Yo Kass
Yo Kass thanked Didge Doo's answer

I'll take either Genghis Khan or Sun Tzu -- two of the greatest military strategists of all time.

In modern times it'd be hard to go past Moshe Dayan, the one-eyed general who led Israel to victory against overwhelming odds in the Six Day War. Had such a feat occurred in ancient times it would … Read more

Yo Kass
Yo Kass thanked Didge Doo's answer

You could always try something like this:

Dear Peon,
I am writing to bring you some good news and some bad news. The good news is that you will be less bored in the future because you will have less leisure time. The bad news is that you will spend it at work. Commencing immediately, … Read more

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Yo Kass thanked Ray Dart's answer

There's a lot of good stuff out there at the moment, trouble is, there's an awful lot of non-creative garbage too. It's easier to stick with what you know.

I buy a lot of music and end up listening to it once because it really isn't worth putting back into the player.

But hey, everyone has … Read more

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Yo Kass thanked The Z.'s answer

As one gets older, you come to know what you like. These things become comfortable, familiar, and bring on warm memories of good times. You'll come to understand this when you (hopefully) get up in years yourself.