Amazing story. I'd give him an A+, too.
Sounds good to me.
"What’s interesting is that even though American palates are more receptive to ambitious and unorthodox flavors, restaurant diners in the 19th century were way more open in the meats they consumed."
"So now, nearly three years after a global glut sent oil prices into a tailspin and American oil producers to their nearest lenders, U.S. oil production is once again floating above 9 million bpd."
I like patching potholes. Anarchy, not so much. But if this is proves to be more than a short stunt, it'll improve my opinion a bit.
One thing that's encouraging is that cancer patients--patients of all types, actually--have more ability to help themselves than ever before.
Dr. Steven A. Rosenberg, who is chief of surgery at the National Cancer Institute and leads many clinical trials, said: “Fifteen years ago, more than 90 percent of our referrals came from doctors. Now, I would estimate that at least half of all our referrals come from patients themselves, who read about us on the internet and other places.”
In February, Wendy’s CEO Bob Wright said the firm expects wages to rise at least 4% in 2017. Wendy’s has three options to offset the rising costs.
First, they could cut margins, but with an 8% margin, that’s unlikely. The second option is to raise prices. Given how price-sensitive consumers are these days, that too is a non-starter. Finally, the firm could reduce the amount of labor they use… and that’s exactly what they did. Wendy’s eliminated 31 hours of labor per location, per week.
Unsurprising: it's a heck of a lot of fun.
That's most models per capita, of course. Four of the eight used to be behind the Iron Curtain. Think of the opportunities lost under that awful system.
The whole documentary (92 minutes). "Andrew Breitbart has all the right enemies."
His premature death was a big loss for this country.