An interesting try, but even if one of the theories advanced explains why they did, they don't explain why they do now.
Come for Otis, stay for the wonderful backing band.
"Saint in the City" should be much higher, but this is a good ranking.
I just rewatched #3, "The Trouble With Tribbles," a couple of weeks ago. When Scotty unleashes the killer last line and that glorious fanfare comes up, I felt just as good as I did 49 years ago.
"What’s going on? Part of the answer is simple economics."
Close. I'd say the answer is almost entirely economics. (The other part being a cultural shift that encourages and indulges complaint more than it used to do. But that, too, may be a function of greater income and leisure.)
North Carolina's entry is Hops Burger Bar in Greensboro.
830,000 dead would seem to qualify.
"A CEO and former Googler shares the 5 traits every hiring manager looks for in young job candidates"
No surprise: #1 is "The ability to communicate clearly".
An excellent reminder.
John D. Rockefeller was the richest man the world had ever seen.
But for most of his adult life he didn’t have electric lights, air conditioning, or sunglasses. And he never had penicillin, sunscreen, or Advil. This is not ancient history: One in twenty Americans were born before Rockefeller died.
Microsoft has vowed to “solve the problem of cancer” within a decade by using ground-breaking computer science to crack the code of diseased cells so they can be reprogrammed back to a healthy state.