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Minted.com CEO Mariam Naficy shares ‘the biggest surprise about entrepreneurship’

At TechCrunch Early Stage, Minted CEO and serial founder Mariam Naficy got into the weeds with us on some of the topics founders don’t often discuss. What’s the difference between expectations and reality when it comes to entrepreneurialism? How do you split responsibilities between co-founders? What’s the key to being great at hiring? We also talked about some of the harder parts of being a leader, including how to handle layoffs and what to do with an employee who likes to rock the boat. Minte...
Tags: Work, Startups, TC, Entrepreneurship, Events, Management, Tech, Humor, Mariam Naficy, Eve, Naficy, Extra Crunch, TechCrunch Early Stage


Stray thoughts from captivity

I guess it’s because I’ve watched too many Westerns, but it weird seeing people with masks wandering through Vegas casinos and no one putting their hands up. Think of how few plastic straws have... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Comic for August 11, 2020

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Beloved Characters Saved By Actor's Behind-The-Scenes Suggestions

By Andrea Meno  Published: August 12th, 2020 
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28 Days

On February 29th, the teacher was explaining to her second grade students the days of the month. She told them that we add the extra day every four years to adjust for the earth's rotation around the sun. She went on to explain that, "some months have 30 days and other months have 31 days." Then she asked "which month has 28 days?" Rachel replied, "They all do!" Received from Steve Sanderson.
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Trying to solve one of the great mysteries of life...

I love this SOOOO much.  Two 17 year-olds trying to figure out how to use a rotary phone.  They have four minutes.  Can they do it?  [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Johnno and Michael Try a Musical

SING YOUR SORROWS AWAY Overly positive people are annoying, especially when you’re in a bad mood. And that’s where Michael is at: he’s in a big ol’ funk and Johnno’s chipper outlook on life is NOT appreciated right now. Could Johnno’s overbearing positivity get any more annoying? We didn’t think think so... until he started singing. Ugh. However, no matter how down-in-the-dumps Michael was determined to be, you can’t fight the magic of a musical, an...
Tags: Humor, Jupiter, Michael, Johnno, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny Or Die, Johnno Wilson, Johnno WilsonMichael StrassnerFunny, Michael Strassner, Eliza Jupiter, Anneliese Van Der Pol @anneliesevanderpol Rob


Congratulations To Maya Rudolph For Securing That Bag

Nothing but respect for MY sketch Vice President So, big news today! After what felt like an eternity (partially because it did take a long time but mostly because everyday in quarantine feels like it’s 60 hours long), former Vice President and man who exudes the exact same kind of energy as Family Guy’s Mayor Adam West, Joe Biden, has made his pick for Vice Presidential nominee. It’s Kamala Harris! While this is supremely exciting for huge reasons like, if elected, she would become the...
Tags: Usa, United States, Humor, Biden, Kamala Harris, HARRIS, Maya Rudolph, Sloane Hughes, Adam West Joe Biden, Kamala Maya, DNC Town Hall 2020 Democratic Debate PBS


Be Authentic (with Dr. Yaba Blay) – Episode 44 of Rants & Randomness

My people! Welcome to this episode of Rants & Randomness. So, I’ve done a few Chat and Chills, where I put on my robe and do a gathering with the dope people of LuvvNation on Friday nights. I have guests on who join me, and we have conversations that are so good! We talk about self-care, play games, we build skin care routines, we just have great conversations. This episode is one of those amazing conversations. Today, I’m bringing you my chat with Dr. Yaba Blay. If you don’t know her, you ...
Tags: Podcast, Humor, Yaba Blay, Chicago Recording Company, Dr Yaba Blay, Locs of Love PrettyPeriod, Instagram Dr Yaba Blay


Comic for August 10, 2020

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Aside From Scoring Political Points, It Sure Feels Like Trump's Unemployment Order Does Nothing

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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5 Movies That Did Crazy Stuff In The Name Of Realism

By Eirik Gumeny  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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Cannibal Canoe

A Frenchman, an Englishman, and a New Yorker are captured by cannibals. The chief cannibal comes to them and says, "The bad news is that now that we've caught you, we're going to kill you, put you in a pot, cook you, eat you, and then use your skins to build a canoe. The good news is that you get to choose how you die." The Frenchman says, "I take zee sword." The chief gives him a sword, he says, "Vive la France!" and runs himself through. The Englishman says, "Right--a pistol for me, please." T...
Tags: France, Humor, God, New Yorker, Vive, Gim


5 Movies That Did Crazy Stuff Did In The Name Of Realism

By Eirik Gumeny  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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America Isn't Ready For A Eurovision-Style Contest

By Cedric Voets  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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DC's Layoffs Are A Dumb Business Decision

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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Thousands Of Maskless Motorcyclists Risk Their Health For ... Smash Mouth?

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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Robot Trucks Will Soon Screw Up The U.S.A. (And Nobody's Talking About It)

By William Kuechenberg  Published: August 11th, 2020 
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People Are Petitioning For Eric Andre To Host ‘Ellen’, As Is Right And Just

Courtesy of Change.org It seems we are on the cusp of a new era Considering everything that’s going on right now, like the Trump administration doing everything possible to gut the United States Postal service and with it, the very fabric of democracy in this country, the ever-growing number of COVID-19 hotspots spreading across America due to the reopening of schools against the recommendations of like, every expert we should be listening to, and fun stuff like the giant friggin’ volcan...
Tags: Indonesia, America, United States, Humor, Hannibal Buress, Ellen, Eric Andre, James Corden, Ellen Degeneres, Trump, Arthur, Sloane Hughes, Eric Andre To Host ` Ellen, Eric Andre Get Eric Andre, Gabe Gurwin


I'm looking over a Boom Shadow...

Here’s a FQ that became an EP (entire post). cd1515 asks: You said this about retakes: “The director needs additional coverage, new lines are inserted, actors slip up, there’s a boom shadow, a... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Comic for August 09, 2020

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Most Expensive Mask In The World Is Also The Dumbest

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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Why Christmas 2020 Could Be An All-Time Nightmare

By David Wong  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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Who's The Most Tragic Character In 'The Umbrella Academy?'

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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'X-Men The Animated Series' Was Great, But Do We Need A Reboot?

By Dan Duddy  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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Goodbye American TikTok, We Hardly Knew Ye

By Cedric Voets  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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Reminder: Angels In The Bible Were Mind-Melting Horror Beasts

By Alex Hanton  Published: August 10th, 2020 
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Art Gift

During Christmas time I was shopping in an arts and crafts store, where a friend of mine worked, for a gift for my niece. She had taken an interest in oil painting and I planned to purchase a beginner set of paints and brushes. My friend was at the cash register when I was checking out. I hadn't seen her for a few weeks and had started a diet in the meantime, having moderate success. She asked me if I had gotten thinner. I was thrilled that it showed already and replied that I had lost a few pou...
Tags: Humor, Teri Grottke


Uncle Scrooge #126 - Carl Barks cover reprint & reprint

Uncle Scrooge #126 (Walt Disney's) Uncle Scrooge v1 #126, 1976 - Featuring work by Carl Barks, this issue contains material from earlier in the series. "The Cattle King" was first published in Uncle Scrooge #69. Other artists in this Gold Key bronze age humor comic include Tony Strobl. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Barks / Uncle Scrooge ebay  >this issue >Barks >Uncle Scrooge [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Humor, Walt Disney, 1970s, Ted Ignacio, Barks, Carl Barks, Uncle Scrooge, Tony Strobl Home Barks Uncle Scrooge, Gold Key, Cattle King


Comic for August 08, 2020

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