One of the most popular shows on television for 14 seasons since its debut in 2003, Myth Busters has been getting to the bottom of urban legends, unraveling paradox, and frankly, blowing a lot of stuff up along the way. After filming 282 episodes before the show was cancelled in March of 2016, Myth Busters has almost single handedly made science, physics, and engineering cool again with its brand of “science entertainment” with colorful hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman.
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In part one of this blog we brought you 25 rich, steamy and delicious facts about Starbucks, the world’s most popular coffee brand. Here are 25 more perfectly roasted and heavily-caffeinated facts about Starbucks, including our vote for the nicest coffee store in the world!
1. Starbucks was originally based with a nautical theme to celebrate founding city Seattle’s seaport identity, so their logo also has a maritime design.
2. In fact, inspiration for the Starbucks logo came from a ... Continue Reading →
Or, more accurately, I should ask you if you know your FICO scores (plural) because the credit scoring giant calculates several versions of your credit worthiness number, based on which lender is looking.
When lenders come to FICO to access your credit score, there could be wild variations in the number they received, depending on what kind of loan you’re applying for. It’s estimated that FICO (originally The Fair Isaacs Corporation), the preeminent scoring model in the industry, generates up to ... Continue Reading →
Do you fully understand how your credit score it calculated and reported? You probably know that you should always pay your bills on time, not max out credit cards, and keep up to date on your mortgage, but if you’re still a little shaky on how the rest of it works, you’re not alone. However, there’s a whole lot beyond the basics of credit score and sound financial practices that the vast majority of Americans have no clue about!
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We miss Zig. For those of you in the business of selling real estate, mortgages, or any other type of sales who were lucky enough to hear him speak or even meet him, you probably miss him, too. In fact, ‘Zig’ Zigler (his real name was Hilary Hinton Zigler) left a lasting legacy when he passed away of pneumonia at the age of 86 in 2012. His sales wisdom and motivation techniques not only inspired us to be better sales ... Continue Reading →