Takin' a little RR. Back on Monday the 27th.
Personally, I wouldn't recommend following the first lady's advice:
Reaching across the aisle can be helpful not only in politics but also in the personal growth of recent college graduates, first lady Michelle Obama said in a commencement address at Eastern Kentucky University over the weekend.
Reuters Health) - A new study offers evidence to support what many people have learned for themselves: never go grocery shopping when you're hungry.
Researchers found that people who hadn't eaten all afternoon chose more high-calorie foods in a simulated supermarket than those who were given a snack just before online food shopping.
It's come to this -- Even "Indie" rock is getting government subsidies:
For the first time, the U.S. government’s trade arm is stepping in to help the music business, funding trade missions to Brazil and Asia in recent months for the heads of a dozen independent music labels, which make up one-third of the U.S. music market.
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Today's "well, duh" entry:
Twitchy calls this the "emptiest threat ever":
It’s been widely reported that, at a recent LA Times staff meeting, fully half in attendance raised their hands when asked if they’d quit if the paper were purchased by the Koch brothers.
A common-sense reason to start school later in the day:
The Kindle of its day, or maybe even the iPhone:
Ouch. Guess it's official now -- I have the worst job in the world:
According to an annual ranking of occupations published today, newspaper reporters have the worst job out there.