Over the last year or so, the credit and debit card companies have sent out replacement cards with the “amazing” new chips that were designed to work with the new card readers.
These chips were supposed to be somehow benefit us, but they just seem like a huge pain and I hate them.
Our judges have swiped at the nominations and inserted them into the proper order to provide for you here The Top 5 Things I Hate About the New Chip Readers for Credit/Debit Cards. Continue reading “Top 5 Things I Hate About the New Chip Readers for Debit/Credit Cards”
Dear Mr. Trump
I hope this open letter finds you well.
I was truly astonished when I read about your proposal for the new Space Force, so I wanted to send you my application as soon as possible. Continue reading “My application for the Space Force!”
Dates can be painful and confusing, yet also wonderful, memorable or dry.
I was thinking about dates the other day while looking at my calendar, and began to ponder the aspects of them that I like and dislike. Continue reading “It’s fun to elucidate on ‘date’ and ‘ale’ words”
It was a good news/bad news kind of weekend. Here are a few examples:
I finally got the hedges trimmed again so that they look nice. It was a lot of work, but I feel pretty good about it.
Along with trimming the hedges, I also trimmed the poison ivy hidden in the backyard. I feel pretty itchy about it
It finally stopped raining and it looks beautiful outside.
It’s too hot to actually go outside. It’s so hot that when I was taking a shower earlier today, I ran out of cold water. Continue reading “Tales of a good and bad summer weekend”
As part of our continuing study of how people react differently to the exact same situation, we placed all of our test subjects in job interviews and asked them the following questions:
- Can you give us an example of a time when you were faced with a challenging problem that you had to work with your colleagues to solve?
- Why should we choose you over the other candidates for this position?
Here are their responses: Continue reading “Job interview questions can result in some strange responses”
Driving slowly down the dusty, under-construction main street in my town recently, I had a lot of time to think about the start of summer. Here are a few items I was pondering: Continue reading “A few thoughts on the start to Summer 2018”