“I thought he was donating it to charity,” she said, and Logan launched into a detailed explanation of what Mark Zuckerberg had done with his $45 billion, and why it was all designed to benefit him in the end.
“Do you like what you are doing?” Lane never completely trusted her mother; it was often hard to tell where her love for Lane turned into her expectations for her. The question felt like a trap.
“The most important thing,” Taylor said, “is that everyone should know that Thanksgiving dinner is free.”
One of the students asked him how much he got paid, and Kirk said “It isn’t about how much you get paid. It’s how much value you have to offer. A good idea, combined with good execution, is much more valuable than any single payment.”
“Okay,” April said. “The odds of me rolling a nat 20 on college debt are pretty small, and I should assume I have $35K in debt coming out. Minimum.”
After Dave sees the Facebook status update—”Dear friends and family, I wanted to let you know that Zack Van Gerbig and I have separated”—the messages start coming more frequently.
“Can I see how many, uh, hearts you got on your Tumbles?” T.J. asked his daughter.
His idea was pretty simple: An Ivy League-educated Millennial tries to make it as a journalist, then finds herself boomeranging back to her mother’s small-town home. There’d be a third generation, too; a newly widowed grandmother.
Paris and Doyle decided to get married after their 2010 Relationship Performance Review, when they compared notes and found that they had both moved “marriage” from their five-year plan to their two-year plan.
For 51 weeks out of the year Lindsay Lister can forget that she was ever Lindsay Forester.