A friend's teenage nephews Joshua and Caleb Cajiuat were involved in a bad car wreck on Monday, Nov 30, 2009 at 3:40 p.m. They were one mile from home. Caleb was released but still very sore Josh is still in the hospital in the ICU. Josh has had a traumatic brain injury and broken bones. … Continue reading Urgent Request
One of my friend's David has started a blog devoted to providing financial literacy for teens and young adults. He has created a survey and could use some input. If you are between the ages of 16-25 or know someone who is stop by and help him out.
For those of you following the saga of the X-Box Moron, the moron finally did something sort of right. Jesse McPherson now has his X-Box & Mac back. It seems that the moron and his mother dropped the stuff off on McPherson's doorstep. He received a phone call to look outside for the items. They … Continue reading Another ID10T Award Winner — Final Update
The saga with this kid just keeps getting better. Found a phone conversation with kid's mother on YouTube. It seems the mom isn't much brighter than her moron offspring. It seems that the thinks the word interview and fight sound or mean the same. I give the Moron's mother a runner up ID10T award. You … Continue reading Another ID10T Award Winner — UPDATED!!
For many students athletic scholarships are viewed as the ticket to a bright future. Many parents sacrifice a lot in an effort to help their promising young athlete will be able to compete on the next level. Many parents have an unrealistic expectation that every good athlete will get a full ride and somehow their … Continue reading Sports Scholarships Are the Ticket to a College Education? Wrong!
High school senior Brad Walker from Rockwood, TN has found a solution to high gas prices. He has decided to ride his horse, Pumpkin, to school. It takes him about 45 minutes to make the four mile trek from his home to school. The cost is about $1 a day. His "green" plan may come … Continue reading Solution to High Gas Price