I'm sure you haven't forgotten about the star-studded selfie that Ellen Degeneres took at the Oscars. I can't believe that it actually crashed Twitter. A few awesome parodies of that photo have found their way online. One comes from Simpsons creator Matt Groening, who says, "The ugly true story of that Oscar® selfie can finally be told! Let's break Twitter again. Look for Bart." This next photo was tweeted by Iain Heath, who said "@TheEllenShow told everyone to 'retweet' her Oscars selfie. I thought she said 'rebuild' it ...in LEGO." The Lego Group posted this photo saying, "the real #Oscars #selfie… sort of." Then finally we have one by Phil Edwards who says, "The real truth behind the #Oscars selfie. They Live! Obey Consume,"
Were they joking around or were they serious? That’s what some folks are probably wondering when they saw Piers Morgan interview Chelsea Handler on CNN’s Piers Morgan Live on Monday night, as the two were engaged in a heated exchange.
There’s an interesting paradox happening in the U.S. labor market: Today there are more incentives than ever for a healthy, prosperous retirement. Yet over the same time period since investment options like 401(k)’s become available, people have been choosing to work further into their golden years.
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