Not having an iPhone can be social suicide, notes Casey. One of her friends found herself effectively exiled from their circle for six months because her parents dawdled in upgrading her to an iPhone. Without it, she had no access to the iMessage group chat, where it seemed all their shared plans were being made.
“She wasn’t in the group chat, so we stopped being friends with her,” Casey says. “Not because we didn’t like her, but we just weren’t in contact with her.”
26, but close enough, Chandler.
“Turns out there’s a reason, and that reason has a name. It’s called ‘the sunk cost fallacy.’”
Yup. Here we go…
This (and the Peggy/Stan scenes) was the only good thing about Mad Men tonight.
Butler has uploaded a video of my commencement address …
“You have probably figured out by now that education is not really about grades or getting a job; it’s primarily about becoming a more aware and engaged observer of the universe. If that ends with college, you’re rather wasting your one and only known chance at consciousness.”
Mayor Emanuel wants to spend $110 million on renovating Navy Pier. We just want to know what’s up with these people from the renderings.
Nice legs, juggler.