What is “the root of all evil?” This: What is pleasurable is habit-forming. If you remember anything from this conversation it's that pleasure is the root cause of mankind’s war on fun.
Yeah, you know you’ll need one for that DUI arrest and your divorce. But you may not be thinking about lawyers the way you should. Here’s a grown-up’s guide to legal help.
If you prefer the taste of burger over lighter fluid in your mouth when you eat, and would rather not eat to the smell of your own singed hair, then consider PM's four favorite ways to light your fire; with a tip of the fireproof glove to Elon Musk and Hitachi Magic Wand.
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.
Lori Loughlin — aka Aunt Becky — pulled some strings and paid some money to get her kid into USC. Why'd she do it? Because she could. So now the rest of us should ask ourselves, "If I had the same money and connections, would I do the same thing?"
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.
They call it "Dirty Bread." Nope, it's not a slice of Wonder Bread in the hands of a drunk juggler. It's a Hungarian peasant food that features a hunk of smoked pork fat skewered on a stick and melted over an open fire! Mmm! Think s'mores for men.