The Ultimate Way to Witness the Northern Lights

Imagine lying in bed under a glass igloo in Finland, watching the Aurora Borealis. That’s the kind of thing you want to put on your bucket list! Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is only 155 miles from the Arctic Circle, near the Urho Kekkonen National Park in Lapland. Thermal glass keeps each igloo nice and toasty inside, but if you prefer, they also have unheated igloos made of packed snow. I think I’ll take the glass. Read more about this unique resort and see plenty of photographs at Scribol.
 
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Hippopotamus Sofa

Maximo Riera understands the importance of creating furniture designs that fit into any home or office. A good furniture maker knows that a piece that goes anywhere is more marketable than a weird oddity. That's why he's continuing to develop chairs and couches that look like large animals. In the past, we've seen his walrus chair and octopus chair. Now he's added to that line this couch that looks like a hippopotamus. It's made to a 1:1 scale with leather lined and creased like a real hippopotamus.

-via Marginal Revolution

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Photographic Portraits of "Off Duty" Porn Stars




Photographer Roger Kisby, in his second year shooting the Adult Video News Awards, decided to go a different route in covering the event. Kisby said in an interview with Refinery 29,

"I wanted to do portraits of the performers, to do something that was authentic and honest that would strip away — no pun intended — their outer performer aspects and [get at] who they are.

It was a challenge. I only had a few minutes with the performers, and I was trying to do a lot in that time — introducing myself, telling them what I do, and making them feel comfortable, so I could grab a real, natural moment. A lot of them have go-to 'porn poses' or 'porn faces' for lack of a better term, and that was something I tried to get them to not do."

To achieve his goal, Kisby used a simple light setup and traditional, "face-to-face" shooting angle, which presented the subjects' features in a way that was genuine. 

See all 25 of Kisby's portraits here, and visit his website to see more of his work.

 


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Snowball Fight in Jerusalem

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A storm last Thursday and Friday left between 20 and 30 centimeters (7-11 inches) of snow over Jerusalem. This video shows a group of Franciscan monks having a snowball fight, which they probably don’t get to do very often. Israel wasn’t the only spot in the Middle East to get snow. See pictures of the snow in Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey in this roundup. -via Buzzfeed


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This Is the Awesomest Fireplace Ever

(Photo: Fritz von der Schulenburg)

The Italian fashion designer Elsa Peretti purchased an old watchtower on the coast of Tuscany as a vacation home. It was called La Torre. The Sixteenth Century structure was built for military purposes, so Peretti had to have it redesigned with comfort in mind. So she hired architect Renzo Mongiardino to renovate it.

Mongiardino took the old fort and turned it into a fairytale castle by covering the walls with three-dimensional images of fantasy scenes, including this stunning fireplace that looks like a giant’s mouth. You can see more photos of the home at The Art of the Room.

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This Is What Happens When The Cast Of Frozen Meets The Thing

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If you’re as sick of Frozen mania as I am then the prospect of an alien critter running amok in Elsa’s frozen wastes probably sounds like a good thing.

However, if you’re still stuck on Frozen then you should avert your eyes from the screen as this claymation short by Lee Hardcastle will most likely destroy your inner child.

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Lee’s claymation short FROZEN- Blood Test Scene is a plasticine bloodbath that will (arguably) warp your kids a lot less than the soundtrack of Frozen, and hopefully it'll help the addicted finally Let It Go! (Contains language and clay figure violence that is NSFW)

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A Pinhole Camera Designed to Take Selfies

Think of it as a low-tech selfie sombrero. You get to wear a selfie-producing machine, but people won’t look at you like you’re weird when you do it.

Lithuanian photographer Ignas Kutavicius built a head-mounted device that takes simple shots using a pinhole camera. These were the earliest cameras in photographic history. So by using one to take a selfie, users can reflect on “what selfies could of looked like at the beginning of photographic history.”


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Kutavicius describes his project in this video for BBC.

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15-Year Old Hires CEO to Run the Company She Founded 3 Years Ago


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This is Noa Mintz, the founder of Nannies by Noa, a successful small business in New York City. If you need a top quality nanny or babysitter, she can set you up.

She's only 15 years old.

