Here’s one way to combat the shortage of truck drivers. Reconfigure your trucks so you don’t need drivers. Problem solved. is taking that route, as they… Read more »
Day: June 21, 2021
What The Puck? Legendary Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck Unable To Open Some Iconic Eateries Because He Can’t Find Waiters Willing To Earn Six Figure Salaries.
He’s not only Hollywood royalty, and a celebrity chef, he’s the original Hollywood Celebrity Chef, recognized by his first name only and someone who’s as famous as… Read more »
Justin Bieber has come a long way from crooning ballads on his guitar from his mom’s Toronto apartment. The mega star pop sensation has the world at… Read more »
Are You On Crack? Anonymous Buyers Lining Up To Purchase Hunter Biden’s College Artwork Selling For Up To $500K Per Piece!
Say this about Hunter Biden: He literally has no shame. In fact, you can count on some new unsavory, gross, weird or unethical story featuring the first… Read more »
Dana White Is Really Good At Blackjack. He’s Taken Millions From Vegas Casinos And Is Permanently Banned By One.
UFC president Dana White doesn’t need to use his blackjack talent to earn money; he’s worth roughly $500 million already. But White claims he’s good enough to… Read more »
In an Olympian-sized development, a transgender athlete has been selected to compete as part of the New Zealand women’s weightlifting team for the Tokyo Olympics beginning next… Read more »
Remote Control! Texas Residents “Voluntarily” Gave Texas Power Companies The Ability to Set Their Thermostat During Het Wave.
Many Texans found the power company was turning up their thermostats during a heat wave last week and, while that’s a little Big Brother-ish, it turns out… Read more »
The next step in trying to combat the nationwide worker shortage is the enlisting of liaison companies to help businesses find potential employees. While that may well… Read more »
The Supreme Court Sends The NCAA A Wakeup Call! Unanimously Rules College Athletes Can Receive Education-Related Benefits.
Score one for of the “student” part of college athletics’ “student-athlete” model. In a landmark ruling sure to provide ripple effects in the coming months and years,… Read more »
Amazon Doesn’t Sell Every Product In Their Warehouse. That Means Tens Of Millions Of Items Are Destroyed Each Year.
The upside of being a trillion dollar company like is you rule the world when it comes to online retail. You literally have no competition. The… Read more »