Hi Karl, We came across your blog and wanted to reach out to you. Mutual of Omaha’s aha moment tour is going virtual, and we’re looking for stories just like yours! During the month of November, we are looking for aha moments from the Minneapolis area. On November 29th, we’ll be giving away $1,000 to one lucky local who shares their aha moment story, to help them continue their aha moment journey. Would you be interested in sharing your story?To enter, submit a photo that represents your aha
Uh, sure Anon! What do I do? Wait, Mutual of Omaha has a Tumblr, but you asked my to participate as anonymous? i guess I’ve seen stranger things. What do I do next?
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“The failure of Healthcare.gov is a mess, but it’s not a crime. It could still yet be fixed by the end of this month, and if it is, no one will have been bankrupted or foreclosed on because the site didn’t work at first. If this is a fireable offense, Jamie Dimon should’ve been fired a dozen times by now. But on CNBC, the financial sector is held to a very different standard of conduct and competence than the government, because the financial industry’s pursuit of profit by any means necessary is considered morally superior — indeed, it’s just about the height of human endeavor — to the goal of using the government to help citizens gain access to needed services.”—CNBC discovers a fireable offense (via brooklynmutt)