Monthly Archives: September 2009

TFIG: Thank Friday It’s God! (My favorite actress & Book review)


A bout of dyslexia cured, I am back to writing on something other than whether Dick Williams or Charlie O. Finley was the bigger A-hole in Oakland in the 1970’s. It’s really no contest, but, it is fun to speculate … Continue reading

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Manic Monday: Writing, Reading, Running, Mobbing & Etc.


Wouldn’t you know it, but it’s harder than ever to focus on just one task. Sure, I’m not a dad/Mr. Mom, but I do my fair share. Cleaned out a garage/shed area, rode my bike 10 miles (busted the sprocket … Continue reading

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Predictable Irrational: Good for Starters, Demand More


Never took a course in behavioral economics, but this book gives you a starter into that arena. After seeing the stock market and America’s mortgage market, crash-n-burn, binge-n-purge, or spin out of control like a bipolar hurricane, you got to … Continue reading

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