Well, I am about to divulge some dirty little secrets about college education. In particular, how the relatively affluent and the downright rich have always received hidden benefits.
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Most of you have never had the opportunity to share my dinner table. (I’m sorry I missed you.) No longer having an active R&D lab at my personal disposal, I rely upon my kitchen to satisfy my chemical exploits. My background (both technical training and business experiences) has afforded me the ability to be an outstanding cook. (Yes, I am being modest .)
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When we moved to Virginia from Ann Arbor and Cambridge, we were more than a little surprised. (I am not talking about the culture shock nor the concept that “there’s a chance of snow tomorrow and schools will be closed” either.)
Continue reading One less nickel and dime tax
A few years ago, my physician told me it was time. Time to put away childish notions. Time to get new vaccinations.
Continue reading Let’s be grown-ups…
Well, it was bound to happen. We already know that cities and states have been imposing ridiculously high taxes on hotel rooms and restaurant meals. Why? Because hotels are generally booked (and paid) by tourists from out of state (or country). What a great way to sock it to visitors. To keep the residential taxes low.
Continue reading Tax everything that moves?
Communication. It’s not just words. It’s facial expression. It’s our stance. It’s our tone.
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I used to love to travel. Before 9-11. Before we were required to check in a month before the plane leaves and twiddle our thumbs waiting to board- and then finding our flight delayed yet another hour or so.
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