Even if your dad only tells three jokes, you should laugh at them.
Want an education? This guy is giving lessons on a teacher’s worth.
Comedians spend years honing their stage persona, but when all-star comic Anthony Griffith tells the story of his life as a comedian and as a father, not even he can keep it together. To be honest, I couldn’t either when I watched this video. It’s so important to remember that the people we idolize aren’t the two-dimensional, easily digestible caricatures that we see of them in the media. I’ve seen some breakdowns before, and this was the first one that felt real.
At 0:56, he receives a phone call that will change his life forever.
At 3:04, he starts to tear up.
At 4:41, he describes the most bleak situation I’ve ever heard.
At 6:26, the doctors drops a serious bomb.
At 7:31, Griffith has his ‘Denzel Washington from Training Day’ moment.
At 8:33, the real truth comes out.
Why do so many good people do not so good things? Dan Ariely and his intriguing accent explain.
If ghost Teddy Roosevelt ever tries to shake your hand, do it. Do it immediately.
Mark Meckler (co-founder, Tea Party Patriots) and Joan Blades (co-founder, MoveOn.org) come from opposite ends of the political spectrum and should be mortal enemies if the current level of political discourse in Washington D.C. is anything to go by. Instead, they found a way to calmly share their beliefs and discovered that while “right” and “left” obviously don’t agree on everything, they share a lot more common ground than anyone thought.
Are you a “thought leader” or a “do leader”? What about your co-workers and friends? The folks at Mindjet and Jess3 made this awesome image so you can find out how you see yourself and how others think of you.
Tag yourself and your friends with this graphic & share the challenges you face managing these personality types. You can also see how industry leaders deal with similar traits.
Dear compassionate users of the Internets,
There’s a big fat Facebook fib flying around online that you should really know about. If you ever see a post featuring a little girl with Down syndrome appealing to be Liked, ignore it! The photograph was stolen from her family’s website by a cyber impersonator and is being posted all over the Internet to entice you to leave your Facebook address.
What’s inspiring about this story, though, is that millions of people Liked the little girl and wrote some wonderful comments about her, not realizing that they were being duped. Check out one of the many versions of the fake posting below. It’s the Facebook scam that backfired in a great way.
I’m gonna trade you ALL of the official Nelson Mandela tributes for this one performance by 11-year-old Botlhale Boikanyo. The mini-poet blew away the judges of “SA’s Got Talent” over a year before Mandela died. Her delightful poem is way too good to stay hidden on the Internet, so press play and if you like it, share it.
A nation of children worrying about how they’re going to help support their families has got to be a red flag. The American middle class is on the precipice of a pretty brutal reality.