Red cups and sweaty bodies everywhere We Can't Stop by Miley Cyrus

Red Solo Cups are the most memetic party cup. Toby Keith even wrote a song about them.

Red cups and sweaty bodies also set up a different image than in Party in the USA. It’s no Disney song. There’s sweaty bodies, and it’s likely there’s alcohol in those cups.

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Enormity End of A Chapter (Heroku Resignation) by Adam Wiggins

A usage stickler would probably object that enormity means “great wickedness” and that Adam actually means enormousness, but the context makes the intended meaning clear and whatever – language evolves!

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Wants to hear all about camp Departure by MetaWorldPeace 2

A bomb preference on Lemon’s part — it is a great story!

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__________________ Ɠҽղìմʂ 1:xìѵ (Certified Version) by _ƨҟ↻འġ™ (score) 5

Spaces in the original became underscores on Rap Genius since it’s so hard to add spaces to lyric pages

QUESTION: Did ʂҟ.⊼འᎮ™ (sc田re) use underscores to call attention to this fact? Or does he not know how to add spaces?!

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Bob Noyce Commencement Address at Stanford University by Steve Jobs 5

Robert Norton Noyce (December 12, 1927 – June 3, 1990), nicknamed “the Mayor of Silicon Valley”, co-founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957 and Intel Corporation in 1968. He is also credited (along with Jack Kilby) with the invention of the integrated circuit (aka the microchip) which fueled the personal computer revolution and gave Silicon Valley its name

Tom Wolfe wrote a great essay about him called The Tinkerings of Robert Noyce: How the Sun Rose on the Silicon Valley

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Mighty Be Our Powers Introduction (Lean In) by Sheryl Sandberg 23

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Toppled Liberia’s dictator Introduction (Lean In) by Sheryl Sandberg 23

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The proverbial glass ceiling had been cracked in almost every industry, and I believed that it was just a matter of time until my generation took our fair share of the leadership roles Introduction (Lean In) by Sheryl Sandberg 23

David Cotter, who invented the metaphor, defined the 4 major properties of “glass ceilings”:

  1. A gender or racial difference that is not explained by other job-relevant characteristics of the employee.
  2. A gender or racial difference that is greater at higher levels of an outcome than at lower levels of an outcome.
  3. A gender or racial inequality in the chances of advancement into higher levels, not merely the proportions of each gender or race currently at those higher levels.
  4. A gender or racial inequality that increases over the course of a career.

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