Month: July 2011
Okay wait. Hold on.
They are appropriating funds specifically for illegal immigrants?
As a commemoration of my 100th wordpress post, I’ve collected my top 10 favorite stories so far. (Also, I was out of town this weekend and missed my third ‘Top 5’ post….oops.) Twenty-seven days of blogging means a lot of stories, and a lot of discussion. Thanks to all who read this far.
In no particular order:
Thanks for reading this far!! Always open to news story suggestions and love hearing feedback.
I have been following this blog for some time and really enjoy the majority of its content, and this latest post on “The Best Way to Find Your Vocation” was a very good one. I’d like to recommend this blog and particularly, this post.
…. Uh…… with good reason.
Who in their right mind would enroll their 7-year-old daughter in pole dancing classes? I feel like I shouldn’t even have to go into the list of why this is wrong, but it’s teaching them all of the wrong things about their lives and their capabilities ….
This isn’t even registering…..
“A Long Island mother was arrested Friday for leaving her baby inside a hot car while she went shopping inside a mall, reports CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan.
Police said the jet black Mercedes was parked directly in the blistering sunlight, with the engine turned off. A couple of windows were barely cracked — in the back — and alone a 14-month-old toddler — strapped into a car seat – was left sweltering.
The mother … had no explanation.”
……. the senselessness of some people astounds me.
“A 10 News undercover investigation revealed customers may be revealing more than expected at Macy’s stores all across the country. While it’s illegal to secretly videotape inside fitting rooms in Florida, Macy’s manages its loss-prevention by installing their privacy doors backward.
That means that any employee – or customer – standing up against the door can see inside. But the person getting changed cannot see out.”
What the heck! This is incredibly unethical, particularly because they weren’t telling the customers that this was the case! If there were announcements about something like “Macy’s reserves the right to observe it’s customers at all times, including dressing room use”, there would have been an outrage. Pretty good sign that it’s not acceptable.