Well, we may be about a half century late. But, as is said. 'better late than never.'
Bravo (sort of) to Krugman; better late than never. It's too late for Argentina's economy, however.
Better late than never! (the late entry will no be begrudged by those in Kobani who end up beijng spared)
The #1 reason to join a fraternity or sorority is the opportunity to forge deep and powerful relationships that will last a life time. My fraternity brothers -- now almost 20 years out of college -- remain my closest friends despite being scattered across the globe. Most of us have fantastic careers and loving families. Fraternity life is a double edged sword though. I look back at all the drinking and wish I was more focused on my studies. To me, this side of 'frat life' is much more concerning than problems related to 'additional fees' outlined in this article. We certainly did not bear these kinds of expenses at my fraternity. I went to a smaller, New England liberal arts college and the fraternity dues were negligible. We most certainly did NOT have late payments or actual 'bills.' Most of our operations were self-financed though...charge $5 per cup * 500 attendees = $2,500 (or enough to throw free late night parties, tailgates, DJs, etc. for the rest of the semester). We hired the band Phish to play a concert and charged something like $25 apiece (thousands of kids must have attended). I can't remember the exact details but the fraternity made a fortune on that show. Honestly, it was a fantastic lesson in capitalism as our operations were essentially entirely dependent on throwing profitable events. At that time, my fraternity was just a small group of self-organized friends.
Exactly. The idea that they are up late due to their poor widdle "circadian" rhythms is a pathetic excuse -- they are up late because they are texting friends, on Facebook, playing video games.Though I have no idea what "hot Cheerios" are.
Are the D's too late?Only 30 years too late and a $100billion short.It's the Dems we are talking about.