Monthly Archives: December 2011

I Told You So

A while ago, I promised to honor the Christmas Season.  If you can’t say anything nice . .  . .  So, while we are past Christmas Day, it’s still Christmas Season until Three Kings Day, so I’ll start out gently. … Continue reading

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Overheard in the Office

So, this weekend, I was hanging at one of my regular coffee shop haunts here in Cream City, when one of my transient “officemates” stated loudly something that echoes a sentiments expressed at an earlier time. Some things don’t change, … Continue reading

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Occupy Christmas

So, I don’t actually own a TV, but I’ve been watching a bit more lately, including this show called, Whitney.   Whitney is a woman with a steady (live-in?) boyfriend in New York City.  So, I saw this episode (which I … Continue reading

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The Day That Lives in Infamy

Seventy years ago today, the United States entered World War II.  The country had already been activating its industrial machine for several years, walking a careful line of surface neutrality while actually supporting Britain.  December 7th kicked that industrial machine … Continue reading

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Let’s Try This One More Time

Last time, dear readers, I promised you better news and a happier tone.  The Middle is definitely getting in a Christmas-y mood.  The decorations are up, there was some blustery snow yesterday here in Cream City, temperatures are dropping promising … Continue reading

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And So This Is Christmas

And what have you done? Apparently, the central banks of a lot of the World’s big economies did something earlier this week that pumped a bunch of money into the Global economy, which then increased investor confidence, which sent markets … Continue reading

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