suitsandboots
suitsandboots:

Hey Tumblr people in Chicago and surrounding suburbs, I need your help!
If you see a car like this (‘97-00’ Mercedes C-Class C220, C230 or C280) with a smashed up front right (passenger side) corner with broken headlight glass, please please please grab the license plate number and message me with it! Partial plate or even the location where you saw it would help.
Long story short, someone driving a car like this destroyed my car that was parked on Fullerton in Logan at about 2:45 this morning. They didn’t leave a note but they did leave some broken headlight glass and a portion of a fender liner.

Get on it, Internet Justice League of Chicago. 

suitsandboots:

Hey Tumblr people in Chicago and surrounding suburbs, I need your help!

If you see a car like this (‘97-00’ Mercedes C-Class C220, C230 or C280) with a smashed up front right (passenger side) corner with broken headlight glass, please please please grab the license plate number and message me with it! Partial plate or even the location where you saw it would help.

Long story short, someone driving a car like this destroyed my car that was parked on Fullerton in Logan at about 2:45 this morning. They didn’t leave a note but they did leave some broken headlight glass and a portion of a fender liner.

Get on it, Internet Justice League of Chicago. 

Millennials are far more careful with finances than older generations say

Kids these days, right?

The under-35 “Millennial generation” is “lazy, entitled, selfish and shallow,” according to Time. “They often are unable to think for themselves,” reports slate.com. “They don’t necessarily understand the value of money because many of them have no experience with it, and yet, incredibly dichotomously, they think they deserve to be highly paid,” says Business Insider.

But recent data reveal that, at least when it comes to money, Millennials are far more careful than their “spoiled” reputation would suggest—and that will reshape the economy, for better or worse, experts say.

Read more from our new series, Young Money

Katelyn’s Desk - January 15, 2014

The day is here … it’s Wednesday, and also my last day here at the RedEye office. It has been a wild ride here, but especially being able to run the official Tumblr. Tumblr has been apart of my life for years and I’m glad to see the community is still alive and weird as ever.

If anyone wants to chat, stalk follow each other or whatnot … (yay, social accounts!)

  • Tumblr (many posts on here came from it)
  • Twitter (live tweeting odd things, poking fun at ads, being awkward)
  • Portfolio (hey, I went to art school, too)

Don’t be a stranger, guys!

wreckedonpoptarts

dont-take-it-personally:

thesuperwhovian:

Leonardo DiCaprio tried to make fun of his character with the line “I will just wait here”, when in fact that line wasn’t originally scripted. Everyone started laughing and James Cameron said that the line was “Too funny” to ignore it.

Not funny enough for an oscar.

You’re going to hell for that