From a young, er, younger, age, Noa got to know a lot of nannies and babysitters. She developed a knack for knowing if a caregiver's personality was a good fit for a family--or wasn't. When she was 12, she launched a company that paired nannies and babysitters with families who needed them. Noa ran the company while going to school and living an otherwise normal life as a middle schooler.

Now, as a high school freshman, she realizes that she can no longer devote enough time to her company, which serves about 190 clients through about 75 nannies and babysiitters. Noa has hired a CEO to take over of day-to-day operations. The New York Post reports that this is only her latest venture:

Mom Meredith Berkman, a former journalist, isn’t surprised by her daughter’s ambition.

“Noa is a natural-born serial entrepreneur — from 6 or 7, she was always trying to start these mini-companies,” says Berkman.

“She’d reach out to my friend and ask to be a consultant for birthday parties. There are kids whose lives are absorbed by tennis or acting — but this is her baby, her startup. It’s not a hobby for her. This isn’t a lemonade stand.”

-via Oddity Central

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Couple Gets Revenge on Coworker Who Repeatedly Stole Woman's Lunch



Redditor Toastedchillies posted a story of lunch theft and revenge to Justice Porn subreddit. The poster explained that, since he loves to cook, he packs his wife a bag lunch every day for her to take to work. But after awhile, his wife informed him of her lunch being stolen once every couple of days. He writes,

"I’m a bit of a chilli head. Love my hot sauces. I also love to cook. I also cook my wife a delicious lunch each day, She kept complaining that someone was stealing her lunch every couple of days out of the fridge at work. So I made her some buffalo wings for lunch to put in the fridge. They are really popular with her colleagues, but I spiced them up just a little with some Blair’s 4am Reserve. (I note you are meant to dilute it with 1 drop per 5 litres of liquid.)

So I added a couple of drops of Blairs 4am Reserve per wing with nice dusting of Ghost chilli powder for good measure. I did eat a couple to make sure it didn’t kill anybody, they were real hot. Even cream doesn’t cut the heat: and Ghost chillies keep getting hotter for about 5 minutes.

Needless to say just before lunch, there was a shrill from the kitchen, a young male colleague decided to help himself the my wife’s lunch which was clearly marked with her name. He ran to the toilet and vomited over and over. Apparently the moans sounded like he was dying. My wife just sat there innocently pretending nothing was wrong. Needless to say she has not lost a single lunch since."

Read more about Blair’s 4am Reserve — which is more than 7,000 times spicier than Tabasco and one of the hottest substances that exists — here. See a video about Blair's below. 

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Doing It Wrong - Showin' Some Superheroic Skin


Doing It Wrong by Ronan Lynam

Barry had become The Flash way before he had a costume, because he loved to run past people and show off his birthday suit. He started out as The Flasher in high school, but when he turned his nude hobby into a full time obsession he dropped the -er because it sounded cooler. One day Barry was running nude through the lobby of the famous Star labs when he saw a blinding flash of light- an explosion zapped him and gave him the power to run faster than any man alive, and that's when his cool new name really stuck!

Don't get caught without some decent clothes on, grab this Doing It Wrong t-shirt by Ronan Lynam and show the world what you're made of!

Visit Ronan Lynam's Facebook fan page, official website and Tumblr, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more delightfully geeky designs:

Master Rider Super Nipples Versus Kraid Demonic Hunger

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Crash Victim Films Himself Being Cut out of His Car with the Jaws of Life


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The Jaws of Life are hydraulic tools used by rescue workers to extract people trapped behind heavy objects. One common use is to cut people out of crashed, mangled cars. This machine can snip right through a car frame with enough pressure.

Andrew MacDonald of Victoria, British Columbia fell asleep while driving on January 11. He crashed, breaking several bones in the process, including a femur, both ankles and both kneecaps. While firefighters cut him out of his car, MacDonald turned on his phone and recorded the incident.

He's remarkably chipper, despite suffering grave injuries that would ultimately require major surgery and a month-long stay in the hospital. MacDonald expresses interest in the "hot nurses" that he anticipates meeting at the hospital.

Content warning: a bit of foul language.

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See Uhura Do Ballet in Rare Behind-the-Scenes Star Trek Photos

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Nichelle Nichols is the actress who played Lt. Nyota Uhura on the original Star Trek. Prior to running the communications systems on the Enterprise, she attended the Chicago Ballet Academy. She sometimes found work as a dancer, including as a background performer in the 1959 film version of Porgy and Bess.

