Gluten Actually Unbinds Us?

We can all rest now, a very popular cereal has finally made it possible for us to eat together because as you know, this was a problem before their ingenuity kicked in.

I admit, I like to read stuff while I eat and okay, do other stuff. Newspapers and magazines (and now online media) is great but I also enjoy reading the boxes that products come in. i.e., food, soap, toothpaste whatever. This is where the real marketing gems can be found and how these products are not just effective, but actually are changing the world, one family at a time. Continue reading “Gluten Actually Unbinds Us?”

Political Correctness: Respect Or Overkill?

Hello! We’ve started a new category call The Back Room where you can come chat and have a laugh. Leave your political correctness at the door and have a laugh with us!

Political Correctness: Respect Or Overkill?

In business there many occasions where training and other materials are written and presented. In the past, when referring to someone in a certain role, they would be referred to as “him” or “he”. When the attorney reviews a file, “he” must be cognizant of… If the police officer encounters a dangerous situation, “he” should call for back-up… etc. Continue reading “Political Correctness: Respect Or Overkill?”

Station Eleven Book Review

Station Eleven: Book Review by Mike

4 stars


Station Eleven Book Review






Station Eleven Book Review

“Station Eleven”, authored by Canadian writer, Emily St. John Mandel is a truly inspiring piece of fiction, one that transcends time, space and the human spirit.

The story begins in downtown Toronto, in the midst of the tumultuous life of famous stage and screen actor, Arthur Leander. Little do we know that his personal tragedy which occurs that first night was merely a harbinger of even greater devastation to come. Continue reading “Station Eleven Book Review”

Killing Jesus Book Review

Killing Jesus: Book Review by Mike

2.5 stars for Killing Jesus Book


Killing Jesus Book Review






Killing Jesus Review

I was enticed to pick up a copy of this non fiction book “Killing Jesus, A History” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard after hearing him on Imus in the Morning several times on my way to work. I was also intrigued to read “Killing Lincoln” but after starting with “Jesus” I think I’ll pass.

Killing Jesus details the historical and political events that led to the demise of the most influential man in world history: Jesus of Nazareth. Continue reading “Killing Jesus Book Review”

Over the Edge of the World Book Review

Over the Edge of the World: book review by Mike.

5 stars
OvertheEdge of the World book

Buy Over the Edge of the World: Magellan’s Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe


Over The Edge of The World Recommendation:

To all lovers of historical literature I highly recommend Laurence Bergreen’sOver the Edge of the World”.

If you are picking up this book, it is likely that you already know something about Ferdinand Magellan and his famous circumnavigation of the globe from 1519 to 1521. However, the detail Bergreen goes into regarding the geopolitical landscape of the time and the events leading up to Magellan’s voyage is impressive and may not be known to the casual reader of historical works. “Over the Edge of the World” employs impeccable research and a variety of little known first-hand accounts to weave a story that rivals any popular novel. Continue reading “Over the Edge of the World Book Review”