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4 years ago I was homeless sleeping in my car, showering at the gym, wondering where my next meal would come from. Today I’m officially a homeowner! https://t.co/GpI18DEzxa
Chris attended Lambda School from a wifi hotspot in the back of a failing mattress store. We call him King Atoki for a reason. Hero. https://t.co/SlQDtOALAv
Fireworks & fireworks shows are banned in Los Angeles County this #July4th. But look at our Burbank camera and our LAX camera looking toward South LA... it's never-ending. @ABC7 https://t.co/v2t4G0aslS
You want to know where the firework shows are here in Burbank - here you go - looks like every block has them https://t.co/QWSnwks3AL
John Ioannidis and Nassim Taleb agreed to have a scientific debate on forecasting for Covid-19: Has forecasting failed? What is the point of forecasting in the first place? Their blog posts will be online in a few days... https://t.co/aDHBnA6HMX @nntaleb @spyrosmakrid #COVID19
The scientific debate with John Ioannidis will be posted this weekend. https://t.co/uwzI6BswJx
TRUE WEALTH Worriless sleeping Clear conscience Reciprocal gratitude Absence of envy Muscle strength Frequent laughs No meals alone No gym classes Good digestive functions No meeting rooms Periodic surprises Foamy coffee Crusty bread Ability to nap Access to a hammock
There is a simple reason why most men never know when to come off the attack: They form no concrete idea of their goal. Once they achieve victory they only hunger for more. To stop — to aim for a goal and then keep to it — nothing is more critical to the maintenance of power.