A town in North Carolina is holding a “zombie survival” event this month to let people practice for the zombie apocalypse we KNOW we’ll all face someday.
News of the death of retail has been greatly exaggerated. Yes, many national chains are closing locations. But the facts tell the story not of a ‘retail apocalypse’ but rather of retail evolution.
Submitted By: W Joel Gridley I would like to have a very uncomfortable, but honest and pragmatic discussion about two hot button issues; gun control and abortion. If you lean too far left OR right and are incapable of hearing the other sides' viewpoint, please stop...
Are social media networks legally responsible for your status updates or are they immune for any damage a status update can cause under the first amendment? I need clarity!
Not every personal injury case will make it to the courthouse. Some businesses and persons will prefer to settle it outside of the court, especially if they feel the settlement is fair or don’t want to ruin their reputation. However, a client shouldn’t count on that being the case.
We are living in an age of fast communications and responses. We yearn for instant approval and gratification. We use the technology given to us to order clothes, food, entertainment, and above all…human contact. But, when is enough, enough?
Like many people these days, I have a ring smart camera that comes with an app called “Neighbors” which lets you post updates or ads. I came across this unusual exchange and now I have questions.
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