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What Were They Thinking #28 The train wreck of SNL ’80

Saturday Night Live is an institution and when the original cast (minus Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi...

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The Aaron Judge Memorabilia Bubble

I’ve lost enough money in the tech and real estate bubble to recognize another bubble. The craze i...

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What Were They Thinking #27 A&P goes from 16,000 stores to oblivion

From 1915 through 1975, A&P (corporate name was the Greater Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company) ...

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GLOW is great

Yes, I’ll admit it: I watched the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW). GLOW didn’t exactly have ...

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Dunkirk is a heck of a movie

Most Americans probably think that World War II started on December 7, 1941, forgetting the fact tha...

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Marvel Shows How You Can Make A Deal

In the late 1990’s Marvel was a publicly traded company where their shares were $3-4. They had rec...

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Some Dak Prescott Autographed Cards are Fake and this is a big thing

Sports trading cards today is a business that is still just a fraction of what it was in the late 19...

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An Introduction to Wegman’s

Anytime I am in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, my family and I must make a trip to Wegmans. For most of...

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What Were They Thinking #25 E.J. Korvette’s goes beyond what they knew

70 years ago, the retail business was quite different. There was no Wal-Mart and Target and there we...

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What Were They Thinking #26 Schlitz cuts corners, commits corporate suicide

While Budweiser is called the King of Beers, it wasn’t always the case. By the way, Bud Light outs...