From Tom’s Blog
Whether it’s been months or years, people in sexless marriages go online to commiserate — and plot their escape. (Are you sure you want to get married?)
Glencore chairman Simon Murray in the London Sunday Telegraph:
Women are quite as intelligent as men. They have a tendency not to be so involved quite often and they’re not so ambitious in business as men because they’ve got better things to do. Quite often they like bringing up their children and all sorts of other things.
Thanks to Twitter follower @RamonThomas.
”When I was at school and wasn’t having a great time or when music wasn’t going very well, I would eat… eating would make me feel better, when I felt lonely I would eat. If someone calls me a ‘faggot’ it’s like, ‘I am gay and I’m proud to be gay’, so there’s no issues. But if someone calls you fat, that’s something I want to change. That’s something I can change so that affects me more,” Sam Smith said.
The Oregon Environmental Quality Commission recently approved the use of recycled sewage water to brew beer…
Twitter is well aware that it’s a breeding ground for online harassment and has done a terrible job stopping it, and now, the company has announced three tactics to better combat tweeting trolls.
The problem begins with child support orders that, at the outset, can exceed parents’ ability to pay. When parents fall short, the authorities escalate collection efforts, withholding up to 65 percent of a paycheck, seizing bank deposits and tax refunds, suspending driver’s licenses and professional licenses, and then imposing jail time.