Friday, March 23, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
You know the story. It’s happened to all of us at least once. You go to a bar or a restaurant and while waiting for your food you notice the table next to you left an untouched plate of fries, half a sushi roll, half a sandwich or even some wine.
|You gonna eat that bro?|
You want this half of sandwich. You can’t take your mind off of it and you know the waiter is coming any second to take it and probably just throw it away. What is holding you from taking it? Do you worry about what people think? If you were alone would you take it? what is the big deal really? Is there suddenly too much food in the world that we just throw food away now? We know for a fact it is becoming harder for us to feed ourselves and that a big portion of the world lives in relative hunger so why is it so socially frowned upon to take food left by other people?
Posted by The Regular Joe at 7:22 AM
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
I was always into astronomy and astrophysics. If I was a bit smarter I might have pursued a career in the field.
You don't need to be a scientist to enjoy this short film. It is telling, most likely, about the most astounding fact.
This feeling you have burning inside your body was actually born in the burning inside of a star. That is astounding
Plus, if you master this pitch you can totally get girls with it.
Posted by The Regular Joe at 5:49 PM