We talked on the air last week about the New Jersey middle-schooler who got in trouble over some unflattering tweets she made about the principal of her school and whether or not schools have the authority to punish students over things they do or say on social media. If a case in Minnesota is any guide, school administrators should tread lightly.
If you listened to the beginning of last Monday’s show, you know that I have developed a curious craving for root beer. I typically drink less than a six pack of soda a year, usually only drinking it when there is no other reasonable option available; I’m lucky in that I really enjoy water, and I drink coffee.
So, I’m driving home last night on I-195, doing the speed limit in the right lane when I see a state trooper approaching from behind in the left lane; he pulls about half way up the side of my car, and then falls back. I didn’t think that was a terrible sign, but it wasn’t a good one, either.
CBS/Moneywatch is reporting that, according to CareerBuilder.com, almost a third of the companies they surveyed say they have increased the educational requirements of prospective employees over the past five years.
If you heard the show yesterday, you know that my trip to Niagara Falls was rather disappointing; the weather wasn’t good for photographing the Falls, with a heavy mist shrouding at least part of the the three main waterfalls (Horseshoe, Bride’s Veil, and American).
The five second rule seemingly fell out of favor recently with local news blaring out how what falls on our floor can KILL US! Now, a British study, reported by ABC, says that not only does how long the food has been on the floor matter, so does the type of floor it lands on.
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