So how do you teach your kid, if not to fear death, then at least to respect it?
We agree with Quentin Tarantino, the guy who brought us "Kill Bill" and "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction," when he described "Easy Rider" as the movie that "...might be the single greatest example of '60s cinema in almost every way."
What do you do when a super-credentialed research scientist writes a positive book on the pursuit of pleasure? You buy it, hold its words deep in your brain—then exhale. And if you like it, you tell your friends. Dr. Hart is an guide to pursuit of functional pleasure.
We’re big fans of HP’s Instant Ink program: you pay for ink by the page you print, instead of paying by the cartridge. This HP ink comes in a “smart cartridge,” so HP knows when you’re low on ink. They automatically send you a new cartridge for free—it’s hard to beat that.
What happens if you compare the quality of strip clubs in different cities to the performance of certain, pro athletes in those cities? In Atlanta Hawks’ Lou Williams’ case, there is a correlation between the two datasets that might affect how you bet on Lou’s next game.