On the deductions, I think you're getting that wrong. You don't get back 80% of your gift, you reduce your taxable income by 80% of your gift. So if you donate $1500, you reduce your income by $1200. At the 25% tax bracket that means your gift costs you $1,200.
I was living in Chicago in a condo building. Our neighbors went to Illinois and were watching the game below us. For some reason, their TV was about 2 seconds ahead of ours. I'll never forget the sound that came from their place the second before Sylvester took that shot.
Are you sure? I ran it at 5'9" and 210. There are more big marathoners than you think
I ran a double marathon a few years back. It's like so many other things. If you're willing to put in the time to train, pretty much anybody can do it.
I hope the Buckeyes don't go to Camden, that's not where Rutgers plays football. They play football in Piscataway. The Camden campus is just a branch that's close to Philly.