Nichols kept up with her dancing skills. The Geek Twins has a collection of behind-the-scenes photos of uncertain provenance showing Nichols in costume on the bridge set demonstrating how flexible she is.


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Great Ball of Pebbles


Image: David Harber

The great ball of pebbles above is an aptly titled sculptural garden sphere called "Dark Planet" by UK artist David Harber. The gorgeous structure, a perfect sphere made from thousands of black puddle stones, look downright magical.

And if you think that's gorgeous, just wait till you see it illuminated from within at night! View more of Harber's Dark Planet spheres over at Homes and Hues.

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Can You Be Scared To Death?

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Getting a good scare can make your heart race, but can it kill you? We know fear can save our lives, if it keeps us from doing something dangerous, but should we fear our fear itself? AsapSCIENCE explains the mechanism and physical effects of fear and what damage, if any, fear can do to us. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Photographer Reveals The Truth About Men Who Own Cats

There’s a certain stigma attached to cat ownership, and for some reason our feline friends have become categorized as a pet primarily kept by females, even though history shows us that’s simply not true.

Cats have been admired and domesticated by all kinds of people for thousands of years, and yet the stigma persists that if a man owns only cats there must be something off about him.

Own too many cats as a woman and you’re a crazy cat lady, own cats as a man and you’re effeminate and weird, your manhood taking a hit because you prefer the company of cats over dogs.

Photographer David Williams is a man who loves cats, and he’s trying to help change this flawed perception with a series of photos that show men and their cats looking quite masculine indeed.

See more from David's series Men & Cats here

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Sleeping Driver Runs Car off of Upper Deck of Boston's I-93

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When a Boston man who had been drinking dozed off behind the wheel at 6:21 Sunday morning, he hit a snowbank and then drove his Toyota Tacoma off of the upper northbound deck of I-93 onto the southbound deck of the highway below.

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The man survived the accident without serious injury and was charged with DUI. Luckily, the roads had very little traffic on them at the time of the crash. See three views of the car's fall in these videos. Learn more on the story at MyFoxBoston.com.

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60,000 Bees Made This Teapot-Shaped Sculpture

Tomáš Gabzdil Libertíny is an artist who collaborates with bees. By building hive structures in certain shapes, he enlists the cooperation of bees in creating sculptures out of beeswax. We’ve previously seen one that looks like the crucified Jesus

This one titled Thousand Years takes the form of a teapot. Christofle, a French silver maker, commissioned the piece.

-via Inhabitat


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Well Grammar

Who’s calling who stupid? Notice the well-placed comma in the bottom panel. Still, proper grammar doesn’t always help you in the real world: you have to take into account who is doing the labor and who is supervising.

Side note: even the grammar nazi in this cartoon makes a grammatical error (“real” instead of “really”) but I needed to use that tense to make the joke work. Sorry, grammar commandants.

This Bizarro comic is from artist Don Piraro’s blog post in which he shares thoughts about several recent comics. I was originally going to post the Planet of the Apes panel, after I saw it here, but the well-digging comic tickled me even more. You don’t want to overlook the elephant down comic, either.


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Top Ten Most Valuable Collectibles of Their Kind



One old adage that's certainly true is "One man's trash is another man's treasure." One person sees an ugly hunk of metal, another sees a sculptural work of art. One woman's Pollock is another whose Kid Could Paint That.

Most collectors are well aware what the ultimate prize of their type of collection would be. But people who aren't familiar with collectors' items may be completely oblivious to the value of such items. That's why flea markets, garage sales and the like will always have their treasure hunters. 

The article linked below lists what the author estimates to be the most valuable items for ten different types of collections. For example, the book in the photo above is the most valuable printed book, the Bay Psalm Book. Said to be the first book printed in English in North America, this volume is the interpretation of the original Hebrew script of Psalms by the Puritans. Publication began in 1640, with approximately 1,700 copies printed. Eleven copies are thought to be currently in existence.

Old South Church in Boston once owned two copies of the Bay Psalm Book, one of which they sold in order to pay for ministries and repairs. The book sold for $14,165,000 on November 26, 2013 to David M. Rubenstein of the Carlyle Group. 

