It’s two days before Turkey Day, which makes it the perfect time to start preparing for the inevitable.
I’m talking about the Thanksgiving Day conversations. Whether you’re dining with family, friends, or both this Thursday, odds are that at least one or two have differing opinions on…well let’s call it “current events.” Read the rest of this entry
We live in an age of distraction. Our attention is being pulled at from just about every direction. This is not news, but it is a problem. Read the rest of this entry
There’s a daily struggle on our streets across the county and around the world, a battle for respect and recognition. It’s a battle that’s waged not with words but with wheels, two and four wheels to be precise. Read the rest of this entry
The ethical question — to recline, or not to recline — has been around since airlines introduced coach seats.
Since that time, fliers have been divided on this issue. Some opt to spare their fellow passenger the discomfort of having to sit in the fetal position, and others, I can only assume, think they are the only person on the plane.
While it’s always been a point of contention for fliers, in recent weeks, the conflict seems to have reached its boiling point for over-stressed fliers. Three flights, in the last few weeks, were forced to make unscheduled stops due to seat-reclining disputes. Read the rest of this entry