The Wall Street Journal – October 2, 2015

With crimes against grammar rising in the age of social media, some people are beginning to take action. The online dating world is a prime battleground.

How do you think your grammar rates,
As you conjugate your verbs (and dates.)


The Wall Street Journal – December 17, 2014

Policing that seven-letter medium falls to a group of state motor vehicle employees who have a knack for solving word puzzles, a Mencken-like command of modern slang, and the disposition of a barroom bouncer.

Know phonetics, slang, have good intel?
If not, U R SOL.


The Wall Street Journal- February 6, 2014

Some find profits in Asia’s of low rollers, with dealers “like robots” five dollars minimums and sparse hotels… Lower-budget gamblers in Macau are a huge market to tap.

In Macau’s casinos, new validation;
You win with market segmentation.


Market Watch- October 17, 2013

What’s more, Boehner is popular (well, at least in the world of Halloween costumes) as well. Dev Mukherjee, the CEO of costume retailer BuyCostumes.com, says that Boehner searches have spiked over the past couple of weeks. “There were more this morning than yesterday even,”

“Trick or Treat” if you espouse,
Boehner as Speaker of the haunted House.


NPR- May 18, 2013

More and more, unpaid and low-paid interns are feeling their labor is being exploited. Some are even willing to push back — with lawsuits.

Between school and life, a brief adjournment?
Or, another form of self- internment?