Read about nine other most valuable collectibles of their types here.


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Eight Of The Worst Fad Toys From The Last Forty Years

The latest batch of fad products roll out every year around Christmas, when people spend way too much money and act like animals just to get their hands on the must-have product of the year.

A lot of really bad fad toys have been released in the last forty years, but the fad toys on this list epitomize the love it now, couldn't care less tomorrow core of what makes most fad toys a total waste of money!

1. Pogo Bal-

The pogo stick was rendered obselete by the release of the Pogo Bal in 1986, which didn't mean much because kids had given up their pogo sticks in favor of skateboards and scooters long ago.

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The good thing about Pogo Bal was every kid on your block had one, so you could all look ridiculous trying to bounce around together.

The bad thing about Pogo Bal- it rapidly deflated and cracked when left out in the sun, and only really worked as advertised when fully inflated, so most kids let it become part of the backyard.

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2. Cabbage Patch Kids-

Cabbage Patch Kids sprouted out of the ground all cute, clothed and ready for adoption, and kids have never wanted to eat their vegetables more than when they saw those dimple cheeked Kids on toy store shelves.

The Cabbage Patch Riots of 1983 showed how far some parents were willing to go to get their hands on those dolls, which at the time were being mass produced rather cheaply by Coleco.

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The good thing about Cabbage Patch Kids is their dollyness-  they have plenty of outfits and accessories to keep kids (mostly girls) entertained for years to come.

The bad thing about Cabbage Patch Kids is the cloth material used to make the body got dirty fast, and if you tried to wash them they turned into lumpy Cabbage Patch freaks. Likewise their decal eyes rubbed off if the dolls were played with too roughly, which left them looking so sad:

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Ice Age Caveman - Join The Club!


Ice Age Caveman !!! by Adrian Filmore

Simon discovered a stone club buried in a block on the wall of his Ice Castle, glinting with a promise of adventure. The club looked all old and shiny and clubby and he couldn't take his eyes off it, so he had Gunther bring forth a torch and got to melting. The club was even shinier and clubbier when freed from the block, and when Simon held it aloft he felt the power of a Captain from another time coursing through his veins. He let out a mighty yell, his beard immediately growing down below his knees, and right then Simon knew what he wanted to be- a savage Ice Age Caveman!

Send your geeky wardrobe back in time with this Ice Age Caveman !!! t-shirt by Adrian Filmore, it's a much better way to get people's attention than clubbing them over the head!

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3D Skull !!! The Beateggs !!! Red Skull Tattoo !!! Slime !!!

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These Tiny Chairs Were Made Entirely of Champagne Corks


(Michael A. Parker)

Design Within Reach is a home furnishings company. Every year, it holds a contest that invites artists to build chairs using only 2 champagne corks. The only materials that contributors may use are the wire frames, the metal wrappers, and, of course, the cork wood itself. The results are marvelously creative. 


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Undersea Timelapse in Glorious Color

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The short film called ...meanwhile... is taken from Italian filmmaker Sandro Bocci’s feature film Porgrave, which will be released later this year. See slow-living corals, starfish, and other sea creatures in time-lapse mode beautifully photographed in their natural habitat. It’s practically psychedelic! Bocci says,

"This is an infinitesimal part of the wonderful world in which we live and of which we should take better care," Bocci wrote in a description of the project. It's "a trip through a different perspective that would encourage reflection on the consequences of our actions on each scale of space and time."

 -via Huffpo Green


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Sony World Photography Awards 2015 Shortlist

Shortlist, Lifestyle, Professional Category
©Ramil Gilvanov/Rimma Gilvanova, Russia 

The World Photography Organization has announced the shortlist for the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. The shortlist was compiled from a record number of submissions for the competition: 173,444 photographs from 171 countries. Competition winners will be announced April 23, 2015.

