“I Want to Live Happily Ever After.” This sentiment is understandable in a child. Vulnerable and inexperienced, their growth relies on fantasy to some degree. But retirement services aren’t peddled to children.
“Make time for life,” advises Armitron, a company that manufactures affordable watches for men and women. But examine the slogan closer and its meaning begins to fragment.
After biding their time for four years, many people are happy to simply hold their noses again. Enjoy the flashback…
The Hilfigers may or may not hold a place in our imaginations, but assembled as such, they do appeal to our sense of personal identity.
Black Friday turned an ominous profit this year as customers rioted over discounted merchandise in Walmarts across the country, in some cases trampling and bludgeoning others to death.
A persistent taste for adventure can be a sign of passion and even progress, but it can also be a sign of spiritual stagnation and cultural decadence.