reading BusinessWeek

http://prizehis.space/2018 buzz aldrin young My parents get magazine subscriptions, so I have the benefit of being able to read BusinessWeek, Fortune, and Newsweek.

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date abend frankfurt click Granted, I attend a public university that has an emphasis on research, but I really wish I saw more of the real world in our classrooms. I hate theory so much.
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Something slightly…disturbing…was a short note in the same magazine about MassMutual http://hammerproblem.live/2018/08 vandkulturhus valby åbningstider “offering estate planning with creature comforts in mind.” “Now you can get help setting up a trust fund to ensure that your pet gets quality care when you pass on.”

infrastrukturprojekte arge estw You’ve got to be kidding me. Trust funds for PETS? I continue to be baffled by the world.

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