Matt Lauer somehow hit a deer with his bicycle.
I never knew remuneration was a word. And remuneration means what I had thought renumeration meant. Renumeration? It means to recount something.
Not only does this cake have chocolate and bacon, but it has beer and, well, cake. (Thanks, Jonathan!)
At first, I thought this article about Munchausen at work was a joke, but as I continued to read, it occurred to me that these people are serious. And by ‘these people, I mean GQ/Style, not the people who make up problems to solve them, though, I suppose they are serious, too.
If the 18th-century German cavalry officer Baron Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von Munchausen were around today, he’d probably be in a white-collar firm somewhere faking problems so that he could fix themâ€”and he’d have plenty of company…First identified in 2007 by Nathan Bennett, a business-school professor at Georgia Tech, Munchausen at work leads employees to cook up phony office dramas that they themselves can solve to become heroes.
I actually think that this isn’t something people are doing. People are usually able to solve problems they create, but not because they’re creating the problems on purpose. Maybe I’m not giving people enough credit?
(Via my friend Ben in the picture)
It is just what it sounds like.
A friend gave me bacon mints for my birthday. While expected just a bacon flavored candy, I was surprised to find so much more. There’s actually some mint in there – smoky, salty mint. Thanks, Will!
I would have thought this was fake if you told me about it.
Based on the popular CandyLand board game, KosherLand is a first board game for a Jewish child. Travel through KosherTown – pass by Bubby, the Kiddush Ocean, and Matzah Man – but don’t listen to the Latke Men Marching Band or you might get stuck in the honey! Be the first to make it to the kosher home, and you win!