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Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire

The 1881 Thumb Fire took 250 lives and destroyed over one million acres of Michigan forest.

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16th October 1957:  A Ford Edsel on display at a motor show.  (Photo by M. McKeown/Express/Getty Images)
16th October 1957: A Ford Edsel on display at a motor show. (Photo by M. McKeown/Express/Getty Images)
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Are Corporations Smart Enough to Rule The World? Not These …

What many voters, who fear corporate influence, fail to realize, is this. There are stupid corporations just like there are stupid people.

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(Flickr Image by sjsharktank's photostream)
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Big Names Looking at Bozeman

Bozeman is very fortunate. Most towns that are the target of big box stores see their downtown's turn into modern day ghost towns. Thankfully, that’s not the case in Bozeman.

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(Flickr Photo by John Haslam)
(Flickr Photo by John Haslam)
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Why Are We Superstitious?

Walking under ladders, spilled salt, black cats, broken mirrors, and Friday the Thirteenth are all common superstitions we encounter as we go through our daily lives. Why do we give such weight to these particular events?

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Flickr Photo by NCinDC - Used With Permission
Flickr Photo by NCinDC - Used With Permission
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Montana Weather: Ya Gotta Love IT!

“The Guinness Book of World Records lists the world's largest snowflakes as those of January 1887 at Fort Keogh, Montana; allegedly one measured 15 inches in diameter."

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CHICAGO - OCTOBER 31: United Airlines customer service representative Sue Orlandi, dressed as a vampire, helps customers while as they check-in for their flights at O'Hare Airport on Halloween October 31, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
CHICAGO - OCTOBER 31: United Airlines customer service representative Sue Orlandi, dressed as a vampire, helps customers while as they check-in for their flights at O'Hare Airport on Halloween October 31, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Good Customer Service Has Nothing to Do With The Customer

"Airlines, in my opinion, are clearly defining the “new” meaning of customer service for business in the future. And they are not alone. Many businesses are taking “the customer” out of customer service."

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NY State Ends Tax Exemptions For In State Breweries After Lawsuit From Out Of State
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Is America’s Work Ethic Dead?

The other tough lesson was discovering that I had to teach “manners” and common courtesy to employees.

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Mega Millions Jackpot Reaches Record High Of $540 Million
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What Would You Do If You Won The Lottery?

What would you do if that really happened to you? Would you go after the big house and car, give tons to charity, stiff your brother-in-law, or just blow it all having an amazing year?

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Are Brand Names Really Good?
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Are Brand Name Products Really Better?

When you recommend a book or movie to someone do you talk in terms of feelings?

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Gay Marriage: It's Not a Gay Issue; It's a Marriage Issue
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Gay Marriage: It’s Not a Gay Issue; It’s a Marriage Issue

The resistance is against the use of the word “marriage” not the sexual orientation of the people wanting to use it. The opposition would have a much harder time opposing a word that clearly says gay marriage but excludes the word marriage.

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