Two years of build-up had left me with some lofty expectations and I was pleased (but not surprised) to find that Colors did not disappoint.
I don’t consider myself to be a math guy, but I’ve been known to enjoy a good graph every once in a while. There’s something kind of satisfying in seeing a visual representation of a cause and effect relationship. I wouldn’t opt for a graph, but I’ll take it if it’s right in front of […]
During my time as a shift supervisor at Goodwill, we had an issue with customers sticking their hands into large hampers filled with glass. Throughout the day, sales associates would wheel these ride-on lawnmower-sized hampers filled with priced house-goods onto the sales floor and stock the merchandise in the appropriate aisles. Upon seeing these hampers, […]
In fact, I think that critics who claim that Everything Now is unsatisfying or ineffective are missing the point.
I first encountered Jay P. Dolan’s The Irish Americans: A History while working at Goodwill. Being of mostly Irish descent and a fan of nonfiction, I took the book off the shelf and flipped through its pages. Part of me (most likely the Irish side) was interested in learning more about the Irish’s relationship with […]