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Club, Ron Swanson, and Shit: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently." laughoutloud-club: Wait A Second, Just Think About It
Clock, Countdown, and Future: spOtlessmiind tiptreecrossing ngmyWayevery vickified: If a clock could count down to the moment you meet your soul mate, would you want to know? lol yes, so then i can shave. One minute, 37 seconds My legs are shaking. Holy cow, there is no way I can do One minute, 29 secods. I glance around at the faces surrounding the room. Of this. None. course my Meeting would take place in the gross, overcrowded cafeteria. One minute, six seconds Somewhere within these four walls, someone has the exact same countdown on their wrist. They're going through the exact same pressure as me 54 seconds. Mom said I should be excited, not nervous. Yet I still find myself wiping my sweaty palms on my dress. I can't believe she talked me into wearing a dress. I mean, shouldn't my Soul Mate meet me as I normally am? All plain jeans, blah shirts, and wild brown curls? 30 seconds Something deep within me tells me to stand up. I do drawing the attention of my tablemates. They all know too They smile encouragingly up at me. I chew my lip nervously. 25 seconds That same feeling pulls me towards the center of the room. My stomach drops away from me as I take a step in that direction. 20 seconds I continue in that direction. With each step the tempo of my heart picks up. 19. Faster 18. Quicker 17. More rapid. 16. It's racing. Oh my god this is it. The moment my life changes forever My eyes search frantically around the cafeteria, searching for someone who looks as nervous as me. For someone who's heading towards their future with no sense of direction like me. 10 seconds The feeling directs me slightly to the left. I turn to accomodate 5. My heart has given up entirely 4. I stop walking 3. Just waiting left. 2. Everything is about to change. 1. Deep breath. 0000 d 00 h 00 m 00 s Count down

