(which would be ... chorus-gating?)
(e.g. Meridian: if any humour were intended, it'd be a complete farce, but as it is it's just half-farced.)
Ummmm ... your response seems to confuse "capital costs" with "profit margin". The two are in no way the same.
I can’t work out what significance being a ranked blog has
that WO is the biggest ranker? or just the most rancorous?
I just would not sleep for 2-3 days and then crash for 20 hours straight
Sounds like all of my thesis years.
And also, like my job -- especially, alas, during thesis editing season, which requires many all-nighters -- except that I’m not able to do the “crash” part of the cycle until Thursday night. I’ve settled for “attending Monday meetings in zombie mode” instead.* Not sustainable long-term, but during my infrequent holidays in NZ I do sleep in, or as I call it, “maintain Japan time”.
* To judge from the quality of the meeting decisions, I’m not the only one doing this.
@James – Or the scene in You’ve Got Mail:
Frank Navasky [ to Joe Fox ] : Tell me something: really, how do you sleep at night?
Patricia Eden [ interrupting ] : I use a wonderful over-the-counter drug, Ultradorm. Don’t take the whole thing, just half, and you'll wake up without even the tiniest hangover.
There's still a few days left to listen to last week's episode of The Human Zoo on BBC Radio 4, on the subject of why people get into scandals.
Given that the list also includes
… and, a name not to be attempted while drunk,
Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate
… I suspect Geisel probably knew what he was doing.
Dear gods, tell me that’s not Slater’s next venture.
So he’s doing it for free?
(Or perhaps: So what is he getting out of it?)