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Christopher Marks


"Say, for example, that your passion is painting. Well, what are you waiting for? Get out there and buy a canvas and some painting supplies! Go sign up for art classes! And when you get so overwhelmed with your job and your personal life that you barely have enough time to see your girlfriend or boyfriend or husband or wife, let alone do anything else, go ahead and skip classes for a few weeks. Then let those paint brushes sit in your room untouched for six months because a major work project came up and you had a bunch of weddings to go to and your kid got sick and money is tighter than you thought it would be and you have to work overtime. And then finally pick those brushes back up again only to realize you’re so rusty that you begin to question whether this was all a giant waste of time, whether you even want to paint anymore, and whether this was just some sort of immature little fantasy you had as a kid and that maybe it’s finally time to grow the fuck up, let painting go, and join the real world because, let’s face it, not everyone gets to live out their dreams."

Find The Thing You're Most Passionate About, Then Do It On Nights And Weekends For The Rest Of Your Life | The Onion

Christopher Marks


9 Photos Proving That, Sadly, Bacon Is Everything | Clickhole

Christopher Marks

Re: Re: Cecil the Lion

Dying Lion Sure Doesn't Feel As Though He's Completing Some Great Cosmic Cycle | The Onion

Christopher Marks

Re: Cecil the Lion

Trophy Hunting | Loading Artist

Christopher Marks

"Your birth dad. Sorry, I should have told you he was coming. That was not cool, I'll admit it."

Who's Going to Be There? | Clickhole

Christopher Marks

"But as wonderful as the initial results are, the concern is that while such programmes initially work when a change acts as a reminder, once people become used to the new order they will stop paying attention to them and continue as before."

In the Behavioural Science language, there is a concern that the proliferation of nudge-based policies hinder its salient nature and cause diminishing returns to its effectiveness. That being said, a number of nudge-based policies have an impressive track record and more research should be done on its long-term effects.

Behavioural Economics: The Limits of Nudging | Economist

Christopher Marks

"Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee. (with a polite smile.)"
"Say a word to me before I've had my coffee, and I swear, I'LL EAT YOUR HEART WHILE IT'S STILL BEATING!"

The 4 Levels of Coffee Addiction | CollegeHumor

Christopher Marks

It's sad how accurate a representation this is. But also very funny.

"I almost gave in and listened to that guy defend Islam with words I didn't want to hear," Gentries said. "But then I remembered how much easier it is to live in a world of black-and-white in which I can assign the label of 'other' to someone and use him as a vessel for all my fears and insecurities."

Man Already Knows Everything He Needs To Know About Muslims | The Onion

Christopher Marks

"So when things get hard, you're just going to walk away? Typical."

6 Broken Chips That Could Still Hold Salsa If You Just Gave Them A Chance | Clickhole

Christopher Marks

So stupid and hilarious. I love Clickhole.

Don't Have Dice? This Handy Dice Simulator Gives You a Number | Clickhole