What are your favorite television stars earning? Do you really want to read this? Will you like them less if you know? Jay Leno and David Letterman used to earn in excess of 30 million dollars. But more competition and lower ratings have them each getting by on $20 million. Jimmy Kimmel's making $10 million. Who earns more?
Here's an eye opener. The mayor of Egg Harbor Township says his property taxes are so high, he has to sell his house. The mayor. James "Sonny" McCullough, 71, bought his waterfront home in 1985 for $360,000. The property tax has gone up over the years.
As it has gotten easier to record and store each and every show you like, it has also gotten more difficult to avoid spoilers that will ruin your enjoyment of those shows. The culprit: Social media, which has fundamentally changed the way some people watch TV.
Ever been this noble? A girlfriend or a buddy gets pulled over for speeding at night or gets into an accident and you tell them to switch places with you so that you fall on the sword and take the ticket and the points? Well it didn't work out so well in Fair Lawn last week.
How many times do we hear about young people graduating with a bachelor's degree that turns out worthless because they can't even find anything in their field. You were probably served coffee by one of them at a Starbucks today.
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