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Minutemen, Then and Now

Our country is divided. When you conjure the term Minutemen there are those that think of the revolutionary war militias and then there are those that think of the Missy Elliot song. The difference in these two groups is this: When does the shot take place? For the...

Cherubs: Management Material?

For countless millennia heaven’s leadership structure has been heavily scrutinized. Some critics ask, should cherubs be placed in managerial roles? What exactly are the strengths and weaknesses of eternal babies with lil wings? Much of this concern comes from the...

The Real Turkeys

Here’s the thing about Thanksgiving: you’re the turkey   The end of every November, surrounded by family and friends we all get hoodwinked just like at the original Thanksgiving.   The original Thanksgiving was between the Plymouth, Massachusetts Colonists and the...

Taco Supreme Court

As we all know the taco supreme is modeled after the United States Supreme Court. Join us on our deep dive into Taco Bell, the Supreme Court and the scavenger hunt that is justice. The year 1962 saw the landmark Supreme Court Engel v. Vitale. This case decided that it...

The Northeast Fall Migration: Apple Orchards

Every fall in the Northeast United States, birds migrate south to warmer climates and humans migrate to apple orchards. Amidst hay bales, cider donuts and the occasional apple, humans celebrate the end of summer by picking fruit that will probably go bad at their...

Roller Derby: Modern Day Chariot Races

History repeats itself. Bloodlust is unquenchable. The thunderous roar of fans. Adrenaline spikes as professional athletes push the physical limits of the frail human body. Of course, we’re talking about two sports that are actually one: chariot races and roller...