Just under 66 percent of the class of 2013 was enrolled in college last fall, the lowest share of new graduates since 2006 and the third decline in the past four years, according to data released Tuesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Among all 16- to 24-year-olds, school enrollment experienced its biggest decline in at least two decades. The report echoes other recent evidence that college enrollment has begun to ebb after surging during the recession.
The Vatican library is digitizing its archives. So the next Dan Brown novel will just be Robert Langdon alone with an iPad.
I have trouble with pain pics and gifs. Last year during the NCAA March Madness some guy’s leg was snapped in half or what not and people found it okay to post gifs of this on the internet, without warning. I cannot handle these things. It will make me sick and cause me trouble for most of the day and even keep me up at night.
I grew up on a farm, shit like that could happen at any time, I’ve had shocking injuries on a minor scale, and the trauma doesn’t need to be relived on peoples’ whim to post gifs and images. Just make a note and drop a space, whatever. Even for something like “omg look I jabbed myself with a fishhook!”
I don’t need the fist clenching, swirling stomach, or sweats.
Thank you, April showers, for bringing May flowers. But more importantly, for washing away all of March’s bull shit.