In his most withering criticism, McCain called Obama’s “stubborn refusal to do stupid stuff” a failure of leadership. “If I were President, you can bet your bottom dollar I would have done plenty of stupid stuff by now,” he said.
What happens when Uber’s priorities turn to generating cash rather than spending it? What happens to labor — the Uber drivers — when they have no alternative but Uber? What happens when it rains and the surge-pricing spikes and there’s nowhere else to go? A company with the street-fighting ethos of Uber isn’t going to let drivers unionize, and it certainly isn’t going to pay them more than it is required to by the harsh laws of competition. It will also dump them entirely in a nanosecond when self-driving cars prove that they are cheaper and safer. Making the case that drivers are benefitting from the current recruitment wars starts to look like a pretty short-term play. The more powerful Uber gets, the more leverage it will have over labor.
Uber, comme symbole du capitalisme tout puissant : Why Uber must be stopped - Salon.com

Classssssssse (merci The Drone)

I’ve been in front of really tough crowds, like a whole room full of drunk rowdy men who came to cabaret because they think they’re going to see naked girls. But when they get there, they see bizarre fire acts, and me singing jazz, and a boy doing handstands. Then you have to be able to control that crowd, to hypnotize and captivate them on stage. So I always felt quite calm on stage, because I know that, when I do my own shows, people have actually come to see me.
Déchiration d’affiches de métro

Déchiration d’affiches de métro

humansofnewyork:

"What do you feel most guilty about?""That I live on the West Coast, and my mom lives here on her own. I’m here on business, so I just got to visit her. My friend calls these ‘lightbulb trips.’ When you visit your older parent after not seeing them for awhile, and there’s something simple they need you to do, like a burned out lightbulb that they need you to reach, and you realize that if you hadn’t come, they’d have been sitting in the dark."

humansofnewyork:

"What do you feel most guilty about?"
"That I live on the West Coast, and my mom lives here on her own. I’m here on business, so I just got to visit her. My friend calls these ‘lightbulb trips.’ When you visit your older parent after not seeing them for awhile, and there’s something simple they need you to do, like a burned out lightbulb that they need you to reach, and you realize that if you hadn’t come, they’d have been sitting in the dark."

J.E. Sunde: Easy Kid (par The Homestead Recordings)