Category Archives: Economy

Stimulation

I know I haven’t been around for a while – I’ll explain why in a later blog, but I’m going to take a few minutes here to sound off about my congressman and his partisan ways.  The honorable (yes, I … Continue reading

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Another Layoff

As I write this, 40 more people from the company I most recently worked for just received their layoff notices.  Yes, this has something to do with the economy, but it also has do to with the business model the … Continue reading

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To Bailout, or not to Bailout

Anybody who has read some of my blogs knows that I can lean any which way that makes sense to me.  I’ve said I’m fiscally conservative but socially progressive. So what about this auto industry bailout?  If the “Big Three” … Continue reading

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It Feels Like Christmas

Today is election day, and the excitement I feel is almost like Christmas.  I had trouble sleeping last night because I couldn’t wait to see how things were going to turn out today.  I do have class today, so that … Continue reading

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Staying Positive

Folks, I am absolutely exhausted.  I got a new job, and have been working non-stop for the last seven days and every bone in my body is screaming.  But it is all good.  I’m learning new things, and new doors … Continue reading

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Master-debating….

I’ve heard that if they don’t stop this master-debating, they’ll both go blind.  No, wait – I got it wrong – it’s the listening electorate that’s going to go blind.  And deaf.  Am I so dumb and naive that these … Continue reading

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Is It Okay To Be Depressed?

As I write this, the Dow Jones has gone below 10,000 for the first time in four years.  My retirement savings are evaporating in front of my eyes.  My dream of pursuing a third career in theatre – well, who … Continue reading

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