Secret Service: “Dammit, we need to stop playing hide and seek.”
Calvin Coolidge: “You lose.”
Also, apparently as President he often went to dinner parties he hated. Someone finally asked why he went. His reply: “Got to eat somewhere.” Source
Ugh. Kids these days. With their taste in things that’s different than my taste in things was when I was their age due to the ever-evolving media landscape and constantly growing range of options and things that have nothing to do with their intelligence or anything going down hill. Get off my lawn.
Let’s all help college students get knowledge they deserve for free:)
See this is actually a really neat look at how history works.
Who writes the history books?
It’s called, among other things, Victor’s Justice. It happens -all- the fucking time.
Example: American Revolution. Technically, those guys were terrorists, but since they won, they became freedom fighters and revolutionaries. If they hadn’t won, they’d be known as terrorists (or dissenters or whatever word they would be called in the way-back times)
"I found that one quarter pound hamburger requires over 660 gallons of water to produce. Here I’ve been taking these short showers trying to save water, to find out just eating one hamburger is equivalent to showering 2 entire months."
I’m sure clearing the brazilian rainforests for soy (common vegan staple) has had 0 impact on the environment though :/
I apologize if you’re being sarcastic (in which case haha, hilarious, well done) but just so we’re clear:
“About 85 percent of the world’s soybean crop is processed into meal and vegetable oil, and virtually all of that meal is used in animal feed.
Those numbers are directly from the soy industry (http://www.soyatech.com/soy_facts.htm). You can’t call propaganda on that at all. Then you gotta think about the fact that soy is in pretty much everything you eat.
I feel like the soy that’s grown in my home state alone could probably supply all the current direct human consumption of soy.