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The NCAA men's basketball tournament has begun. And it's a good bet fans are cheering the CBS Sports decision to offer free online viewing.
At the same time, global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas said it's unlikely America's bosses are jumping through hoops.
Over the 16 days of the tournament, the total loss could climb as high as $3.8 billion.
CEO John Challenger suggested employers might want to expand their Internet blockers to include college basketball sites and encourage workers to refrain from watching entire games at their desks. He also suggested keeping a TV in a break room tuned to coverage.
Yeah, why try to fight it…? I mean honestly, people at work are talking about it, so is everyone in high school, college- we should make it a national holiday vacation break for the United States? Who's with me? Article here.
Villanova basketball star Allan Ray had his eyeball literally poked out of its socket by an opposing player in a recent game. Ray has been treating the injury with eye drops, and he planned to meet with doctors to find out if he can play in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
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What should you do if your eyeball comes out of your head? Get it put back in, and soon. The longer you remain in this rare condition—known as "globe luxation"—the more strain you'll put on the blood vessels and nerves that connect your eye to the rest of your head.
You should be able to get your eye back in place without serious, long-term damage. (If the ocular muscles tear or if the optic nerve is severed, your outlook won't be as clear.) The treatment for globe luxation is pretty simple: Doctors apply some topical painkillers, hold back your lashes, and poke your eyeball into its socket by pressing on the white part with gloved fingers. (In some cases, they'll use a simple tool like a bent paperclip to shoehorn it back into place.) You might get antibiotics, lubricating drops, or steroids to follow up for a few days while your vision returns to normal. If your doctors can't pop your eye back in—because you've got too much swelling in the socket, for example—they'll give you an eye shield and consider a more invasive procedure.
Security cameras caught a robber on tape at a convenience store in Pelham, Georgia even though he had a milk crate on his head.
The 57 percent of American drivers who say they don't use their turn signals for changing lanes.
A Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, woman whose husband's cremated remains were accidentally sold in a garage sale last weekend has gotten them back.
The Pocono Record ran a story about how much they wanted the statuette back, and the paper reports today that the woman who bought it returned it yesterday, on what would have been Brian Hanlon's 45th birthday.
Jane Hanlon says her mom jokes that her son-in-law went on vacation for his birthday.
Wow, imagine how she felt when she realized she sold her husband for only 30 dollars! She’s lucky she lives in a small town. Article here.
So I’m really not sure how legal this is… but a cop is selling ‘traffic ticket tips’ via eBay.
The way you purchase this ‘top 10 list’ is per rule/comment.
When it comes to sex and romance, Canadians would rather watch television or surf the net.
Curtis Gokey has only himself to blame for an accident, but he sued anyway.