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It’s time to wake up

In the movie Inception, Leonardo DiCaprio plays a professional thief named Dominick Cobb who infiltrates dreams and steals information. There’s a scene in a Parisian restaurant where he’s chatting with Ariadne, an architecture student he’s recruiting to help him.

Cobb says, “Dreams, they feel real while we’re in them, right? It’s only when we wake up we realize something was actually strange.”

Why it pays to break the rules

If my calculations are correct, when the car hits 88 miles an hour, you’re gonna see some serious shit.

This, of course, is one of the many memorable one-liners from Back to the Future, one of my all-time favorite movies (One of our dogs is named Einstein, inspired by Doc Brown’s dog in the movie).

Why perfect is an illusion

I can’t say exactly when my love affair with Bon Jovi began.

When I was growing up, some mysterious force led me to spend my allowance on a cassette tape of Slippery When Wet—the 1986 album that features many of Bon Jovi’s best-known songs. Since then, “Livin’ on a Prayer” has played at every happy moment of my life.

I can’t do it.

There are three stages to change.

I used to think that I needed a few hours to write a blog post. One day, I decided to limit myself to just one hour. I finished the post in time. Now, an hour is all I need.

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