We all live at home with our parents because we can’t afford our own homes. This falsehood is perhaps the most pervasive, but according to the research group The Network on Transitions to Adulthood, while as many as half of young adults under the age of 24 live at home, 85 percent of them live on their own between ages 25 and 29, and 93 percent have left by age 30. Even more noteworthy is the fact that these numbers, and the overall uptick in 20 somethings living at home as compared to the 1970s, predates the economic downturn.
Urge this Congress to finally pass the legislation we need to better meet the evolving threat of cyber attacks, combat identity theft, and protect our children information, the President said. We don act, we leave our nation and our economy vulnerable. If we do, we can continue to protect the technologies that have unleashed untold opportunities for people around the globe..
No smart ase, not James Jones, who has benefited from his reputation as one of basketball great teammates by making it to the past six NBA Finals. We talking about The King, LeBron James.For four seasons with the Miami Heat and the past two back in his hometown of Cleveland, James has dragged his teams to one of sport biggest stages and he seemingly never misses a beat.Say what you want about his jumpshot, ability in the clutch or relationships with his sidekicks, there no disputing the Akron native otherworldly durability.Despite sometimes carrying whole teams on his back, James never misses a game, and it all because of an obsessive dedication to his body and a half billion dollar bank balance that funds the whole operation.INSANE COST OF GREATNESSIt’s an Ohio thing. You wouldn’t get it if you’re not from there.Simmons recounted a conversation he had with James business partner Maverick Carter, who told him the one aspect of James people understand the least is how hard he works on his body.spends like $1.5 million (A$2 million) a year on his body, Simmons said on his podcast.
Where will you be on October 21, 2015? If you geek out over ’80s movies, you’ll be breathlessly waiting for Marty McFly to make his arrival via flying Delorean, a laBack to the Future II.(FYI: Not a documentary.) But if you geek out over ’80s moviesandfashion, you’ll be first in line to buy a pair of self lacing sneaks just like the “futuristic” high tops that Michael J. Fox sports in the movie. Nike just announced they have patented an automatic lacing technology and will be selling the shoes this fall.