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Here’s a little pop quiz, kids. If I am on the phone waiting to speak with a “customer advocate,” I am trying to reach which of the following parties: Better Business Bureau Small Claims Court Health insurance company claims adjuster … Continue reading
I am not the woman you think I am. You see the witty, urbane, sophisticated Peg, quick with a sarcastic take on the foibles of life. But that’s not me. Well, that IS me. Quite a lot of me, actually, … Continue reading
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Experts are concerned by the alarming spread of Notmyproblemitis or NMP. This malady results in the infected person losing all feeling…for their fellow man. Science does not know the exact cause, but the infection short-circuits a person’s ability to share … Continue reading
2011 was not a good year for us, financially. I know we’re not alone. Our stock funds went down the toilet, our house is worth less than we owe on it and the bank now sends me a statement each month … Continue reading
The food industry was shocked last week when giant Hostess Brands Inc. announced they were declaring bankruptcy. The baker, best known for such snacks as the iconic Twinkie, seeks reorganization under Chapter 11 as it struggles to come up with … Continue reading
Why are beauty salon names so often bad puns? Hair’s What’s Happening, The Mane Event, American Hairlines, From Hair to Eternity, Head Hunters, The Hairport, A Cut Above, Simply Hair-resistible,…we could go on and on. Consider the establishment mentioned in … Continue reading
Quickly adopted by politicians and advertisers. A little old lady was holding up my line at the grocery store. She was trying to return a carton of ice cream. “It says New & Improved but it tastes the same.” She said, … Continue reading