Monthly Archives: July 2014

On Stock Buy-backs and In(per)versions

CORPORATISM, per The Urban Dictionary A politico-economic system in which most power is held by large corporations, often mistakenly called capitalism. This is the current governing system of most of the world. usage: Man, that ain’t capitalism. Look at all advantages … Continue reading

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On Preparedness

My leaky roof is no concern to me, the sun is shining  “Hey Dad,” Daughter #1 writes, “What is up with Money Markets right now? I have heard something about them being riskier than before. Most of our IRAs and 401Ks are … Continue reading

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Essay on a Boring Subject

This is gonna suck: 538 words about another frickin’ bubble in the debt market. I would rather eat glass than even think about it. If you feel the same, just peer at the chart below and then head off for … Continue reading

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Meditation on How Things Work

Everything is new. And we are living among events so singular that old people have no more knowledge of them, are no more habituated to them, and have no more experience of them than young people. We are all novices, … Continue reading

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