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The lawyers for Chain Leader magazine contacted us and threatened us with legal action for copyright infringement if we continued to display their magazine on our site. [their magazine was located on this page in an Iframe] Since we were presenting their site in its entirety without modification, since we were not claiming any of […]

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Styx and their song “Too Much Time On my Hands.”  Some people just don’t have enough real work to do.  Take for example The National Inhalant Prevention Council who have been angered by and are protesting the Wendy’s commercial where office workers ‘fill’ themselves with helium. Supposedly the action of filling themselves with helium will […]

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Hey FTC surprise, fast food restaurants try to sell food to kids.  In a a move that seems completely motivated by the meddlesome, nanny-wannabe attitude of our government officials, the FTC decides that they should investigate the marketing practices of 5 restaurant company giants.  The two largest restaurant companies, the number 2 and 3 hamburger […]

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OK, where is the ACLU when you really need them? This is freaking ridiculous. The government in New York City has enforcing on restaurants some of the harshest laws regarding dietary content and labeling on menus and what restaurants can serve of any local government in the nation. They have outlawed the use of cooking […]

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My friend the Recruiting Animal has challenged me to a duel, and he did it right out in the open, in front of all my peers. OK, I’m not sure that any of them want to be considered my peers, but heck he includes a bunch of noted Internet personalities along with me. Just to […]

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Jason Alba [who everyone that reads here should already know ;-)], founder and CEO of JibberJobber [and still no relation to Jessica] got tagged in a silly Internet game that has been going around for quite some time. Alex C. Rudloff, cofounder of Emurse.com, is the one who tagged Jason, so I guess I should […]

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but an important award in our little part of the world none the less. Every year Recruiting.com holds an election of sorts to elect the best blogs in the recruiting blogosphere. No they aren’t the Academy Awards, but it would be nice to win none the less. We were nominated by one of our readers […]

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Another sure sign that college tuition has gotten out of control: 19-year-old Ron Steen of Anaheim Hills, California put a share of his future earnings up for sale on eBay. In August, Steen offered two percent of his future earnings to the highest bidder. The cost? He set the minimum bid at $100,000. Steen, who […]

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TV commercial in Vegas features “The New $6,000 Combo Meal at the Palms” – Carl’s Jr. Original Six Dollar Burger and a 24 year old bottle of French Bordeaux. Now that’s weird.

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I’m going to make an assumption that everyone knows who Michael Richards is, the guy who played Kramer on Seinfeld. If you haven’t seen the video of his meltdown at the Laugh Factory, or read any of the blogs discussing his awful behavior here are some links that you can follow: Integral Opinions Blog, cele […]

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