Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Random Acts of Fraud

Random acts of kindness are meant to make someone's day a little brighter. Usually the intent is to inspire others to pass along the favor and make another person's day by also doing something kind. Eventually, if multiple acts of kindness reach enough people,...

More Than a Dime a Dozen

The idiom ''A Dime a Dozen'' refers to something that is easy to come by or common. It could also refer to the price of a dozen eggs way back in the 19th century, but today's reference for the expression points to one bad...

Employing Guilt

Guilt is an emotion that humans experience when they believe they've violated a moral standard. Guilt is usually followed by remorse or regret. Let's say for example, you saw someone drop $20 out of their coat pocket on the street. The morally responsible act...

Roll Tide on Fraud

Have you ever heard the thunderous roar of an Alabama crowd screaming? ''Roll tide, roll?'? If you're not a football fan, it's safe to say the University of Alabama has one of the finest football programs in the nation. Beyond the field, fans gather...

Sorry Doesn’t Cut It

You've heard it in countless country songs, movies and maybe even your own life? ''Sorry doesn't cut it.'' So why is it that people think they can get away with a simple ''sorry,'' no matter how heartfelt? According to a Newsday article, one Long...

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