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Reading the Reviews....
Yes Liberals believe in things and they disagree with conservatives and vice-versa....
For it's one, two, three strikes you're out.
You will not be surprised but a marketing team failed again....
All of it. Every single tiny bit.
Two startup founders reveal their true selves while eviscerating an employee in a blog post.
Thoughts about the riots in Baltimore. But it can't be just about the riots, can it?
"FYI" stuff for those that care about such things.
This one's for Schilling and Hershberger.
The quality of work does matter. A response to Gabriel Conroy.
A quick look at three TV shows I've enjoyed this year, from newer or less-well-known sources.
A little while back on Hit Coffee I had a flashback post to old promos for fall seasons of ABC and Fox. Here’s one for just about every network:
Learning a trade may or may not be a good way go realize one's individuality, but either way, a trade is a good way to keep yourself and your family fed, clothed, and sheltered.
Because they have every reason to be.
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The last good, non-hippie-punching argument for keeping alcohol legal and pot verboten just bit the dust.
"When it comes to hours and labor regulations, I favor the policy that creates more jobs, but bad ones, over the policy that leads to fewer jobs, but good ones."
Reflecting on four decades of social change and wondering if societies can change their norms without creating new categories of deviants.
Petty Missouri small town politics strikes again. This time in a suburb of St. Louis.