The implicit message that taking some time to do something different will “hurt” your career is that you only have a job because of inertia. That if you weren’t currently employed, you wouldn’t be able to get a job. I have enough faith in myself to reject the notion that I can only get a job because I have a job.
I’m fascinated by the art sprinkled around downtown Chicago. I know it’s just landscaping fluff, but someone had to conceive, approve, build, and place it. Someone maintains it. A group of people will someday discuss when to replace it, and with what.
I don’t know, this is just cycle of life and city stuff. Sometimes it’s just fun to delight in the details. – View on Path.
Chicago geeks and geeks coming to Chicago. Put this place at the top of your list once it’s open later this summer. The enigmatic ladylauramusic is involved. It’s gonna be something special.
The unposed face is a sight for sore eyes. “People are so on guard and used to being photographed,” he says. “Everybody sets out to look a certain way and it never goes quite how they expect. It’s catching those moments in between that makes for an interesting picture.”
I may be a city boy hell bent on eventually getting rid of our car, but I can appreciate a beautiful machine. – View on Path.
How many bikes are stolen in Chicago every year?
I don’t know.
Nor does the Chicago Police Department. They don’t keep track of individual bike thefts, which are categorized with all other larcenies. Even if they wanted to give you a number, they wouldn’t have one to give.
Talking to individuals who’ve had their bikes stolen, I found one sentiment shared time and time again: “The police won’t do anything.”