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One-and-Done: giant floating cities edition

To my kids’ everlasting dismay, I have sworn off cruise ships.  All cruise ships.  Period.

“Little” cruise ships (is there even such a thing?), huge cruise ships, cruise ships BrightSide claims are “so large you’ll never even feel them move” – all are a Big. 610 more words

Humor

Opponents of the One-and-Done Ignore the Facts

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has a new book coming out about his relationship with legendary coach John Wooden. To promote it, he is making the rounds on a press tour. 669 more words

College

Urban Decay Naked Skin One & Done Review

Since I have been wearing makeup daily for work, it’s no surprise that I go through foundation pretty quickly these days.

I’ve ran out of my beloved… 539 more words

Beauty

One and Done: Jeff Speakman as “Jeff” in “The Perfect Weapon”

Kevin: We kicked off our “One and Done” series – examining the actors Hollywood tried and failed to turn into action stars – with 1985’s… 2,639 more words

Jeff Speakman

The Pressures Of One And Done

By Jamal Murphy

Much has been discussed and debated about the so-called one-and-done era in college basketball. Based on the NBA mandate that players must be at least one year out of high school before they can enter the NBA draft, the result is often players enrolling in college for a matter of months, before jumping to the professional ranks. 1,439 more words

Voices

Refuse to Lose (or how John Calipari was 'One and Done' before it was a Thing

ESPN’s new 30 for 30 documentary focuses on John Calipari and his rise to coaching success at the University of Kentucky, success due in large part to his acceptance of the controversial One and Done rule in the National Basketball League. 605 more words

30 For 30

Thinking About – Don’t Get Your Hopes Up – Baby Spacing

Well, after all that gift discussion (after which I begrudgingly admit that even though my husband has The Exact Opposite Feelings on the topic to me, he is not the only one and maybe I should give him a break), my family visited my in-laws for spring break and I brought lots of wearable gifts my mother-in-law has bought us over the years, and she noticed and commented on ALL of it, in an affirming I’m-so-happy-you-actually-wear-that! 1,551 more words

The Great Unknowable Future