Let’s have a chat. A nice, polite discussion if you will. I know that’s difficult in today’s internet age, but here goes.... UNC men’s basketball needs Kevin Knox. Not in a desperate, “The sky is falling!”, Chicken Little kind of way. If Knox decides he wants to wear a different shade of blue next season, the Tar Heels will still be a tournament team. They will return plenty of experience and more than enough talent to remain relevant on the national scene. Tony Bradley, Kenny Williams, Theo Pinson, and Joel Berry will likely enter the offseason as four of the five anticipated starters for next season. However, as you know, a team needs five players on the court. While I’m hesitant to doubt Luke
"What are your hobbies?" sounds like a pretty straightforward question. The interviewer is just trying to get a sense of your interests and passions, right? Well... kind of. Here's what the interviewer is hoping to gauge when they ask you about your hobbies: 1. That you're team oriented Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job," says: "Since most jobs involve a certain level of group interaction and support — and cross functional work teams continue to thrive — any kind of activity that you do in your spare time that demonstrates your ability to be a team player, such as playing a
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel aren’t afraid to admit how hard parenting can be — especially when it comes to dealing with the terrible twos. “He does not want the diapers changed,” Timberlake, 36, told Entertainment Tonight. “He’s doing amazing, but it’s one of those things where you’re like, I love you, but I don’t know if I like you,” Biel, 34, revealed.