I never knew how much of a role muscle memory had in my personal sanity until they installed one door in the office that opened in the opposite direction of all the rest.  I have absolutely no idea why but now the act of leaving or entering a room leaves me gibbering and drooling on the floor, locked in a fetal position questioning whether my perceived reality really exists or if I’m just the figment of some dark twisted otherworldly being’s imagination.  I’m taking up permanent residence at my desk.  Please forward all my mail.

I never knew how much of a role muscle memory had in my personal sanity until they installed one door in the office that opened in the opposite direction of all the rest.  I have absolutely no idea why but now the act of leaving or entering a room leaves me gibbering and drooling on the floor, locked in a fetal position questioning whether my perceived reality really exists or if I’m just the figment of some dark twisted otherworldly being’s imagination.  

I’m taking up permanent residence at my desk.  Please forward all my mail.

Brainstorming With Bill

  • nick: did the washington post really reblog you?
  • bill: they're a saucy bunch and they do that kind of stuff
  • nick: I'm working on a project that when you open the app it has the letter H and I in black text in the middle of a white screen.
  • nick: It totally integrates with facebook and twitter.
  • bill: the Hi app
  • nick: gonna be huuuuuuuuuuuuuge
  • nick: tag line: "Sometimes people just want to get Hi."
  • nick: $9.99
  • bill: no you have to go the whatsapp route
  • bill: free for a year, 9.99 after
  • nick: with in app purchases to upgrade the font size
  • nick: Fucking forbes is going to be all about this shit.
  • bill: i've thought about a digital pet app that's free, and the digital pet food is 99c or it dies a cruel, painstakingly graphic death
  • nick: You can like...grind for the food or just buy it.
  • bill: no! no grinding
  • bill: only in app purchase
  • nick: $$$