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It seems like every time I walk into Wal-Mart I get pissed off. Well let me backtrack, maybe such deep resentment is reserved for the Wal-Mart near my home. If I made a little more money I would exclusively shop at Publix , because my experiences at this Wal-Mart are frustrating and unbearable. And my sentiment seems to be shared with the majority of Wal-Mart’s current and growing number of former customers. Read More Do Not Follow the Wal-Mart Formula

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To put it plain and simple the replacement refs covering the NFL games are pretty much horrific, a complete embarrassment to the organization. Currently the NFL is in a lockout situation with the veteran refs who have years of experience covering NFL games and also have years of knowledge when it comes to rules and game play. The refs in place have no such experience or knowledge and it really shows when you are forced to watch these horribly called games. It is as if every week it gets worse and worse, leaving you puzzled in amazement as to how this debacle can continue to go on. Blatant calls that any fan can make seem to be blind to these replacements and this is even with them having the luxury of replay review. It seems like the refs want to outdo themselves on how much more inefficient and dumbfounded they can become. The whole occurring fiasco is a major distraction for the NFL and just continuous to further piss off fans, players and coaches. Read More Why You Do Not Want a NFL Ref Lockout Situation

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As most know The University of Kentucky has just won the NCAA National Men’s Basketball Championship. This was a team led by 3 freshmen and 2 sophomores, who all had great individual talent but performed with a team mindset. No one tried to outshine the other teammate but instead looked to assist one another fight towards the shared goal: a championship title. Their superstar Antony Davis never got arrogant and felt he deserved to be the only option and demand the ball every possession. Bench players did not get jealous and envious of the starters and corrupt the team flow. Everyone accepted their position and role in order to accomplish what all teams set out to do; become national champions. Read More Is Your Business Team Kentucky Focused?

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