Freddie says he doesn’t understand why Don doesn’t cut the act and get them both a job elsewhere, and Don says it’s because he has a job in two months, as Freddie points out, and they’ve already gotten through Christmas and the Super Bowl without him. Soon it will be Easter. “I’ve been there.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileCaptain Awesome, formally known as Douglas Allen Smith Jr., poses for a photo with his identification card in Eugene, Ore. (Brian Davies/The Register Guard/Associated Press)An unemployed cabinet installer in Eugene, Ore., has legally changed his name to Captain Awesome.Douglas Allen Smith Jr., said he was inspired by the nickname of a character on NBC’s popular spy comedy Chuck, Dr. Devon (Captain Awesome) Woodcomb.The man formerly known as Douglas said a skeptical judge granted his request to change names last month on strict conditions that he wasn’t changing it for fraudulent reasons, The Associated Press reported.Have you ever thought about changing your name? What creative or unusual names have you come across? Let us know in the comments below.Have you ever thought about changing your name?online survey(This survey is not scientific.
I know this sounds rediculous, but I’ve had this happen to me on quite a few occasions. A woman comes in with a shaved head, has much less than an A cup, is clearly dressed in men’s clothing, and has a moustache. So she gets to the checkout lane, and the cashier says “Hello, Sir.
(Disclosure: McIntyre was one of my first bosses 21 years ago at a publication that no longer exists!)Nike is also finding that putting its trademark logo on something is not a guarantee of success.The company announced last week that it was exiting the golf equipment business, a move that will mean that top Nike endorsers like Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods (if/when he plays again) will need to find new drivers and putters.Related: Top golfers shun Rio, but Callaway CEO still excitedNike’s move follows the decision by Adidas earlier this year to try and find a buyer for its TaylorMade golf business. It’s a sign that there is still room for smaller specialty sports companies, such as golf equipment pure play Callaway. (ELY)Of course, it would be silly to count Nike out.
Stick up for your crew. Always be polite on the water around other crews, but don be afraid to assert yourself in order to give your crew an advantage in training or anything. A crew will appreciate a cox who turns up to bat for them during busy training sessions/defends them from angry coaches or marshals/etc.