"Goldman Sachs doesn’t want its employees wasting their time waiting in line at the salad bar in its spotless, futuristic cafeteria, so it charges higher prices between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Diners enjoying treats like bubble tea and desserts from Momofuku outside those hours get a 25% discount."

Goldman Sachs’ gamified cafeteria is an apt metaphor for unintended consequences of financial regulation - Quartz

valdean:

Clever.

(Source: jonathano)

moot:

It’s not exactly one million dollars, but in September 2005 and at the age of 17, I was offered $50,000 for 4chan.

Yesterday 4chan turned ten years old. The company that offered to buy it—a Japanese toy store (of all people)—has ceased to exist, and yet 4chan soldiers on.

My…

Citi Bike BMX (by animalnewyork)

thejogging:

cool ranch, 2012
cool ranch doritos bag + matte black spray paint
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thejogging:

cool ranch, 2012

cool ranch doritos bag + matte black spray paint

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lifestyleoftheunemployed:

Lifestyle of the Unemployed

farmrun:

Wisdom is not easy to come by. Fundamentally self-negating, it is an enigmatic phenomenon, towards whose qualities we all aspire.

George Ziermann is an indescribably wise man, and he would like to sell you his business.

George’s story is riddled with innumerable chapters, having had…

S-Oil Here Balloon (by CheilGlobal)