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Absurdity of collusion in baseball

Rob @ July 15, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Last winter, the free agent market for Major League Baseball experienced one of the rarest situations since the free agency came about.  In years past, bidding wars between teams filled the free agency period, with teams spending big bucks to get the hottest players available and fill their rosters with talent that held the potential […]

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Best and worst job postings per capita by city

Brittany @ July 14, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As U.S.News reported recently, there is but one city that stands out among the 50 largest in the U.S. for most job postings for capita. Just think about what section of the country’s jobs have actually held up during this recession depression. Can you guess it?

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U.S. not alone in “crapper” economy

Brittany @ July 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The toilet, or more aptly described “crapper” state of our economy at the present time is certainly not something that lifts many American spirits. For sake of the old adage “misery loves company,” I think I may have found something that might bring some cheer in this time of economic recession depression, or at least […]

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Tent City, California

Brittany @ May 5, 2009 # 4 Comments

The story of “Tent City,” Sacramento a supposed growing encampment of at least 200 people, down and out as a result of the current recession/depression, has recently flooded the news. Photos of this place are not unlike those taken during the Great Depression, which feature hundreds of rotted shacks with a migrant homeless population walking […]

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