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Former EIC: ESPN The Magazine and espn.com/insider
Public Speaker: Behavioral Economics and decision making
Author: “On The Origins of Sports: The Early History And Original Rules Of Everybody’s Favorite Games”
Author: “Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes–And How To Correct Them: Lessons From The Life-Changing Science Of Behavioral Economics”
Science is good, but we almost always need time for studies to be replicated. Also, soccer referees!
Well, yeah. The problem is people can't stay away. It's as if the National Enquirer or Weekly World News, in their salad days, were being consumed by almost everyone rather than 5% of population at most.
Worth it just for the woman with Bob Ross on her lips!
Many will recall conservative opposition to these vaccines, on the grounds that it would somehow encourage promiscuity. Meanwhile, kids are having less sex and everyone is healthier.
This is underplayed. Truly shocking. And depressing.
My nephews and and nieces mock me for believing expiration dates are waaaaay too conservative. I feel vindicated!
News you can use ... if you are Sammy Glick.
If you work in a coal mine but like your boss, you'll like your job, If you work in a candy factory and hate your boss, you'll hate your job. Basically, it's a simple as that. If you work in a candy factory and love your boss, you have your dream job.
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