Be sprightly, for you fall ‘mongst friends.— William Shakespeare (@Wwm_Shakespeare) July 18, 2014
"…my answer is that I oppose any upper limit. None. I am for open borders.
There are no legal limits on the number of people who are allowed to seek residence in Manhattan. And the U.S. is full of people who are poorer than is the typical resident of Manhattan. Yet we don’t witness New York City being deluged to the point of inability to cope with immigrants from poor states such as Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and West Virginia flooding indiscriminately into that city. Why should we expect to see a different outcome when the borders in question happen to be national as opposed to state or local?”
5yo: IT’S NOT FAIR. me: I know. Life isn’t fair. 5yo: UGH. YOU ALWAYS SAY THAT. IT’S WORSE THAN THE YUCKY MEDICINE I WON’T EAT.— Delilah S. Dawson (@DelilahSDawson) July 18, 2014
Bunnies don’t need a reason to hop. Hopping is the reason.— Bunny Buddhism (@bunnybuddhism) July 16, 2014
An Ecosystem for Innovation now in the Midwest! http://bit.ly/1sm3wV4— Pillar Technology (@agilesoftware) July 15, 2014
vogella tutorial: Unit tests with Mockito - Tutorial http://bit.ly/W5JEbp— Lars Vogel (@vogella) July 11, 2014
I just published “How to Remain Agile at a Distance” Feedback is welcome and thanks for reading! http://bit.ly/1nAYgKg— Jim Kirkbride (@jameskbride) July 14, 2014
"A corporation is fictitious, just a convenient shorthand we use for people doing business together. Yes, the corporation has extra rights like limited liability, but that’s also just another way of saying that the state, in order to promote business activity, has given particular people special rights when they do business together, rights that they can exercise by filing a special form and observing particular formalities. People are always front and center."
Beneath Des Moines, thick clotted liquid pours down ice-cold veins. I stir. I hunger.— The Butter Cow (@ButterCowCometh) July 10, 2014