Monthly Archives: January 2014

Seahawks or Broncos – Do Employers Care?

I certainly don’t care that much.  My team ended its year early, again.  However, many people do care, for various reasons.   There is, of course, the football game itself and the rooting interests that exist. The fact that the game

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Once In Violation, Always In Violation

I loved the holiday season.  But if I could look back and point to one part of the 2013 holidays that reallybothered me, it is this:  the incessant Michael Bolton appearances in those Honda commercials.  Every two seconds, every channel.   Michael

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Happy New Year – Now Don’t Let The Ball Drop

Ryan Seacrest paid homage again to Dick Clark.  The latest musical crazes performed live from hot spots around the globe.  Miley Cyrus thinks we’re still interested (for those who were at some point).  They all helped us and our family

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