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I recently read an editorial in the Asbury Park Press on 5 reasons why millennials like me can't handle marriage anymore, including crippling finances, social media, and 'virtually non-existant sex.' And I couldn't help but think it was a complete crock.
Like many, I see obnoxious, annoying, or generally ridiculous things on my Facebook newsfeed everyday. I normally ignore them, or if it's consistent, I'll simply hide that person's posts, so I don't have to see it anymore. But one person's recent post struck a nerve.
The 2014 Winter Olympics take place in Sochi, Russia next month, with the Opening Ceremonies happening two weeks from today. Unfortunately for our athletes, they'll be presented to the world wearing an outfit one would expect to see at an ugly sweater party.
It's extremely rare that a company, store, or other establishment does something that bothers me so much that I will boycott, or refuse to visit the location. I've seen several things this weekend though that simply have me confused, shaking my head, and wondering what they are thinking.
Remember back in May when Abercrombie & Fitch faced a ton of backlash because of their controversial stance against fat and/or 'uncool' shoppers? It seems they got the message, as they've made a very surprising announcement.
It's one of the most unbelievably sad stories, and at the same time infuriating. A man who served his country, and fought for his fellow citizens' freedom, killed at the hands of heartless cowards for seemingly no reason.
Mantoloking was one of the hardest hit areas when Sandy slammed the Jersey Shore. Plans for restoration are in the works and nearly ready to begin, but five residents are holding up progress for the entire town.