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Happy Monday

Checking into a hotel is supposed to be a soothing experience. After all, we’re paying a pretty penny (or 25,000) to be away from the stresses of everyday life for night of peace and quiet. Simplicity is the name of the game at a nice hotel.

Check-in and relax (in four hours).

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s “Happy Monday” post, which is a weekly amenity of Jimmy’s Daily Planet. Star Gazer Lounge not included.

Have a Better Week Than Last Week. 

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Happy Non-Discriminatory Identification of a Certain Day In the Middle of the Workweek (Happy Hump Day)

The Huffington Post, in its infinite wisdom —

Sorry, I can’t even finish that sentence without bursting out laughing. Let me try this again.

The Huffington Post, in its infinite absurdity, has introduced a new catchphrase to the world through Millennials. As DJ Khaled would say, it’s a phrase that the world is “catched by.” And that phrase is “woke.” Generally (key word here), woke is “A state of perceived intellectual superiority one gains by reading The Huffington Post” (Urban Dictionary).

During SNL’s 43rd season premiere, the writers took this new catchphrase (and, by association, the Huffington Post) to task through the avenue of fashion.

Joke: The Huffington Post and gender non-identification.

Happy Monday

Larry David.

Alright, after you’re done chuckling to yourself recalling a funny Seinfeld episode featuring Larry David’s old TV-self George Costanza, enjoy the new TV-version of Larry David called…Larry David.

This has me thinking one thing:

How much wood would Jerry Seinfeld chuck if Larry David could not bear to chuck wood?

(Insert Jerry Seinfeld’s famed arm gesture) “Larry!”

Lesson? Be goofy and roll with your absurdity. Why? It’s highly entertaining.

Have a Better Week Than Last Week.

A Star Only Shines After a Trek Through Many Wars

There may not be a more important word in the world of science-fiction than, “star.”

Exhibit A: The eternally epic debate of Star Trek vs. Star Wars.

Why bring this random piece of information up?

Glad you asked. You see, in life, it’s essential that we are overwhelmingly passionate about at least one thing. And the subject matter isn’t the critical part, but just that you care deeply about something. If you’re lucky, this passion will coincide with your job.

Exhibit B: Jordan Schlansky.

(Warning: There is a bleeped 4-letter word at the beginning and end of this video).

Advice: Put your head into the stars and dream big this week…and in life.

Live long and

“Do or do not. There is no try.”
-Yoda

Yeah, I’m a Star Wars fan.