CK Links--Friday November 4, 2016


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"I hate black pepper. It is a brute-force instrument that makes everything taste the same." (Epicurious, via Steve Tallant)

Forget wine pairings, we've moved on to weed pairings now. (Munchies)

When food advocates seem like elitists. (Jayson Lusk)

A Millennial decides to stop taking pride in not knowing how to do basic stuff. (The Financial Diet, via 50by25)

"Women are taught to follow trends — celebrity, makeup, etc — and those bros I laughed at were taught to follow monetizable trends. This blew my mind." (Medium)

As counterintuitive as it may sound, raising the minimum wage is cruel to low-skilled workers. (Carpe Diem)

Be more like Bill Murray. (Medium)

The Bezos Regret Minimization Framework. Good insights here. (A Wealth of Common Sense)

The best decision I ever made. (Dividend Growth Investor)

It's NaNoWriMo time again! How to plan out your novel in 15-minute sessions. (Jennifer Blanchard)

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