Most sunglasses and even prescription glasses are manufactured, sold and even prescribed by people who work for just one company – Luxottica. As one would expect from a near-monopoly, Luxottica jacks up prices and stifles or outright buys out its competitors.
(PG-13: Language) Thanks to years of research and the Internet, we’re now aware more than ever of the myriad benefits of buying locally-grown produce. But thanks to laziness, that awareness barely translates into anything fruitful.
Capt. Picard and the NCC-1701-D fight Darth Vader and the Death Star in a battle to determine who’s dorkier. Is it the jargon-spewing slumber party or the cult of rave toys? All we know is we wish there was a Star Riker show.
“Oh! Nice to meet you hungry, I’m Dad!” Two of the corniest fathers on Earth have a showdown at a family restaurant. Everybody loses. We call this one Once a Pun a Time in the West. BA-BAM! We could totally beat these guys. That’s sad.
(NSFW: Language) This argument seems counter-intuitive and callous at first but it’s actually pretty simple. Tipping lets restaurants get away with lower wages for their servers. But until they raise said wages, we need to leave tips.