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The Department of Labor requires that internships be educational opportunities. They are given special status for this reason. The unscrupulous have turned it into free labor. There were rumblings about DOL taking action on this, but I haven’t heard anything in awhile. Mind you, I don’t follow these sorts of things. So, technically, you are supposed to be paid in education and experience. Does that happen? I have no idea, honestly.
Easily more than that. I am suspicious of these claims. I think a lot of the context of the comments was lost, though. There are some things in the article that I found way more fascinating, like Ed Droste not knowing why a band gains traction in indie markets anymore than he knows how a band gets on radio, but wanting to be on radio. There were a number of similar sorts snippets of conversation. These are the sorts of things musicians talk about all the time. I’m pretty sure many of these “we’re not rich” comments came up in that context. The writer was somewhat interested in that aspect of the discussion, secondary or blogger press less so, and the public not at all (of course, why would they be?). Then, some of it was clearly whining.
I am listening now and I’m utterly shocked by how good it is.
They’re actually staring at their pedals, yo.
I don’t mind armpit hair one bit. It takes all kinds, rubberjohnny0829.
Double down is black jack, no?
Sometimes you get come back from a jizz fest.
Dude, whatever else you do in life, never see Psychic Ills in real life. I am trying to help you out here, friend. Trust me on this.
I too have a tenner on buying this man a beer.
I know that this song is kind of punk rock and everything, but there is so much love and unity on this blog, I feel like this song is kind of out of place.
This is a really great song.
I have filed this away in my brain under “Give a Shit About, Things About Which I Do Not.”
Zing. I love you!
Okay, buddy, I don’t often make comments like this, as I feel it is wrong to mock retards publicly, but U2 is responsible for some of the greatest albums ever made, a truly original sound that has been widely influential and, concomitant pomposity or not, Bono’s humanitarian efforts are genuine and bring real good to the world. So, as my grandfather said to me when I told him that eating meat was an anthropocentric practice, “Please, get your head out of your ass.” Thank you, your pal, Jason
This is really awesome and thoughtful and thought provoking.
Also, “The vaginal nozzle is longer and thicker and has lateral holes.”
“Douche usually refers to vaginal irrigation, the rinsing of the vagina, but it can also refer to the rinsing of any body cavity. A douche bag is a piece of equipment for douching—a bag for holding the fluid used in douching. To avoid transferring intestinal bacteria into the vagina, the same bag must not be used for an enema and a vaginal douche.”
The nozzle goes on the end of the douche bag.
Hooray for Earth is about two stellar jams short of greatness, but really quite sexcellent (in my ever humble estimation).
I assure you, there are plenty of haters out there.
This comment should not be hidden. It is unintentional comedy gold. Also, all the other comments, which are all exactly the same, just add to it.
Yeah, but you can’t take away the first three. Clarity, in particular, which is an unsung masterpiece.
Steven is perhaps the world’s most effective self-parody.