THINGS YOU CAN’T FIND IN FAKE NEWS
Tidbits from Lester & Charlie’s Wienermobile News Desk
Crash Dummies Embrace American Values
“Dr Stewart Wang, director of the University of Michigan International Center for Automotive Medicine, told ABC News: ‘The dummies over the course of decades have not changed at all. But the overall population has.'” Read more about it here.
A Couple Things To Ponder
Are we better off than we were 70 years ago? If you had time to run a bunch of calculations through calculators that analyze buying power, cost of living indexes and something else (we can’t remember), you would discover that, in adjusted dollars, financially frustrated Ralph Kramden made $63 a week more than today’s average American worker. Just imagine if Alice had been allowed to work, too.
“In the first place, God made idiots. That was for practice.”
Some Birthdays to Remember This Week
~Franklin D. Roosevelt, January 30th, 1882
“Show me a thoroughly satisfied man and I will show you a failure.”
~Thomas A. Edison, February 11, 1847
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge:
It is those who know little — and not those who know much — who so positively assert that
this or that problem will never be solved by science.”
~Charles Darwin, February 12, 1809
Something Fun and Corporate To Do This Week
Take the Corporate Cookbook Challenge! We did — comparing recipes from ConAgra, Costco and Dow Chemicals. We had a clear winner. Read about it here and give it a try for yourself. May the best carcinogen win!