There are roughly 50,000 words in today’s Wall Street Journal. None are more amazing than these 96.” - @dkberman
I love how the first paragraph sort of implies that Ellison himself is an athlete trying to “break into” American sport. Then in the second paragraph you realize that no, the story is talking about Larry Ellison, and he’s just another uber-rich dude trying to buy his way into American sport.
I wish I had a chase boat following me around. But picking up cookie crumbs instead of basketballs. They could reform them into whole cookies when there’s enough. Those are like free cookies. Sometimes I think about all the cookies I’ve thought I’ve eaten but haven’t because of crumbs and it blows my mind.