Will it sell? Well, regular readers know the drill: on all things Big Al-related, give the points and bet on Al.
Good. I have a shares of Ruger.
One more reason for me to dislike The New York Times: its stylebook "discourages" using the Oxford comma.
"An airline pilot reveals a major reason why flights today are less comfortable and frequently delayed"
Tradeoffs. Everything in life is a tradeoff.
I used to cover this principle in my MBA class, but I didn't know it had a name and a history.
Here's a fine recent example: "The five-paragraph fetish".
Here's another possible example, related to the recent school killings in Florida. Horrible if true.
So how is it that four armed cops remained outside the building and did nothing?
In case you want to know.
That would be the famous Voynich manuscript. They think it's written in encoded Hebrew.
"‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ On Netflix: Jerry Seinfeld’s Complete Case Of Comedians As 'Other'"
An argument that comedians are really, truly different.
The competition is fierce. I think the industry chosen for first is a reasonable choice.
"Aside from a flashy display of wealth, some watches communicate another message: power."