"It Might Be Worse To Take Social Security At 66, Here's Why"

"In praise of capitalism (and why cell phones were invented)"

Funny and true.

Take mustard, please. On the surface mustard might seem to be a common yellowish condiment added to hot dogs and hamburgers. Dispatched to fetch “mustard,” the dispatchee stands before a dizzying assembly of choices: spicy brown; dijon and country dijon; stone ground; classic yellow; sweet and spicy; honey; whole grain; lemon tarragon; French roast; and more, in classic yellow or organic options from an arms-length list of manufacturers.

The eyes search the shelves. The odds of making the wrong choice are high. The phone is dialed, followed by, “Tell me again what you want?”