An industry news source described my ambition to provide media and communications advice to clients in the marijuana industry. Sorry, mom.
What I’ve been up to:
I obtained a fellowship with Organizing for Action, the nonprofit community organizing group that advocates in support of the White House’s policy preferences.
So, yay and stuff.
Princeton economist Uwe Reinhardt likens using the U.S. health-care system to shopping in a department store blindfolded and months later being handed a statement that says, “Pay this amount.”
Most attorney-client conversations do not get special protections under American law from N.S.A. eavesdropping.
One: Ghost an op-ed that states Airbnb isn’t much more than lower-risk, sometimes-accidental real-estate speculation in order to make a broader point about the so-called sharing economy.
Two: Have two well-targeted outlets pass on said op-ed. Shrug. It happens.
Three: Read in Slate today: “It didn’t take long for the original hosts of the so-called sharing economy to find themselves competing with enterprising property owners.” Recognize this as the same essential point your piece made and be all like, “what the fuck?”
Four: Groan and wish for a second that you’d decided to work on cars for a living, which was the original plan, instead.
Or for god’s sake look at last year, he came out to a locker room of young SEC players and none of them gave a damn. How much of a distraction was he? Missouri went 12-2 and shocked everyone and Sam was voted MVP. Some distraction.
A vast majority of players won’t give a shit. This worry of poisoning a locker room is a myth. It’s the conservative mind set of the NFL management that is a greater threat. Thank God for Michael Sam, who will soon show how full of shit these anonymous assholes truly are.