Use the following links to view all shortlisted photos in three categories: ProfessionalOpen, and Youth-Via Colossal 

Shortlist, Smile, Open Category
©Simon Morris, United Kingdom

West Bengal, India. Blind girls Sonia, 12, and Anita Singh, 5, are born into poverty with congenital cataract blindness. They must accompany their parents everywhere as they cannot be left alone without risk. The surgery to cure this is simple and takes 15 minutes but because of the level of poverty in this family they have been unable to pursue the necessary operation. India has more than 12 million blind, the majority of which suffer from cataract blindness. Poverty is the main reason these millions of people are trapped in this condition. Donor funding has recently enabled both sisters to finally go for this operation. This essay is an attempt to tell the story of their lives before surgery, during the operation to regain their sight and after as they begin to discover light.
© Brent Stirton, South Africa, Shortlist, Contemporary Issues, Professional Category

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I Made This Ninja High School Lamp

I make things. This is a practice that I have maintained over the past few years. I like the idea of being a maker--a person who learns new skills by creating objects. In the past, I have made a deacon's bench for my children, a bookcase, a small cabinet with drawers and doors that replaced an old end table, and a hanging My Little Pony cupboard. Each project concept intentionally required that I learn new skills. As a result, I've become a reasonably good carpenter.


(Asrial, Ichi, and Jeremy from Ninja High School by Ben Dunn)

In the past 2 years, I have also deliberately embraced and nourished my own geeky interests, recovering so many of the joys of my lost youth. Among them is collecting and reading the entire run of my favorite comic book franchise, Ninja High School.

This project was my most daunting yet. Since each one of my projects must be functional in some way, I decided to build a lamp. This required that I learn electrical wiring, which I found confusing and non-intuitive. Thankfully, my father, who is brilliant in all things technical, very patiently taught me the rudiments of electrical wiring.

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5 Pets Who Helped Solve Their Owners' Murders

Forensic science has come a long way in solving crimes, although murder remains unusually difficult do to the lack of cooperation from the victims. Investigators have to keep an open mind in order to find clues wherever they may be, including evidence from the deceased’s pets. In one particular case, that meant the victim’s cockatoo.

Texas native Kevin Butler was such a fan of NBA great Larry Bird that he ignored the potential redundancy and named his pet cockatoo after him. Friends said Bird was very devoted to Butler, and when Butler’s home was broken into in 2001, Bird tried to fend off his owner's murderers before he was mortally wounded himself. One of them, Daniel Torres, denied involvement until prosecutors presented evidence linking the DNA recovered from Bird’s beak to Torres. He received life in prison. Bird, just 18 inches tall, was heralded as “valiant” during the trial.

There are four other tales of crime-solving pets in this roundup at mental_floss. Not all of them had to die to solve the crime.

(Unrelated image credit: www.viajar24h.com)

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Baby Chameleon Emerging from His Egg

The Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska is now the home of 7 baby Carpet Chameleons who were born between January 12 and February 12. The species is native to Madagascar and is among the smallest chameleon species in the world. At this stage, they're really small. Each baby weighs about as much as 4 toothpicks!

You can see more photos at Zooborns.


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Toddler Does Tahitian Dance

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This little girl is not yet two years old, but she’s learning the basics of Tahitian dance from Tahitoa Productions in Guam. They normally take students starting at age three. In case you are not familiar with Tahitian dance, here’s what a talented adult can do. The little girl above is getting a head start! -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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For 11 Years, This Man Has Photographed Everything His Right Hand Has Touched

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Alberto Frigo (warning: not safe for sanity) documents his life. Specifically, he records images of what is right hand is doing. For 11 years, Frigo has carried a camera. Whenever his right touches something, Frigo photographs it. 

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He has used the resulting collection to build a massive repository of images now on display at the Science Gallery in Dublin, Ireland. The exhibit is named Lifelogging: Do You Count. With magnifying glasses, visitors can see the long history of Frigo's right hand.

How do people respond to his practice? Frigo responds:

I generally try not to speak too much about it and first let them talk about their lives. Obviously, once somebody gets to know me, he or she will become curious about all my procedures, but in the long run I think the general feeling is that my lifelogging practice is rather unobtrusive.

He hopes to continue the practice until he's ready to retire in 2040. With an average of 76 photos a day, that's about 970,900 more pictures.

-via Flowing Data


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The Six Coworkers You'll Have at Your Job

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When there’s a list of the types of people at your workplace, you have to wonder which one you are. I’ve encountered every one of these at one time or another, but not usually all at the same place. That’s because I’ve never worked in an office environment with a lot of people in it. Right now I work with a bunch of folks who all seem absolutely delightful -but I’ve never met any of them! -via Tastefully Offensive


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