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Last month I got anchor priced, and I got anchor priced HARD.
I was in Greenville for Deeper Weekend 2015, and I was looking for a gift for my wife and my realtor (same person). I wanted to get her something cool, so I popped into the Mary Praytor Gallery, a cool little boutique art gallery on main street.
One interesting aspect of the pricing at the Mary Praytor Gallery was that absolutely no one was there. No customers, no employees, nobody. I even went into the back and hollered¹, “Any y’all here?” But none of them all were there, effectively making their prices for everything $0.00. Read more
My hair sucks. It sucks bad.
Since my hairline isn’t receding and I don’t have a bald spot, I don’t have male pattern baldness. Instead I’ve got female pattern baldness (FPB), which means really thin hair on top. The sides are bushy as hell, but the top is thinner than an Olsen twin.
I first noticed my FPB in a photo back when I kept my hair buzzed. I loved the buzz cut. No bed head. No hat head. Whenever I did get bed and/or hat head, that was the universe telling me to cut my damn hippy hair. Read more
I don’t do CrossFit. I work out at home. In my garage. Alone. Partly because I’m an antisocial bastard. Partly because I’m cheap. Partly because it’s convenient. But mostly so I can watch TV with the sound on.
Last Tuesday while I was doing dumbbell lunges¹, I caught this segment of The Daily Show.
In it Trevor Noah talks about the Uberization of different service industries, also known as “the gig economy.” According to The Daily Show, the following actually exist: the Uber of healthcare, the Uber of tailors, the Uber of massages, and the Uber of live chicken rentals.
So I had to ask myself, is it possible to Uberfy the accounting profession? And what objectives would have to be met to achieve full Uberfication? Read more