"There's a daytime NyQuil, and there's a nighttime NyQuil. Drink either one you want, because your cold doesn't give a shit what time it is. NyQuil comes in two colors: red and green. It's the only thing on the planet that tastes like red and green. And red and green are what? Christmas colors! That's right, NyQuil makes a dandy egg nog! Oh yeah, my friends bitched through the entire party, "This tastes like shit!" But at the end of it, we had a fun sleepover."
Sweeping Photos Span an Entire Day in a Single Frame
Stephen Wilkes is the first to admit the huge photos in his Day to Night series take an absurd amount of time and effort to produce. And he knows you might wonder why he'd spend 15 hours shooting an image and weeks editing it. But in an era when anyone with a phone can snap a pic and edit it in less time than it takes to say "OMG," his fanatical approach is his way of cutting through the visual noise and make an impression on people.
From: The Dean of Harvard College To: The Faculty In light of the controversy regarding so-called grade inflation, please take a moment to review the grading guidelines rubric, reproduced below:
The A+ grade is used only in very rare instances for the recognition of truly exceptional achievement
A term paper receiving the A+ is virtually indistinguishable from the work of a professional, both in its choice of paper stock and its font. The student's command of the topic is expert, or at the very least intermediate, or beginner. Nearly every single word in the paper is spelled correctly; those that are not can be reasoned out phonetically within minutes. Content from Wikipedia is integrated with precision. The paper contains few, if any, death threats.
'Tis the season for murdered homecoming queens, a damn fine cup of coffee, and trans-dimensional demons! In this classic carol the cast of Twin Peaks sings their version of "The 12 Days of Christmas" and it's glorious.
If I'm ever on TV, it'll probably be on a local news broadcast. My name will appear at the bottom of the screen, and under that will be some terse comment. I wonder what it will say? Perhaps "Knew the Victim" ... or "Alleged Ringleader" ... "Lottery Winner" ... "Person of Interest"