You can’t see the bombs, you can’t see the casualties, and you can’t see the headlines, but World War III is already in full progress. And no, I’m not talking North Korea, Iran, or Syria or any other countries with minuscule military budgets in comparison to the US that are often hyped to be a global threat. 747 more words
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Oh, no; it’s another questionnaire. The same one that I filled in online, now arrived in the post. It asks me a series of questions under the heading ‘How often have you been bothered by the following problems?’ 619 more words
No. 1 chart of the week – central banks have bought and QE paid for $1 trillion of assets so far year to date. Whatever research you look at that spins explanations for why things are so good and stock markets so resilient and support why you own what you own, never forget that magic money lens we all must look through. 1,039 more words
After reading 6 books in 3 weeks, I see the world differently now. The smallest things catch my attention: Road trips, for example.
Selena Gomez’s “Can’t Keep My Hands to Myself” played over the speakers at Howdy’s Flying J truck stop while I was looking at Rollerz sausages and hotdogs and chili pepper handkerchiefs and cows holding salt and pepper in front of stripper lights at 8 AM. 607 more words