Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

The argument against ties and flip-flops

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
The late Jonathan Rogers, mayor of El Paso, used to go around and cut ties if he saw any men wearing them. His rationale was that it was silly for men to wear ties given El Paso's heat.

Flip-flops are bad for your back.

Wendy's serves honey mustard salad dressing without corn syrup. McDonald's serves ranch dressing without corn syrup.

According to the American Management Association, while 76% of organizations have e-mail usage or content policies for their employees, less than one in 10 have policies governing the operating of personal blogs on company time.

Linda Rondstadt's musical Pirates of Penzance had a libretto in braille available on request.
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