Marking your tires with chalk is trespassing, not law enforcement, the federal appeals panel said in a Michigan case. That parking officer who swipes a chalk mark on your tire to keep track of how long
This author stumbled on a new trick that allowed him to finish more business books (and it’s not listening to audiobooks). We all need to read more. Warren Buffett spends 80% of his day reading. Bill reads
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A 56-year-old government employee from Cleveland named Tom Pavelka had the "highest credit score in America" in 2012, the Daily Mail reported at the time. His near-perfect 848 ranked "higher than 100 of