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Monthly Archives: March 2008
Are you a master prankster or are you the frequent victim of an Ashton Kutcher wanna-be? Either way you could win a fun prize from the YDR. The business staff wants to know about your April Fool’s Day shenanigans. Leave … Continue reading
Picture this: Joey and Susy are sitting in the living room talking about baseball players who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame trying to remember who the inductees were a few years back. Susy is positive it was … Continue reading
Barack Obama is doing well in most of the United States, including small, rural states that have voted Republican since before I was born. But not in Pennsylvania. Hillary Clinton has a double-digit lead by most accounts. And I think … Continue reading
I don’t work at one of those offices that have a gym inside them for employees to use and I’ve always been kind of happy about that fact. I like working out in private (or as private as a regular … Continue reading
On Sunday, I wrote a column on how I planned to save, rather than spend, my tax rebate check. Check out the story at: http://ydr.inyork.com/ci_8656583 So far, I’ve received some interesting responses to my story. Here are two comments that … Continue reading
The New York Times today outlined why the current economic climate is both different from past recessions AND still not in a place to cause a depression. It’s a little scary, but a pretty honest look at what could happen … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I attended a seminar for parents on how to teach children to be financially responsible. And even though it was geared toward kids’ saving and spending habits, I found that I was learning quite a bit. For … Continue reading
Do you know what that means? Basically, if you do, you probably got rich in the post-9/11 years. If you don’t, then you probably lost or came close to losing everything. See why here.
As I’ve mentioned in many previous posts, I am a huge sports fan. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that I was fairly excited about the start of the NCAA basketball tournament. I wrote a story for … Continue reading