Monthly Archives: June 2016

Apocalypse Later

The winner in a bear market is the guy that loses the least –Richard Russell Brexit is the buzzword du jour, and market players the globe over are telling each other the worst is upon us, get out of the market. Granted, … Continue reading

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How Do We Respond To Hate?

More suffering comes into the world by people taking offense than by people intending to give offense –Ken Keyes The offended ones feel the need to offend back those who they think have offended them, creating defensiveness on the part … Continue reading

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Pictures Of The Big Picture

Where there is no strife, there is decay: The mixture which is not shaken decomposes. —Heraclitus Business is good in this seaside village. Record tourist visits during the winter season. Real estate action brisk.  Lots of construction, but mostly renovations and teardown/rebuilds … Continue reading

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