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Books, Charlie, and Family: What are Fred and I, next-door neighbours? meet-the-girl-who-can: thekayabookworm: justcuzfandoms: marciellesmusings: lufttsu: Quotes from the Harry Potter Books [28/50] Can you imagine what it must have been like growing up for George and Fred. Notice how I said George and Fred because we always call them ‘Fred and George’ as if they were one person - just like their mum. Their own family couldn’t tell them apart. They didn’t have perfect grades like Percy. They weren’t as cool as Bill or Charlie. They weren’t the youngest male like Ron and they obviously weren’t female like Ginny. So they created a niche for themselves - The Pranksters. Because if people weren’t even going to bother to tell them apart then they were going to make people pay attention by pranking people and acting out. Then some scruffy looking boy in their younger brother’s year (ickle Harrikins) can tell them apart. There’s a reason George Weasley and Fred Weasley never pranked Harry Potter - because he’s the only one that bothered to try. I SWEAR I WILL REBLOG THIS EVERY TIME BECAUSE OF THE TEARS WELLING UP IN MY SOUL I like to thing that George and Fred thought of Harry as their little brother too way before Harry had any romantic interest in Ginny. Harry was also the one who invested in their niche fully, rather than being annoyed by it, he celebrated them for it.  That’s why they gave him the Marauders Map and then he gave them the Triwizard gold: ‘ ‘Take it,’ he said, and he thrust the sack into George’s hands.‘What?’ said Fred, looking flabbergasted.‘Take it,’ Harry repeated firmly. ‘I don’t want it.’‘You’re mental,’ said George, trying to push it back at Harry.No, I’m not,’ said Harry. 'You take it, and get inventing. It’s for the joke-shop.’'He is mental,’ Fred said, in an almost awed voice.…'Harry – thanks,’ George muttered, while Fred nodded fervently at his side’ It’s why they agreed to his request Ron get some new dress robes out of it. They’re clever not just funny ‘they always get really good marks’ but as OP says they’re not as good as Percy, Bill or Charlie. They helped Ron get him out of the Dursleys: 'But you can’t magic me out either –’'We don’t need to,’ said Ron, jerking his head towards the front seats and grinning. 'You forget who I’ve got with me.’ They get him into Hogsmede , they (unknowingly) helped the trio break into Umbridge’s ministry office. They liked Harry for himself  ‘This is all your fault,’ George said angrily to Wood. ’“Get the Snitch or die trying” – what a stupid thing to tell him!'’ And cheered him up when things went wrong, such as Harry being accused of being the Heir of Slytherin ‘They went out of their way to march ahead of Harry down the corridors, shouting, 'Make way for the heir of Slytherin, seriously evil wizard coming through …’Percy was deeply disapproving of this behaviour.'It is not a laughing matter,’ he said coldly.'Oh, get out of the way, Percy,’ said Fred, 'Harry’s in a hurry.’'Yeah, he’s nipping off to the Chamber of Secrets for a cup of tea with his fanged servant,’ said George, chortling ‘ Or when Ron and Hermione were made Prefects and Harry felt left out: 'Yeah,’ said Fred slowly. 'Yeah, you’ve caused too much trouble, mate. Well, at least one of you’s got their priorities right.’ He strode over to Harry and clapped him on the back while giving Ron a scathing look. They tricked Dudley because they know how crappy Harry’s home is:  'We didn’t give it to him because he was a Muggle!’ said Fred indignantly.'No, we gave it to him because he’s a great bullying git,’ said George And of course: 'Give her hell from us, Peeves.’And Peeves, who Harry had never seen take an order from a student before, swept his belled hat from his head and sprang to a salute as Fred and George wheeled about to tumultuous applause from the students below and sped out of the open front doors into the glorious sunset.  Harry frequently heard students saying things like, 'Honestly, some days I just feel like jumping on my broom and leaving this place,’ or else, 'One more lesson like that and I might just do a Weasley.’ Harry’s relationships with George and Fred are some of my favourites
Community, Fail, and Friends: Mate Beliefs More functional beliefs t do as well as others, 'm not a failure, If I don't do as well as others, I'm a failure. 213 If I d just human. If I ask for help when I need it, I'm sh roblem-solving abilities (which is strength). 2 If I ask for help, it's a sign of weakness. (h sh is a sign of ing good fail at work/school, it's not a reflection of le self. (My whole self includes how at work/school, If I work/sch y whole am as a da and community member, and my qual kindness, sensitivity to others, helpfulne Also, failure is not a permanent condition. I'm a failure as a person 3. If I fail work/school friend, daughter, sister, relative, citizen, ities of ure I shouldn't be able to excel at something unlessl am gifted in that area (and am willing and able to devote considerable time and effort toward it at the expense of other things). 4. Ishould be able to excel at everything I try et I should put in a rea sonable amount of effort hould always work hard and do my best. much of the time. If I do less than my best, I have succeeded perhaps 70%, 80% or 90%; not 0%. 6. I s 6. If I don't live up to rmy potential, I have failed. I don't work hard all the time, ll probably do reasonably well and have a more balanced life. If I don't work h If I don't work hard all the time, I'll fail 7. FIGURE 13.5, Fr kosmonauttihai: rollerskatinglizard: ceekari: stayhungry-stayfree: This is a really helpful page in my CBT textbook for tackling some of the maladaptive beliefs we often hold. The first column lists the rules and assumptions we often may tell ourselves, while the second column is a more functional belief. Just thought I would pass this along. Be kind to yourselves, friends❤ Oh my god, number 5. And 6, and 7. I frigging needed that. Failure is not a permanent condition. The text on the image: Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t do as well as others, I’m a failure.More functional belief: If I don’t do as well as others, I’m not a failure, just human. Maladaptive belief:  If I ask for help, it’s a sign of weakness.More functional belief: If I ask for help when I need it, I’m showing good problem-solving abilities (which is a sign of strength). Maladaptive belief:  If I fail at work/school, I’m a failure as a person.More functional belief: If I fail at work/school, it’s not a reflection of my whole self. (My whole self includes how I am as a friend, daughter, sister, relative, citizen, and community member, and my qualities of kindness, sensitivity to others, helpfulness, etc.) Also, failure is not a permanent condition. Maladaptive belief:  I should be able to excel at everything I try.More functional belief: I shouldn’t be able to excel at something unless I am gifted in that area (and am willing and able to devote considerable time and effort toward it at the expense of other things. Maladaptive belief:  I should always work hard and do my best.More functional belief: I should put in a reasonable amount of effort much of the time. Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t live up to my potential, I have failed.More functional belief: If I do less than my best, I have succeeded perhaps 70%, 80%, or 90%; not 0%. Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll fail.More functional belief: If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll probably do reasonably well and have a more balanced life.

kosmonauttihai: rollerskatinglizard: ceekari: stayhungry-stayfree: This is a really helpful page in my CBT textbook for tackling some of t...

Cars, Facebook, and Police: Police rush in after man heard screaming I'm going to kill you'; discover noise caused by him attacking spider Sydney police say a man was left "quite embarrassed" after several neighbours mistook his efforts to kill a spider for a domestic violence incident. Around 2am on Sunday several police cars rushed to an apartment in the hysterically, a man yelling, "I'm going to kill you, you're dead", and furniture being thrown. A man police described as "out of breath and rather flushed" answered the door and the local area command's Facebook page documented the exchange that followed. "Where's your wife?" an officer asked. "I don't have one," the man replied "Where's your girlfriend?" he pressed. "I don't have one," he said. Police told the man neighbours had heard the screams, the threats to kill, the dull thud of flung furniture. "Come on mate, what have you done to her?" the officer asked. "It was a spider," the man replied sheepishly. "A really big one. "What about the woman screaming?" "Yeah sorry, that was me," he said. "I really, really hate spiders." was down to the man frantically chasing the spider around his apartment with a can of insect spray, police said. They inspected the unit just to be sure, finding nobody injured. "Other than the spider," officers added natitheking20: alsoapun: fadetouched: “What about the woman screaming?” “Yeah sorry, that was me,” he said. “I really, really hate spiders.” @natitheking20 @casualsarcastic @vazisdis @senpai-rekt print this on my grave pls i didnt know im australian

natitheking20: alsoapun: fadetouched: “What about the woman screaming?” “Yeah sorry, that was me,” he said. “I really, really hate spider...