A bunch of topics this week: Ebola, the difference between ordering food to go (and eating it there in the restaurant) and being charged separately for a "take out" container, and defending the NYPD.
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The NYC transportation system has many components but they have one thing in common – a crumbling infrastructure. On this episode, I examine aspects that pertain to the able-bodied as well as the handicapped.
During a period when I was out of work, I attempted to land a job at a Jewish weekly where they made me jump through some hoops.
Several news stories this past week had a common theme. They were trying to sell some sort of fear to the public. This is not new, nor is it really news. But it is the prevailing theory on how to do business in the age of instant gratification, social media, and immediacy over accuracy and privacy.
It's over! The season of Derek Jeter has concluded at long last!
I've been selling on ebay for 16 years now.
Our vacations are a lot of fun...for us.
The big scandal this past week was the leak of more than 200 salacious photos of various famous celebrities; singers and actresses as well as sports figures.
As a dad, long summer days are the enemy.
I am not doing the Ice Bucket Challenge, so don't bother nominating me.