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November 16, 2013

lonelysandwich says: I made the Coin video, put myself in it, and I have a beard on my face, so eat a shit. I made the Knock video, and a whole lot of other bearded tech videos, too, and what have you ever done with your life? Jack shit, probably, besides scoring an Olive Garden ad for your weblog.

» SFB says: Dude, I was just trying to have a sense of humor about a demo video that was in the midst of going viral—to zig when zagging. (Three million views and counting! I’m just one guy, and I’ve viewed the clip a few times myself!) It’s what I do from time to time. That wasn’t even my best material—I should have saved it for this guy who will do anything to get you to watch his Vines. If I knew that my snarky two-sentence quips about Knock or Coin were going to tick you off, I would have stuck to making jokes about Rob Ford. So, I’m sorry. It wasn’t meant as a personal attack on you or your beard—just an effort to write something about your video that nobody else was writing. — Ernie @ SFB

(Disclosure: I have a beard too—a pretty scraggly one—which is why I have no place to talk.)

UPDATE: As it turns out, Adam says he was trying to make an effort at comedy and it didn’t read like it. Ah well; it happens.

15:26 // 5 months ago
April 23, 2012

The 13 Most Useless College Majors (As Determined By Science)

alittlespace:

newsweek:

1. Fine Arts

2. Drama and Theatre Arts

3. Film, Video, and Photographic Arts

4. Commercial Art and Graphic Design

5. Architecture

6. Philosophy and Religious Studies

7. English Literature and Language

8. Journalism

9. Anthropology and Archeology

10. Hospitality Management

11. Music

12. History

13. Political Science and Government

(Ed: Your primary tumblrs majored in two of these and now work in the field of a third.)

I combined the uselessness of #2 + #9 into something practical.

Raise your hand if you disagree. Money alone doesn’t define the usefulness of these majors, nor should it. And 93 percent of statistics don’t always apply to you.

13:54 // 1 year ago