Chris Opfer is the Capitol Hill Reporter for Bloomberg BNA’s Daily Labor Report, a go-to source of news and information for the country’s labor leaders, leading businesses and employment lawyers. Chris reports daily from the U.S. Capitol, covering both chambers of Congress and developments in are...
Nobody likes paying taxes. OK, maybe billionaire investor Warren Buffet doesn't mind kicking up a share of his earnings to the government bean counters. For the rest of us, the idea of turning over a portion of our paychecks to big bureaucracy is the equivalent of being asked to donate a couple of fingers to medical research. That's not to mention that complying with the maze of tax laws in place around the world isn't always easy.
Multiple personality disorder is a complicated psychological condition that causes a person to act like two (or more) completely different people. The various identities that a person with the condition take on may vary in age, sex and race. They also often have different manners of speech and gestures. A person with the disorder, also called dissociative identity disorder (DID), morphs from one identity to another in a "switching" process that in some cases happens in a matter of seconds.
I don't know about you, but sometimes when I'm working under the hood of my car, doing some biceps curls at the gym or mowing the lawn in my backyard, I find myself humming "Call Me Maybe." Sure, the only lyrics I know are the ones Carly Rae Jepsen sings in the chorus, but I'm fairly certain those are the only words she sings throughout the entire song. Now there's at least some research out there to support my hunch. Maybe.