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all the world's a stage...

Truth be told, I haven’t been the most busy reader (and here we are talking reading for pleasure, not for my PhD) as of late but, nonetheless, I have managed to sneak in a few books that have been staring at me from my overcrowed bookshelf, desperate to be picked up and read. 1,099 more words

A Week In Paris

Holy Pockets, Who Is The Idiot Running The Clock

Back in my 40’s which was the 90’s, a fellow church member talked me into officiating football. He assured me it would be a good way to make a little extra money. 1,190 more words

Clock Operator

Eleven Days After Whole Brain Radiation

I want to go to sleep and not wake up until all my symptoms are gone. But I guess that’s unrealistic. My throat isn’t any better in spite of the meds and home remedies. 687 more words


Cruise Critique

I will start off by saying that my family and I had a great time on the cruise aboard the Splendour of the Seas.  There was lots of laughter, great conversation, fun in exploring the ship activities and of course the port stops were fantastic to visit!  1,152 more words


Don't Trust, but Verify, all Economic Forecasts

Sometimes, the most useful tool in economic forecasting is a brick to smash against heads. Natural disasters and their equivalents don’t cause recessions in modern economies (Haiti is not a modern economy). 26 more words

Comedy Of Errors

Development Successes; Development Failures

I recently wondered, after seeing Brazil and South Korea’s striking real GDP per capita divergence, which underdeveloped economies over the past forty years most succeeded and which most failed at growing their real GDP per capita. 945 more words

Comedy Of Errors