Weekend Reading: The Shooter Shall Remain Nameless

by Darwin on July 20, 2012

I usually open the weekend reading posts with some sort of recent news events or commentary.  Today, I am saddened by the events in Colorado and surely, in the coming days, you’ll come across your fair share of moronic and insensitive comments by people trying to push their agenda.  I’ve seen my share already, from both anti- and pro-gun control advocates, religious zealots and politicians.  My commentary on the topic will solely consist of the following:  I will not repeat the shooter’s name and I hope you’ll all join me in solidarity in doing the same.   Never repeat his name on Facebook, Twitter, email or verbally.  Unfollow anyone that does.  Do not give him the notoriety he sought in committing this horrific crime.

Weekend Reading:

Zero Hedge – Geithner = Corruption

Arbor Investment – All About Correlation

Money Mamba – Should Mortgage Interest Be Deductible?

Money Crashers – Expensive Healthcare Sucks Because…

The Burning Platform – Whooping Cough is Back

Retire By 40 – Dream Job

Money Cone – 5 Min Retirement Plan

Oblivious Investor – IRA Investing in Retirement

My Journey to Millions – Awkward Millionaire

Len Penzo – 10 Worst Things I Ever Bought

101 Centavos – Europeans Are So Damn Skinny. Why?

Sweating the Big Stuff – Obsessive Checking of Accounts

Investor Junkie – Valuing Non-Control Ownership

Some Stuff I Wrote All Over




Carnival of Financial Planning

Carnival of Personal Finance

Carnival of Personal Finance

Tax Carnival

Passive Investing

Carnival of Wealth

Carnival of Financial Planning

Festival of Frugality

Carnival of Financial Comraderie

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Lance @ Money Life and More July 20, 2012 at 6:18 pm

I really enjoyed the posts by RB40 and Len! Thanks for sharing.


Ken Faulkenberry July 20, 2012 at 10:24 pm

Thank you for the mention.


Investor Junkie July 20, 2012 at 11:23 pm

Thanks for the mention. We should be remembering the people who died, not this monster.


Roger the Amateur Financier July 26, 2012 at 12:18 pm

A fantastic idea, and one that hopefully, by giving this demon a few less results when he looks for his name, can make this horrible action less attractive to others in the future.


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