Weekly Links

Why You’re Best-Off Ignoring the Media on Government Shutdown News

October 12, 2013

People that hang on the every word of each media outlet and shouting head pundit on the cable networks are doing themselves more harm than good.  I’ve seen this play out over and over again where people will go and sell all their stocks and switch to bonds or cash whenever the media starts drumming […]

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Human Evolution Is Over. MSM Mangles the Concept [And Weekly Links]

June 6, 2013

I’ve heard enough interviews and stories about how humans will evolve someday to have 6 fingers to type faster (utterly absurd, as if you are more likely to live and procreate if you type faster? on a keyboard that was intentionally designed to slow human typists down for fear of the typewriter keys getting stuck?) […]

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Retirement Crisis Looming – And Other Links

March 19, 2013

The latest Retirement Confidence Survey is out and shocker – Americans are totally screwed.  Here are some key observations that should provide a wakeup call: Percentage of Americans confident about the ability to retire is at an all-time low. Many Americans are citing unrealistically high savings proportions (30% or more – who the heck really […]

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Going off the Cliff Could be the Best Thing for America. [Weekend Reading]

December 20, 2012

Unsurprisingly, tonight was more drama with the fiscal cliff saga as House Speaker Boehner had to cancel the vote on the “Plan B” because it wouldn’t have enough votes to pass.  There are a ton of articles out there on what the fiscal cliff is and all the bad stuff that’s going to happen should […]

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Frankenstorm: Bringing Out the Best and The Worst. And the Dumbest.

October 28, 2012

With the East Coast gripped in fear from Hurricane Sandy AKA Frankenstorm, I thought I’d share some of my personal observations and experiences as an East-Coaster as we brace for the storm of the century (of the year; ya know, cause each year there’s a storm of the century). People Wait Until the Day Before […]

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Weekend Reading: The Shooter Shall Remain Nameless

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 […]

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