* Josh Gad (@joshgad): An earthquake in a hurricane. Wild times. ... Anyone spotted four horsemen around L.A.? Asking for a friend.
* Nina Turner (@ninaturner): If the CEO of McDonalds stopped working, the company would still make money. If the cooks stop working, McDonalds wouldn’t make a dime.
Don’t tell me those cooks don’t deserve a living wage.
* Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais): The great thing about reality is it’s still there whether you accept it or not. It’s your right to deny it of course, but you’ll look a bit mental.
Points to ponder
“Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.” – Joan Crawford
An art connoisseur is passing by a little grocery when he notices a kitten on the front step lapping up some milk in a bowl. The cat is mangy with one ear half chewed off and clumps of fur missing. What really catches the collector’s eye is the bowl the kitten is drinking from. It’s a rare antique worth thousands.
He walks in the store and offers $20 for the cat. “He’s not for sale,“ replies the store owner. “That’s ridiculous!” says the collector. “He is one of the ugliest cats I’ve seen. He must be for sale. I’ll give you $100 for him.” The store owner thinks for a second and says, “It’s a deal.”
The connoisseur hands the store owner the money, which he quickly pockets, and as he starts out the store, asks, “For that price I’m sure you won’t mind sending that old bowl with him. He seems so happy drinking from it.”
“No way,” the store owner replies. “That’s my lucky bowl. From that bowl I’ve sold 26 cats this week!”