Also about success and work+66One law may work great in one country, but that is not enough to actually implement it in another country. Each place has its own mentality, culture, etc. so the law's success and implementation would be different as well. Amirite?
Also about work and harder+146School: As the work gets harder, the desks get smaller, amirite?
Also about Philosophy+102Reality TV is wasting your life by watching other people do stuff with theirs, amirite?
Also about work and harder+379It's annoying when people say that rich people are rich because they worked harder. There are plenty of middle and lower class people who work just as hard, if not harder, and just aren't as fortunate, amirite?
Also by cocaine_samurai+9One of the great things about life is that it can never be destroyed. You can destroy a shape in which life takes, but you can never destroy life itself. Life always goes on, even in the greatest of tragedies the sun will still rise and the birds will still fly, and when we stop to mourn, we are only hurting ourselves. There is a time for mourning, yes but that time is short and fleeting, and soon we must carry on with our lives. No matter how bad things become, always remember: Life goes on. amirite?
Also about work+88Listening for work sounds lazier than looking for work. amirite?
Also about work+246The internet went down for three hours this morning, plunging the nation into productivity. The outrage, which caused major work startages from New York to California, prevented an estimated 120 million American employees from messing around on the web at work. amirite?
Also by cocaine_samurai-2Consider this: If god is all powerful, he could create a rock that he can not lift. If he cannot lift this rock, then he is not all powerful. amirite?
Also about success and work+59It is far too easy to attribute the success of others to natural talent. However, natural talent becomes less of a factor the more a craft is practiced, meaning in extremely successful athletes, musicians, and other folks of talent, their skill is founded far more greatly on practice than on talent. With hard work, therefore, one can likely overtake any human quantity of talent, amirite?