"A study posted by the Unhappy New Yorkers Web site calculates savings of nearly $25,000 on an annual income of $100,000 in Dade County compared with New York City, owing to lower taxes and lower cost of living."
I don't know much, but I'm pretty sure that you can't get a paid vacation if your employer goes out of business.
Or take de Blasio’s paid-vacation mandate, which will cost the husband-and-wife owners of One Girl Cookies an extra $57,000 a year, as they described in Crain’s. “The mayor’s argument that business owners can absorb these additional costs and are just pretending that they cannot is outright insulting,” owner Dawn Casale wrote.
There's been a sharp drop in sightings since 2014. Soon to be the subject of Ph.D. theses and academic articles.
"Turns out Rose's life raft wasn't a door in 'Titanic'— and sorry, but Jack would've drowned anyway"
I had no idea that this was a huuuuuge controversy. But, at last, this seems like the definitive resolution.
Interesting. But if you're rewatching Seinfeld, I suggest you start with season three.
According to this review, Mick, now 76 years old and just coming off a heart valve replacement, is still rocking.
Bloom County doing its thing.
Not for this American. Y'all can have my share of the dark meat chicken. (I still wonder why if "everybody knows" dark meat is better that McDonald's, et al. advertise their chicken tenders so heavily as all white meat.)
I'm sorry, but while I enjoyed the famous documentary, 38 CDs is a bit much.
(But if you want a set, you better hurry. Supposedly only 1969 sets will be produced. List price $799.98.)