Quitting the N.F.L.: For John Moffitt, the Money Wasn’t Worth It
By KEN BELSON, nytimes.com
SEAT­TLE — John Mof­fitt chugged mugs of black cof­fee and talked almost gid­di­ly about how, the week before, he called John Elway, the head of foot­ball oper­a­tions for the Den­ver Bron­cos, to tell him he was quit­ting the Nation­al Foot­ball…

Props to him for this. Yes, the NFL pays players a lot, but the damage to the body can take its toll.

Quitting the N.F.L.: For John Moffitt, the Money Wasn’t Worth It
By KEN BELSON, nytimes.com

SEAT­TLE — John Mof­fitt chugged mugs of black cof­fee and talked almost gid­di­ly about how, the week before, he called John Elway, the head of foot­ball oper­a­tions for the Den­ver Bron­cos, to tell him he was quit­ting the Nation­al Foot­ball…

Props to him for this. Yes, the NFL pays players a lot, but the damage to the body can take its toll.

Selfie the ‘Word of the Year’ and on course for the Oxford English Dictionary
By Steve Hawkes, Consumer Affairs Editor, telegraph.co.uk
Selfie dates back to an Australian online forum in 2002, and is “mainstream shorthand” for a self-portait photographThe social media buzz­word ‘Self­ie’ is under con­sid­er­a­tion to be includ­ed in the Oxford Eng­lish Dic­tio­nary after being…

Sometimes I wonder if the “official” dictionaries of the world are turning into Urban Dictionary?

Selfie the ‘Word of the Year’ and on course for the Oxford English Dictionary
By Steve Hawkes, Consumer Affairs Editor, telegraph.co.uk

Selfie dates back to an Australian online forum in 2002, and is “mainstream shorthand” for a self-portait photograph

The social media buzz­word ‘Self­ie’ is under con­sid­er­a­tion to be includ­ed in the Oxford Eng­lish Dic­tio­nary after being…

Sometimes I wonder if the “official” dictionaries of the world are turning into Urban Dictionary?

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