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MY DRUNK KITCHEN: Pumpkin Fritters!  PRACTICE RECKLESS OPTIMISM. http://dftba.com/hannah  What should I cook next week?  Also, here is recipe for Pumpkin Fritters because they are delicious! http://delishhh.com/2011/11/20/pumpkin-fritters/   TUESDAY: Misc! What do you want to see next Tuesday? THURSDAY: New episodes of My Drunk Kitchen!  Love, Hannah  ALL THE THINGS: 2nd channel: http://youtube.com/yourharto twittah: http://twitter.com/harto facebook: http://facebook.com/my.

MY DRUNK KITCHEN: Pumpkin Fritters! PRACTICE RECKLESS OPTIMISM. http://dftba.com/hannah What should I cook next week? Also, here is recipe for Pumpkin Fritters because they are delicious! http://delishhh.com/2011/11/20/pumpkin-fritters/ TUESDAY: Misc! What do you want to see next Tuesday? THURSDAY: New episodes of My Drunk Kitchen! Love, Hannah ALL THE THINGS: 2nd channel: http://youtube.com/yourharto twittah: http://twitter.com/harto facebook: http://facebook.com/my.

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"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Practice Reckless Optimism! Happy Graduation, Kids! And happy life, Adults! This v...

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“When we think of the morality of markets, we think first of Wall Street banks and their reckless misdeeds, of hedge funds and bail-outs and regulatory reform,” he writes. “But the moral and political challenge we face today is more pervasive and mundane — to rethink the role and reach of markets in our social practices, human relationships, and everyday lives.” -Michael J. Sandel

“When we think of the morality of markets, we think first of Wall Street banks and their reckless misdeeds, of hedge funds and bail-outs and regulatory reform,” he writes. “But the moral and political challenge we face today is more pervasive and mundane — to rethink the role and reach of markets in our social practices, human relationships, and everyday lives.” -Michael J. Sandel

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