Hi! My wife Lisa and I have a 12 year old boy named Jackson and a 9 year old girl named Lauren. Jackson's a sweet kid who loves math and science and is already way beyond me when it comes to computers. Lauren may seem shy, but ask her about animals, especially West Highland White Terriers, and she'll talk your fluffy little ears off!
Friday night is our family "Star Trek and pizza night," and we like to go for hikes and bike rides. On weekends I play ice-hockey with other old, slow guys, and I'm eager to take the kids to a Kings or Ducks game soon! Lisa and I are also the owners of 2 self-serve frozen yogurt stores, so we like to support other small business owners!
Bloomingdales has announced a new policy to fight what the fashion world calls "wardrobing." Apparently, millions of people "buy" an item of clothing, wear it once, then return it the next day for a full refund. They say it's costing stores about 8 billion dollars a year, because many of the garments are soiled or damaged and can't be resold!
Bloomingdales' new policy is that garments that cost over $150.00 will have a very large, obvious tag on the front, that you hopefully won't want to show off at that wedding, dance or party! If the tag is gone, you can't return it!
What if you wear a really, really big "Hello, My Name Is ______" tag over it?
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