When all the blue baloons end up obove your head. When you only dream about a girl in your bed. When all the laughter against you come around. When all the souls of the ancient losers haunt you to join them. This means things are complicated sometimes.
For new smokers, lighting a cigar can seem as daunting as learning to choose a good single. Here are four tips to guide you in lighting a cigar for the first time. 1. Use cedar matches, if possible. If you prefer to use a lighter, make sure it's butane lighter to avoid strong odors. 2. … Continue reading 4 Tips for Lighting a Cigar
Typewrite away: Student sets up typewriter for UGA students to express thoughts Notes from students "Don’t let everything stress you out so much" "Be comfortable with being uncomfortable" "What is the balance between working too hard to enjoy life and enjoying too much to succeed?" "Love everyone, always" "Go dawgs!" Most days, the University of … Continue reading Typewrite away: Student sets up typewriter for UGA students to express thoughts
A popular event dedicated to diversity and culture returns to the Fox Valley for its seventh year. Elgin’s annual International Festival will be held from 1:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at the Edward Schock Centre of Elgin, 100 Symphony Way, and other nearby locations. A collaboration between the city of Elgin and community … Continue reading Elgin’s iFest returns May 4 to celebrate the community’s culture and diversity with food, dance, shopping and more
Why Workers Are Finally Burning Out China’s tech sector, already shivering through a capital winter, could be entering a new winter of discontent, as tech developers protest long working hours. Last month on GitHub, the Microsoft-owned forum where tech developers share software codes, a post from an anonymous Chinese user garnered attention beyond the site’s … Continue reading China’s ‘996’ Overwork Culture Fueled Its Tech Engine.