No one really knows how the parties get to yes. The pieces that are sacrificed in ev’ry game of chess. We just assume that it happens, but no one else is in the Zoom where it happens. (With apologies to Lin Miranda) A Reader Points Out that I’m not the first one to get this … See the Meme
The real reason: there are standards for Egg Nog, so if you call it that it must have milk, cream, a minimum 6 percent butterfat, and a minimum 1 percent egg yolk by weight. By calling it “Holiday Nog” they don’t have to adhere to those standards, and instead use cheaper ingredients. Federal regulations protect … See the Meme
Bulmash says that “years after my job application joke, I’m still feeling the need to smart-ass the job hunting process.” It’s been more than two decades since my long-time buddy Greg Bulmash wrote one of the first super-viral online posts, his April 1997 McDonald’s Job Application humor piece that someone started forwarding around the Internet … See the Meme
Yep: everyone is at least somewhat insecure (except maybe the narcissists/sociopaths). Just work hard and you can pull ahead of those who don’t.
On the other hand, they’re pretty mean: my hard drive crashed, and they wouldn’t give me a copy of their backup.
And the year before that, and the year before that…. (For foreign readers, April 15 is the traditional date that income taxes are due in the U.S.)
Our local UPS driver is, in fact, Tawnya. She takes great care of us. (Yeah, one of my sidelines is Get Out of Hell Free® cards. Tawnya delivers them from the printer.)
“Well, if you didn’t want ‘that much damage’ you shouldn’t have been so careless in the first place.”
From the training manual for IRS agents when they look over your tax return. If the latter, you can expect an audit.