The longest-serving employee at Macy’s retired after a whopping 73 years of service to the department store giant. That much I’m relatively certain about. But don’t ask me how old she is!
My apartment complex left a note on my door at the crack of dawn on Wednesday to let me know that they‘d be entering my home to inspect my dishwasher. This is a first.
There’s something ironic about celebrating the social and economic achievements provided by hard work through stopping it for a day, but that’s essentially what Labor Day does. And I don’t mind: I’ll certainly take a paid holiday any time I can get it. (And in TV, there aren’t that many to be had.)
HollywoodNews.com is a website that, as you might guess, focuses on what’s happening with celebrities. But on the site’s Facebook page, there’s an annoying little problem of which I’ve finally had enough.
One of the interesting — and occasionally frustrating — things about blogging is that a blogger never truly knows which topics will get lots of attention and which will go virtually unnoticed. Imagine my surprise when a post on this blog’s Facebook fan page became one of the hottest topics in the page’s history.
If I never see another Olympic medalist posing with their gold medal just inside their mouth as if they’re ready to bite down on it, I won’t be disappointed. Before anyone steps in to “explain,” I really do understand...that does not mean, however, that is wasn’t one of the dumbest things I saw out of this year’s Olympics.
When I got my latest computer, a forced situation caused by the hardware failure of a computer old enough to be “beyond repair” by repair standards, there was something a little different from the beginning: the keyboard and mouse were going to be <i>wireless</i>.
I saw a health tip on one of those many health-centered daytime shows the other day involving your morning cup of joe. I was intrigued enough to give it a try, but I quickly learned my lesson and I thought I’d pass it along to you.
How much would <i>this</i> suck? The McDonald’s employee who first claimed she won the lottery with a ticket she purchased outside of a co-worker pool now says she “misplaced” the ticket.
This may be one of my favorite stories ever. We’ve all been around someone on his or her cell phone,...
Today, when I voted in the South Carolina presidential primary, I received quite a surprise after casting my ballot, and that surprised served as a laughable reminder of cost-cutting in a rough economy.
This little ditty has been making the rounds on Facebook recently, but if you haven’t seen it, it’s definitely worth...
The 8-vote lead of Mitt Romney over Rick Santorum in the Iowa Caucus Tuesday night led to some big headlines. Among them, there was a tiny little word featured, as part of a common phrase, that we normally never see written out.
A North Carolina man was arrested after trying to pay for his purchases at a store with a one million dollar bill he insisted was real. And get a load of what store he chose for his shopping trip!