Monthly Archives: December 2014

Fit

If you were a fly on the wall in our offices, you’d hear the word fit somewhat regularly. Sometimes, it’s because we’re talking about how we wish we exercised more, e.g., “I sure wish I were more fit!” Most of the time, however, we’re talking about whether or not a contractor, vendor or potential new […]

Lady Redundant Woman

If you have younger kids, you may have seen the TV show Word Girl. One of the villainous characters is called Lady Redundant Woman. Lady Redundant Woman obtained the powers of duplication when she was fused with a copy machine. As you might expect, she often speaks in redundancies. Why this education in unusual children’s […]

An update on the CFPB

We’ve been silent for awhile on the subject of lending discrimination and the CFPB, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the lending world stopped talking about it. Today, for example, Toyota Credit announced that it has been accused of discrimination by the CFPB and the Justice Department. Like most of the recent claims against […]