You're always shopping for your next car. Even if you just bought a car, you're shopping for your next one. Credit is cheap, new cars are as good as they've ever been, it's a good time to be a car buyer.
What are you looking at for your next vehicle purchase? Is another kid on the way so you're thinking of expanding? (Get a van, not a crossover http://jalopnik.com/if-youre-a-real-grown-up-minivans-are-cooler-than-cros-1764226230)
Did the kids graduate so you're an empty nester and thinking of downsizing? Are there no kids so you've always had fun cars?
What's next? Why? Maybe someone on the board made a similar shopping choice soon and you'll get some semi-solicited advice. Maybe you're my sister and you got a Highlander instead of a van and we'll all ridicule you.
(Sorry for missing a few weeks, I'll try to have a thread every tuesday until the end of OT season)
The competition for "most Ohio thing ever" is going to be strong this year. Another good candidate with this ruling from the Ohio Supreme Court; the ruling upholds a lower court decision which had invalidated a law prohibiting police from having sex with minors. Or, as the headline says:
Ohio Court Says Police Are Legally Allowed To Have Sex With Children
There will be a Michigan version of these shoes coming out next month, probably will look almost like the LSU one.
I thought this might be right up some MGoUser's alley - the Smithsonian Museum of American History is hiring a brew taster/historian to travel the country for three years. This guy (or gal) will taste local craft brews and write reports about them. From the story:
No, you don’t have to document beer from the dawn of time. This position is part of the Smithsonian’s food history initiative. The beer industry was all but extinct after Prohibition. It took years for not only the industry, but American beer consumption to rebound to what it was prior to 1919. For this position, the candidate will focus the American brewing industry from the 1960’s forward.
Sadly, its not just taste testing. The Smithsonian being a museum, and all, they will want you to actually provide museum quality content, I suppose... But its a 3-yr gig at ~$60K/yr, maybe some newly minted PhD could use a job? Here's the job app...