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May 21, 2015

"I’m a die-hard liberal. It ruined my parenting."

Fortunately, she seems to have modified her behavior in time.

"The Secret To The Perfect Grilled Cheese Is Mildly Horrifying"

I'm a fan of grilled cheese and I wouldn't have guessed.

May 20, 2015

"Consumers Beware! USC Marshall School of Business Research Show how Buyers with a Trade-In get a Raw Deal"

I certainly believe it.

"One thing about life everyone should know before turning 46"

Ask not for whom the Midlife Crisis comes, it comes for you.

"How Every State Ranks for Retirement 2015"

North Carolina supposedly ranks 46th out of 51. Now they tell me.

"7 famous people who should have been cryogenically frozen when they died"

It's certainly a shame. (The author doesn't even mention polio.)

May 19, 2015

"Much More about MOOCs"

From Harvard Magazine, the current state of MOOCs.

"A CEO explains why CEOs make so much money"

The federal government--the Law of Unintended Consquences strikes again--has something to do with it.

"Dispirited: A business school professor studies the world's worst airline"

I could be wrong, but I don't think I want to fly on an airline--even if it's really cheap--that treats passengers like "meat in a seat".

"Five Keys to Understanding Election 2016"

Scott Rasmussen lays out what's important. I especially like this point:

The Big Blue Wall is a Myth—Democrats argue that all they have to do is win states that consistently voted for their party since 1992 and they just about have the Electoral College locked up. The problem with this theory is that it's the result of the Republicans winning a majority of the popular vote only once in the past six elections. If a Republican does better in the popular vote, he or she will win some of those states Democrats think they have locked up.

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