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jayonrait:

Redondo Beach Cafe made us Peameal Bacon Sandwiches for a little taste of home today. Ruby O’Toole seems to think her Dad is hilarious. Oh by the way podcast news coming soon. We swear…

Ruby O’Toole is a cutie.

fred-wilson:

josh and max are cooking and blogging about it this spring as a senior project
the (tum)blog is here.

fred-wilson The food looks great. The title is not so great.

fred-wilson:

josh and max are cooking and blogging about it this spring as a senior project

the (tum)blog is here.

fred-wilson The food looks great. The title is not so great.

humansofnewyork:

"I didn’t get married until I was 50. I think it finally happened because I stopped thinking it was possible."
"How do you mean?"
"Before I gave up, I was putting so much pressure on myself that I’d immediately be considering and measuring every man I’d meet. It’s not natural to begin a relationship with such a long term view. When I met my husband, I wasn’t looking past that afternoon."

trudat.

UPS engineers found that left-hand turns were a major drag on efficiency. Turning against traffic resulted in long waits in left-hand turn lanes that wasted time and fuel, and it also led to a disproportionate number of accidents. By mapping out routes that involved “a series of right-hand loops,” UPS improved profits and safety while touting their catchy, environmentally friendly policy. As of 2012, the right turn rule combined with other improvements — for the wow factor, UPS doesn’t separate them out — saved around 10 million gallons of gas and reduced emissions by the equivalent of taking 5,300 cars of the road for a year.

i am not a fan of left turns onto busy streets either. i avoid them.

Why UPS Trucks Don’t Turn Left (via justin-singer)

This is one of those obvious things that you have to give UPS credit for implementing. I would love an app that routed me using only right hand turns.

fred-wilson:

pretty similar to my high school. i don’t think anyone had gone to MIT from my high school ever

humansofnewyork:

"I went to a rural high school in Pennsylvania. Nobody from my town had gone to an Ivy League school in 20 years. So when I got accepted to MIT, I had this feeling of being so far behind everyone else. I chose to major in Chemistry, because I felt that was my best chance of keeping up. Don’t get me wrong, I love Chemistry, but I think I’d have been a great doctor."

Wow, what a sad story.

fred-wilson:

pretty similar to my high school. i don’t think anyone had gone to MIT from my high school ever

humansofnewyork:

"I went to a rural high school in Pennsylvania. Nobody from my town had gone to an Ivy League school in 20 years. So when I got accepted to MIT, I had this feeling of being so far behind everyone else. I chose to major in Chemistry, because I felt that was my best chance of keeping up. Don’t get me wrong, I love Chemistry, but I think I’d have been a great doctor."

2015 ( Chargers I think ) covered up but rolling down the I-94.

humansofnewyork:

"He’s really patient."
"When’s a time that you really appreciated his patience?"
"When my mother came to stay with us."

That will do it.

fred-wilson:

some photos from our ski week in Utah

Love the sign that says You Can Die. Straight talk from the legal team.

Fashion Week kick off!

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