I admit it – when I visit a web site that runs a list of their “most popular” stories, I usually take a look at it.
USA Today reports that Bud Selig is prepared to ban Alex Rodriguez for life.
Recent surveys indicate that people are going to spend around $750 for gifts this year, but I’ve spoken with people who have spent thousands and others who can do it for under $200.
USA Today’s mistake was even trying to limit it to a top 20.
Joel Ward’s dramatic goal prompted dozens of Twitter users to send out a barrage of racist, hate-fueled messages about Ward.
The wonders of Facebook notwithstanding, ask yourself – is our culture becoming friendlier, more closely knit, more personal and human?
I do know this — we’re being governed by Baby Boomers, a generation of politicians whose self-esteem far outstrips any proof of their competence.
How much should you spend on Christmas?