If you are lucky enough to land an interview for a position that pays actual money, please be advised that there are just some things you should avoid saying when sitting down to meet with your potential future boss:
While a few games were played last week, Major League Baseball returns in earnest this week for a new season of walk-off home runs, dynamite pitching performances and, we’re sure, at least one or two accusations a player took steroids.
Are you ready for the return of the national pastime? Here are some clues that you might be a little too psyched the baseball season is starting:
Research indicates that working more than the traditional 40 hours a week can actually have a detrimental effect on people, making them unproductive while on the clock. Well, duh! After all that time working, your eyes are bound to start glazing over and mistaking those oh-so-important TPS reports for used coffee filters.
Last week, the world record for longest wedding dress was set in that most romantic of European countries — Romania. With a train that goes on for 1.85 miles, you can bet this gown is a real pain to lug around when you’re going from table to table, thanking your guests for coming.
There are plenty of benefits of wearing the dress, though. Judge for yourself:
Hey, Tim Tebow — you invigorated the languishing Denver Broncos last season by going 8-5 as a starter and winning a playoff game. Your reward? Watching as the Broncos signed future hall of famer Peyton Manning, which pretty much guaranteed your ticket out of the Mile High City.
So, the four-day marathon known as the opening weekend of the NCAA tournament is now in our rearview mirror. If your bracket busted like a cheap watch, you may not care too much about the rest of March Madness, so here are some ways to pass the time until a national championship is crowned:
The Academy Awards take place this weekend. It’s Hollywood’s biggest night and it might be yours, too, if you go to a good Oscars party. If you do wrangle an invite, make sure to avoid any of the following people, who typically show up at an Oscars bash.
New York Knicks star Jeremy Lin continues to wow the NBA with his rags-to-riches story, becoming the biggest thing to hit Broadway since a rat was spotted in the subway. He’s created almost as many highlights as fans have plays on his name, so why not have some more fun with all the wordplay?
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