Neal Pollard On May 7, Bill McGee wrote in a USA Today article about the crashed Aeroflot plane that killed 41 of the passengers onboard: “Reports from people on the plane indicate the evacuation may have been slowed by passengers grabbing their bags. Videos show passengers taking their carry-on bags with them as they exited … Continue reading Distracted And Delayed By Baggage
Neal Pollard A few years ago, the American Psychological Association named Denver the city with the most stressed out people in America. 75% of Denver residents are too stressed out about job and money, with half of Denverites saying their stress had significantly increased over the past year. Doctors and researchers have long connected a … Continue reading DEALING WITH STRESS
Neal Pollard Well, according to a London survey, it takes--for the average person--about 1.5 million dollars to make one happy. One NBC analyst says that by knowing you make more than the Joneses next door, you are likely to be quite happy. As usual, we give our thanks to the experts. Are they better informed … Continue reading How Much Will It Take To Make You Happy?
Neal Pollard One of the most recent lottery winners, Jesus Davila, Jr., has an interesting backstory. He once spent 12 years behind bars for the manufacturing and selling of cocaine, a felony. This week, he claimed $127 million after taxes. Sounds like a rags to riches kind of story, doesn’t it? It is interesting, and … Continue reading “WINNING THE LOTTERY”
Neal Pollard Being a Rockies' fan has its ups and downs—historically, there have been more downs than ups, I'm afraid. Being no-hit last night by Dodger's pitcher Clayton Kershaw was pretty low! While it was only the third time in franchise history that no Rockies' hitter got a hit in an official baseball game, there … Continue reading Where’s Greg Reynolds Today?