger and more comfortable. That
Brendan Hesse is a author, artist, and content material producer working within the gaming and tech industries. He has labored for a number of organizations, together with Digital Traits, IGN, and extra. Brendan is a daily contributor for LifeHacker.
Folks say love is pure, painful, candy, and dreadful — unexpectedly. The reality is, love is a fundamental necessity in everybody’s life. Everybody must be cherished to stay a correct and wholesome life. Love has varied definitions. Ask somebody and so they gives you their very own definition of affection. Love is a wide range
The pandemic has conditioned most people to pay with credit cards instead of cash. But the credit card machines at Starbucks and Caribou don’t allow me to add a tip to my bill. And I see that the cash tip jar is pretty much empty. What’s up with this Caribou and Starbucks? How can you
Work life balance is like jumbo shrimp and small problem. A contradiction in terms. Be a lifehacker and deal with it.
We are forced to buy three items instead of one. We save a little on the price, but much of what we buy is never used. Sicko. Warehouse stores are a symbol of the sicko consumption addition of Americans. We feel fulfilled by buying way more than we need, and we justify by saying boy
Have you noticed at funerals, there is rarely a picture of the deceased at work? This is a vivid example of one of the great paradoxes of the life we live…we invest the majority of our time and emotional capital in our jobs, but when we die, people finally get real and they could care