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The Evening Post: How Air Conditioning Is Warming The World

Summer 2021 is shaping up to be one of the hottest in history, as the effects of climate change are becoming ever clearer. Naturally, that’s led to an increase in global demand […]

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Sunday Discussion: How The Olympics Became So Expensive For Host Cities

Welcome to Sunday Discussion. Each week, this post will feature a serious topic that needs to be featured and talked about. You can “discuss” it on your own social media networks as […]

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Explore How YouTube Became An Internet Video Giant

With more than 500 hours of video uploaded every minute and over 1 billion hours watched every day, Google’s YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine. And its meteoric growth hasn’t […]

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Sunday Discussion: Why Climate Change Denial Still Exists In The U.S.

Welcome to Sunday Discussion.  Each week, this post will feature a serious topic that needs to be featured and talked about.  You can “discuss” it on your own social media networks as […]

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Explore Why Olive Garden Is Struggling

Let’s get this out straight, Olive Garden is not true authentic Italian cooking!  How do I know, my mom has married an Italian husband, and the food at Olive Garden is not […]

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Sunday Discussion: Why Pizza Hut Fell Behind In The Pizza Wars

This video comes from CNBC.  Before the pandemic, Pizza Hut was already falling behind its competitors. It was the largest pizza chain by global sales until Domino’s overtook them in 2017. Three […]

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Sunday Discussion: Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods

Living here in Anniston, Alabama, this video from CNBC is a must watch.  So, why are grocery stores not opening in Black and poor neighborhoods? A food desert is an area with […]

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Roadscapes Wednesday: Why U.S. Roads And Highways Are So Bad

The roads, highways and bridges across the country are funded, owned and maintained by a complex cluster of different government agencies at the local, state and federal levels.  Roads and highways are […]

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The Evening Post: Can Wendy’s Beat McDonald’s And Burger King

Wendy’s is sick of losing the fast-food wars to McDonald’s and Burger King.  To fix that, it’s turning to breakfast and customers outside the U.S.  In early 2020, it’s going to add […]

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Roadscapes Wednesday: How Much Do Traffic Jams Cost The U.S. Economy

On this Roadscapes, let’s talk about those pesky traffic jams we sometimes encounter. If you’re like the 76% of Americans who drive to work alone, you’ve probably commuted in stop-and-go traffic with no […]

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