Monthly Archives: December 2019

All Decade Ovechkin

Recently, there’s a lot of talk about what the “All Decade Team” in the National Hockey League could look like. Each of the different writers crafting them has put together a criteria matrix in which they attempted define and defend … Continue reading

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Don’t Use Your imaginary 401(k) to pay down your crippling Student Loan Debt and other obvious things so-called wonks like Rand Paul should already know

TIAA and MIT AgeLab’s study, “Student Loan Debt: The Multigenerational Effects on Relationships and Retirement,” found 84% of respondent said Student Debt was negatively affecting their ability to save for retirement. TD Bank’s Student Debt Impact Survey found that 78% … Continue reading

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Capital Chaos: Win, Lose or Draw

I keep saying don’t read the comments and yet, I keep reading them. This time, a cranky Caps fan complained, “At this point is Kuzy ever going to improve at the dot? He’s been steadily terrible since he arrived in … Continue reading

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