Over the last couple of weeks I've been reading through Stieg Larsson's "Millennium Series" of books (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest). As I've been getting through the books, I've also been watching the Swedish versions of the film adaptations (all released in 2009). Last week, the highly anticipated American version was released.
When the seasons change you always have to pay attention to the forecast. Will I need a jacket today? Could it rain? Around here it could be 20 degrees warmer than it was yesterday (kind of like today).
We've known for close to a year that Regis Philbin is on the verge of retirement, but it's hard to believe that it's right around the corner (November 18th to be exact). The show will continue, but now producers have to decide who will sit next to Kelly Ripa on a daily basis.
When popular books are turned into movies, sometimes they can be spectacular triumphs (Harry Potter, anyone?) and other times they can be epic failures (there's a reason we've only seen one Lemony Snicket movie, despite the popularity of the book series).
A couple of days ago I wrote about tipping in the service industry, which sparked a few conversations with friends and co-workers that got me thinking. How do you handle those really bad days when you get to work?
My Ocean County brothers and sisters, you know my pain. I recently met a friend of a friend from Pennsylvania. Upon introduction, she asked where I was from. I naturally responded, "The Jersey Shore". Her response, "yeah Snooki!!"
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