Re-thinking old beliefs is essential to progress. Shifting paradigms is how many people in the world of academia refer to it. If you need proof of the many shifts in our lives, think about pay phones, Walk-mans, computers, automobile designs and the number of television channels. Yes, change comes in waves and we have to adjust our attitudes and wallets to effectively adapt.
Apparently, Joe Stieven has gotten caught up in the “nastiness” of the political season that has taken the airwaves hostage. He is in full-swing this election year by slinging his own bucket full of mud. His target is credit unions. As is usually the case with those who choose to toss mud balls, Joe is misinformed and, as a result, he has missed his target.
A new guy started on Monday. We’re all pretty excited. He’s a talented leader, but what we’re really hoping for is his help to our trivia team. The company trivia team is not near as good as our bowling team. Our trivia expertise in bowling vernacular would be the equivalent of ten frames of gutter balls.
Super Bowl XLVI is behind us. Dieting lies ahead. Consumption on football’s national holiday is somewhere between gluttonous and excessive. The exaggerated picture of the crazed fan with food all over his face holding a roasted turkey leg in one hand and a stein full of grog in the other is really not as exaggerated as you may think. Boy, do Americans love their Super Bowl Sunday.