Dear Alabama State Revenue Department,
Tim Tebow is getting another chance at his football dream.
It’s amazing what someone can determine about you through your answers to just a few questions. I found this out after taking a 10-question online psychological perception test over the weekend.
In case you didn’t know, April is plumb full of national holidays.
“Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today. There may be a tax on it by then.”
The last time I remember doing some form of hardcore math was during the latter stages of my college career. It was a calculus class, which is a routine course to take in college. But my situation was different for a couple of reasons. First, I was one of those rare birds who was taking the class as an elective, and second, I, as a journalism major, was not supposed to like math.
Around 2011, I declared a sort of ‘moratorium’ on the evening news.
I remember in my first conversation with Drew Davis, the day after he was hired as Section’s baseball coach in the summer of 2007, and he was talking about building the Lions into a power program.
My alma mater, Ohio University, made national headlines last week, but it wasn’t for particularly good reasons. The story involved bats, a broken foot and the protest of the potential purchase of a $1 million-plus home for the university president and his wife. And while the bats made the story unique, I believe the underlying sentiment behind the protest is felt at colleges and universities nationwide.
Thanks to the Alabama Legislature, I can be a teacher if I want. The best part is I don’t even have to go to school to do so.