Monthly Archives: June 2015

The History of History

This election was lost four and five and six years ago not this year. They dident start thinking of the old common fellow till just as they started out on the election tour. The money was all appropriated for the … Continue reading

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The Contrarian Case

Half of suckerhood is not realizing that what you don’t like might be loved by someone else (hence by you, later), and the reverse. –Taleb Veteran traders know the market twists minds: The crowd is still scared silly in the … Continue reading

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American Pie

 Having reached the beginning, starting toward a new ignorance –Jack Gilbert Tony  likes Barbara. Tony is a bartender at Mazzaletti’s at 80 Pine St. in Lower Manhattan. Barbara and her husband have  a restaurant in Florida. Tony comes down to Florida one … Continue reading

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Gazing At My Navel

We call upon the Author to explain –Nick Cave She was seated at the end of a table with nine other people. She could not make up her mind what to order. The waitress came back to her three times before she … Continue reading

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