Making fun of the headlines today, so you don’t have to The news doesn’t need to be complicated and confusing; that’s what any new release from Microsoft is for. And, as in the case with anything … Read moreRipping the Headlines Today, 11/26/18
Making fun of the headlines today, so you don’t have to The news doesn’t need to be complicated and confusing; that’s what any new release from Microsoft is for. And, as in the case with … Read moreRipping The Headlines Today, 11/26/17
Welcome to Black Friday — a day of nonstop commercial hype! Here comes the holiday season. It’s a month-long season of friends, family and spiritual reflection, and a time to decompress from our usual helter-skelter … Read moreLet’s Break Away from Black Friday Syndrome
‘Black Friday Buying Syndrome’ – consumers consumed? Mental authorities are warning of the expansion of a relatively new psychic dysfunction they have named PBFBS – “Post Black Friday Buying Syndrome.” It is the description given … Read morePsychologists Worried About Growth of Post Black Friday Buying Syndrome
Once-revered Thanksgiving holiday now on life support The holiday of Thanksgiving was found badly beaten in a back alley today. The holiday, which has been waning in power and influence in the last decade, is … Read moreThanksgiving Found Battered and Beaten in Back Alley
Due to the state of our society, ‘Thanksgiving’ is to be renamed Thanksgiving, once a proud cornerstone of our traditional American holidays with roots harkening back to our Pilgrim forefathers, is now comatose to the … Read moreHoliday Formerly Known as ‘Thanksgiving’ to be Called ‘Selfish-Taking’
The long awaited Second Coming of Jesus Christ has been canceled by order of Jesus Himself Coming down incognito to plan for his much-anticipated Second Coming descension to the same world that had rejected him … Read moreJesus Cancels Second Coming Due to Lack of Interest
by Nancy Freiberg and Jon Mathis The Wall Street Journal recently reported that more than 70 percent of people battling each other over Black Friday sales this year – traditionally the time to buy loved … Read moreChristmas Present for Me? Thanks, Me!
Philanthropy is entering the 21st Century. Just as Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season for brick-and-mortar retailers and Cyber Monday launches the online shopping season, we now have #GivingTuesday (Giving Tuesday, the day … Read moreGiving Tuesday. November 27. Be There.