Here I am reblogging some retweets for the past month that broken down by subject matter. Some of these tweets also cover events that occurred in March 2009. If you like to follow along, befriend me and I’ll be sure to follow back.
- Does two half & half make one full & full?
- If everything tastes like chicken and if chickens go extinct, what would food taste like then?
- Is it #followfriday or #failfriday?
- Do you feel or hear music?
- What would music be like without sounds?
- Why is it that everything is said to taste like chicken or is as easy like riding a bike?
- What is in the phone book that is not online?
- Life is an open book test. Learning how to learn is your most valuable skill in the online world. – @muban
- Are tweets copyrighted by default? – @mcuban
- It is one thing to believe in the dream, it is another thing to be in a dream world. – Gordon Ramsay
- Don’t take it personally, take it seriously. – Gordon Ramsay
- They have a vision statement, they had hallucinations, they had been eating mushrooms. – @spolsky
- Bias is in the eye of the beholder. – @peterrojas
- Holy scriptures where not written to debate but to contemplate.
- I could quote someone else, someone wise that once said something profound, but then I would be missing the point.
- Money and time must be the inverse of each other. When you are young you have time but not money. When old you have money but not time.
- First they want you to color inside the lines, then think outside the box, and finally move in little boxes before they put you in a box.
- When people say ‘I’m just kidding’ the are only half kidding but which half you don’t know!
- Your biggest strength is acknowledging your weaknesses.
- The meek shall inherit the earth and have the last laugh…
- Between any two options, I prefer to find a third! I don’t mind being between a rock and hard place if I have a jack hammer.
- It is always easy to find people you like, the trick is for them to like you back.
- Survey and poll results are not absolute facts.
- Metaphors are building blocks for conversations. They are verbal patterns for banter.
- When insperation hits turn the other cheek.
- People carrying heavy stuff should get the right of way.
- Challenge yourself. You are your biggest competition. If you compete against yourself, you always win.
- Defend your opinions, not with arguments but with actions.
- Often times children rebel against what their parents rebelled against, so kids are counter-revolutionaries.
- Trading stock stories rather than trading stocks themselves.
- Some folks have an imaginary friend or two, I roll with a mob deep imaginary entourage.
- Outside the box, thinking how can I make the box larger.