Check it out. Ramit Sethi. Same with money. Would you use it to pay off debt?
What would you do with a free $1,000?
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Ha-Ha Humbug. Middle Tennessee has no shortage of familiar holiday entertainments these days, from Nashville Ballet's reimagined Nutcracker now in its fifth year to Tennessee Rep's A Christmas Story four years and counting to Studio Tenn's third consecutive production of Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Accomplished as these remountings are, there's plenty of room for other companies to lay claim to seasonal good tidings. Case in point: two locally staged comedies that satirically exploit Dickens' Yuletide classic with worthy results. Eberta is all about money, so it's no surprise when her employee, Bob Cratchet, lets it be known that his job does not include health insurance, and hence his son Tiny Tim's surgery has to be put off. Meanwhile, the Cratchet kids hang out on the street break-dancing for tips.
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The jokes about Justin Bieber and the Kardashians seem forced coming from the mouth of the something father, Johnny Gordon Clapp , who relishes dishing out supersize candy to all the kids in the neighborhood. Clapp convincingly plays this latter-day Archie Bunker who dotes on Tucker Carlson. But then he quickly, too quickly for the good of the play, makes a bold confession to his adult daughter, Claire Jenni Putney. Then again, her actors have been given the near-impossible task of having to play high drama in an absurd situation with a few sit-com jokes thrown in the mix.
After the most recent school shooting, this time at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a year old gunman was charged with killing 17 people, debate flows freely, yet again, on how to best prevent these tragedies from ever happening. Anyone with a heart can surely agree this is the overall goal. Anyone suggesting this solution has clearly never experienced a situation like the one seen in Parkland because it oversimplifies the complexity of an active shooter situation, especially in close-quarters.