Do Good Grades Predict Success? – Freakonomics – Opinion – New York Times Blog

This is something I would also like to know. I’ve always loved my teachers but I’ve always hated the school system. Science is not about memorization. School should be about the joy of learning. As I see how my younger cousins are educated in school, or even younger people  about 3-6 years younger than I. […]

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Be afraid. Be very afraid. – The Bing Blog

Hope the rational parts of the Republican party can at least overcome these idealogues. I just read a comment from a House Republican who helped to defeat the bailout. It said that passing the bailout would represent “a coffin on top of Ronald Reagan’s coffin.” In one statement, this guy made it clear what his […]

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Alchemy in Arendal at Paulo Coelho’s Blog

This is nice to hear, I know I’ve been transformed by reading the alchemist. Thanks to my sister. I think I know what I’ll be giving people at the fast approaching holiday season. In 2003 the city of Arendal was going through a rough time financially, and the motivation among the employees sank dramatically. The […]

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Stevey’s Blog Rants: The Bellic School of Management Training

I’ve seen this in some upscale places I’ve eaten in, but not in mid to mass class establishments. Which begs the question why they don’t do this considering that this directly affects employees pay? Either they don’t know, or they don’t care, Here’s to hoping they do not know and would gladly implement the extra […]

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