If the game played Sunday night would have been played against Indianapolis, we would have lost. I think that sums up the National Football Conference. I don't knock the NFC, but the conference is weak by comparison. Enough said. The Steelers came through one hell of a season. It almost felt like two. ...
Contemporary business rests upon a list of fundamental principles. Legitimacy and
fair practices take the primary positions in this list, since those two principles create
the general tendencies in each particular segment. When one decides to start up some
kind of business, he/she should undoubtedly ascertain its operation according to the
conventional guidelines and laws.
So you want to be a writer, huh? Maybe an artist? Maybe you have a fairly strong interest in composition or technique, and want to try your hand at profitable creativity. Unfortunately, after numerous encouraging conversations with the overly eclectic person at the coffee shop who promised ...
tonight my numbers won't be read across the screen
but I've got to get her that ring
they won't be seeing my name in the morning
they won't ask me the questions
they ask newfound millionaires
what did you do before?
where did you work?
will you go on vacation?
my family won't be blowing up my ...
life insurance without medical exam
Scams are not just for little old grandmotherly defenseless types whom live alone on a desolate street. Oh yes, the scam artist can target even legitimate and smart small business. The artist is usually a crafty mind with not much financial backing that thinks he's been wronged by the system. Watch ...
Credit the directors of two on-going productions for making them sparkle and delight. They are Ted Pappas at Pittsburgh Public Theater and City Theatre's Tracy Brigden. Pappas has come up with a jolly, fresh version of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest," and Brigden has done all kinds of ...
Over the preceding six months, the family began complaining of a rodent invasion. Initially, they thought their particular plague was mice. But what I smelled wasn't a mouse. I, who was whelped under farmhouse stairs, who prowled the chicken house as a puppy and stuck my nose in every hole around their ...
Please excuse the title; I realize it's a bit early in the year for this kind of vulgar vitriol. But what am I,if not obscene.
I was watching the "Today Show" this morning, as I am wont to do. I know it's the epitome of all that is bourgeois in American society, but it often amuses me, and I like ...
Topping the news today, a jury of Houston-area residents was selected for the trial of former Enron Corp. chiefs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling. A court clerk swore in the 12 jurors, four alternates, and several thousand people with torches.
Discredited memoirist James Frey got a tongue-lashing ...