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Cosmopolitan. Love and Your Sweetheart. Artist captures pure joy by combining 'Calvin and Hobbes' with 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Whatever childhood pleasures you got out of the return of Star Wars will surely be doubled when you see one artist’s work combining “The Force Awakens” with classic comic characters “Calvin and Hobbes.”

Artist captures pure joy by combining 'Calvin and Hobbes' with 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Brian Kesinger is a story artist for Disney Animation Studios and an artist for Marvel Comics. And he states, most importantly, in his Twitter bio, that he’s a “geek.” Kesinger told Buzzfeed that he got the idea for the mashups when he saw the scene in “The Force Awakens” where Rey rides a sled down a giant sand dune on Jakku. He said an image of the famed strip featuring a young boy and his sidekick stuffed tiger “flashed in his head.” Kesinger told Buzzfeed that “Calvin and Hobbes” creator Bill Watterson was one of his biggest artistic influences.

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10 classic Indianisms: 'Doing the needful' and more

Not humans. Indians, I mean. No other race speaks or spells like we do. Take greetings for example. A friendly clerk asking me for my name is apt to start a conversation with, “What is your good name?” I call these Indianisms. Which got me thinking about a compilation, a greatest hits of the most hilarious Indianisms out there. 1. When you complete your studies at an educational institution, you graduate from that institution. You do not "pass out" from that institution. To "pass out" refers to losing consciousness, like after you get too drunk, though I’m not sure how we managed to connect graduating and intoxication. Oh wait … of course, poor grades throughout the year could lead to a sudden elation on hearing you’ve passed all of your exams, which could lead to you actually "passing out," but this is rare at best. 2.

One common mistake we make is using the word revert to mean reply or respond. Revert means "to return to a former state. " 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Verge. How to Drive Your Team Crazy With Your Next Brainstorming Session. How many times have you suffered through a brainstorming session that caused your eyes to roll?

How to Drive Your Team Crazy With Your Next Brainstorming Session

When the team is supposedly brainstorming but you desperately want to get out your phone or get back to your desk to do some real work, you know something has gone awry. Having participated in and facilitated hundreds of brainstorming sessions-some of which created groundbreaking innovation and others that caused unanimous eye rolling- I wanted to share my lessons learned so you can reduce the suffering for your employees. 8 Ways to Brainstorm Your Team to Insanity If you want to drive your team out of their minds, then here's the way to do it: 1. Brainstorming sessions should never be a test or a devious way to get your team in agreement with the new idea that you deeply believe in.

Suggestion: Don't fake it. 2. You may be able to switch quickly from one topic to the next, but not everyone is wired like you. Suggestion: Give your team the gift of thinking time. 3.