Monthly Archives: December 2013

December 23

Utah’s Battle Over Gay Marriage Is Over

December 20, 2013 was an emotional, landmark day for the people of Utah and all over the world. It was announced that Amendment 3 in Utah was overturned and same sex couples were allowed to marry. People rushed downtown to be married, show their love, and show us what courage looks like.

December 22

Amazing Video Shows You What Would Happen If Mario Fought Master Chief, Lara Croft, And An Assassin

Lara Croft, Master Chief, and Assassin Connor set out to steal Mario’s treasured power-ups. Mario shows them the true meaning of power. This video from Corridor Digital shows how Mario would take them out.

December 21

The Price of Freedom

Photographer Molhem Barakat, who freelanced for Reuters covering the civil war in Syria, died on Friday while photographing a battle between rebels and government loyalists over a hospital.

December 20

Dennis Rodman receives chilling open letter from an ex-North Korean prisoner

Originally posted on For The Win:
(USA TODAY Sports) Shin Dong-hyuk is a human rights activist who was born in a North Korean labor camp. Shin escaped, and now writes to Dennis Rodman as the former NBA star visits North Korea and its leader, Kim Jong Un. Shin’s letter provides chilling details about the reality…

December 19

‘A Kiss At The End of the Rainbow’

“A Mighty Wind” is a 2003 American mockumentary comedy-drama film about a folk music reunion concert in which three folk bands must reunite for a television performance for the first time in decades. One of my favorite songs in it is ‘A Kiss At The End of the Rainbow.’ Check out the song and let […]

December 17

The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013

December 16

24 Rules For Being A Human Being In 2014

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
The lovely Chelsea Fagan outlined some rules for ladies and gentlemen to reach their best selves in 2014, and in light of that, I’d like to chime in, to generally blanket over everyone inclusively, as the art of being a good person begins with, first and foremost, recognizing yourself as…