It was time for me to pick up a pack of new razors today, and so while browsing through the selections at Target, I narrowed it down to two choices. I have no built-in brand preference for razors, it seems like I choose randomly whatever pack of razors catches my fancy at the moment. A … Continue reading I Decided to Splurge Today
The New York Times created an online app that uses data from the Labor Department to determine what the polar opposite of a given job is. For example, here are some polar opposites: kindergarten teacher and physicist news editor and model chief executive and agricultural grader writer/author and mobile home installer The Labor Department keeps … Continue reading What Is Your Opposite Job?