With the birth of every child in the U.S., each get a social security number that will follow them around for the rest of their lives. I don't think that's adequate, honestly, to prepare them for a life ahead in today's ever-changing, complex, uncertain world.
What I think hospitals should provide newborns is a legend for all of the different causes and their corresponding color and ribbon or flag shape. Am I the only one who gets confused when they see a brick red colored wristband that represents searching for alien life, while a fire engine red wristband is representative for all people who've had neck replacement surgery? Then a fire engine ribbon is for those people who enjoy geocaching. I'm utterly and thoroughly confused at the whole mess.
-Profession: Alumni Relations phone expert; Swim Coach
-Favorite Excel Formula: =SUMif("y", yes, no)
-In geography, there is a Kendall basin, island, mountain, river and terrace (for a volcano). What is next?: Peninsula. I like being surrounded by water on three sides like I do when I'm swimming.
-Now you have a problem on your hands with your large coffee mug. What would be your five step program to quitting caffeine?:
2) Seek Help
3) Remove from the area
4) Family/Friend Support
-Kendall 32 is a fiberglass cruising sailboat that was made in the 1960s. Half of the 830 that were made were sold as kits. Where might an enthusiast buy a bottle large enough to put their ship in?: Texas--'cause everything's big in Texas.