Twenty-six percent of you will embarrass yourselves at an office Christmas party this year, according to a study.
The warning didn’t come early enough?
A word to those who are out of work–or know others who are–while the merriment happens all around:
The outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas will offer free job search and career advice to anyone who calls from anywhere on December 28 and 29.
The number is (312) 422-5010.
The hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST.
And always remember:
There are Twelve Days of Christmas.
And a New Year after that.
Today’s Birthdays: Sherman’s March to the Sea, 151; “It’s a Wonderful Life,” 69.
News Headline: “At Christmas-themed rally, Donald Trump calls Hillary Clinton a ‘snake.’ ”
No more of this until after Christmas.
Every time Donald Trump is quoted, an angel loses his wings.
News Headline: “Millions of asteroids that could threaten our world remain uncatalogued.”
QT earlier today mentioned Asteroid 2015 YB, which was discovered yesterday and will pass closer to Earth than the orbits of some manmade satellites tomorrow.
Asteroid 2015 YB should not be confused with Asteroid 2015 YJ, which was discovered just about now, four days after it passed closer to Earth than the orbits of some man-made satellites.
This can confusing, as any astronomer will tell you.
A school in Wynnewood, Pa., has become the latest to drop Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn from reading list because its accurate description of the place of blacks in the Early South makes some students “uncomfortable.”