In what might be the most absurd marketing move ever, IHOP has changed their name to IHOb.
The Bachelorette Finale: Rachel Was The Bachelorette We Didn't Deserve, And She Deserved So Much Better
Rachel is wearing a gorgeous metallic gold ballroom gown with a slit down the thigh, but she’s questioning Bryan’s proposal. (Image Credit: Instagram/bach21squad)
Rachel admits that she cried her lashes off for Peter, yet less than 24 hours later, she is getting engaged to Bryan.
Wendy Carrillo is part of a field of 23 candidates who are competing to fill the Congressional seat in the 34th District in California. A child who was smuggled to America to escape the civil war in El Salvador, Carrillo has spoken about her personal journey in the context of the current fight for immigration rights.
When I heard that Air India had created a women-only section on its domestic flights last week, I breathed a sigh of temporary relief. Every country has a social problem (or many) that come up again and again, defying attempts to get them under control and exposing deep-seated cultural beliefs that are often unpleasant and vexing. America has gun violence (for one), China has pollution, and India has violence against women.
The moral of the story is that a broken arm is actually an emergency, and feel free to take your kid to the emergency room.
Today, our journey ‘round the news has us revisiting the notion of health care delivery systems and their costs. We’ll be dealing with the economic principles of demand elasticity and market issues around non-transparent pricing. We’ll also hear a story about a Congressman who let his kid spend a night with an untreated broken arm because the emergency room seemed expensive.
Because, why not?
Like most Millennials, much of my life lessons have been gleaned from Britney Spears' music videos.
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