I don’t need a professional playbook to see that the NFL just dropped the ball (again), but I think we need one to understand what Roger Goodell is doing these days.
For the longest time, the NFL has known it has had a problem, but was able to keep it under wraps before gametime on Sunday. The cat is definitely out of the bag.
Because we drive to work, we pay. We’re basically working to have a job (to AFFORD the job); it costs more and more to show up and collect our paycheck.
It amazes me that people (like Ashley Habat) often express things and don’t expect to be judged. Especially when they’re at fault for the issue at hand.
For years people have circulated old myths and misinformation – conspiracy theories about assassinations, secret government agencies, and more.
There should be! There should be a huge backlash against these overreaching companies that want too much information from us.
I read this and you should too. I’m not hyping Yahoo! here – There’s a great snapshot of success – The story of how Marissa Mayer came to be CEO of Yahoo!
This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a while, and it features a #NoDash hashtag. A fitting response to the over-saturation of all things Kardashian.
I’ve been reading more about people living smaller and saving. No fad, this is thinking more about our resources and living within our means.