In the end, DH was a voice of reason and noted that we really don’t know how long his job is going to last (they have funding for ~2 years, but it’s touch and go after that, and the company owner is in his 70s and keeps putting off succession plans), and he would much rather have 10K in the stock market than a 10K vacation to Hawaii (or anywhere else). 507 more words
Some politicians reach back to their roots – the deepest, darkest recesses of their memories – when they want to win the plebs’ approval. For some, like Orbán, it worked miracles. 631 more words
What do we do with all this extra money?!?!
I think we’re going to really have to sit down and think about our money goals. The alternative is to not do that and to just put all excess money away in taxable stocks until we actually need money and then see where we stand. 656 more words
Is it bitchin’ ole me, or are the unwanted commercial interruptions on my computer getting worse than the traditionally bothersome TV pitches? I had thought it was impossible to be more offensive, but the internet gets increasingly capable daily of annoying the hell out of me. 167 more words
It was a quiet, tranquil and serene April afternoon. Everything was usual and typical. Sky was clear and bright with no cloud blocking its view, trees stood stiff with grace, wind muttered softly sweeping the weary leaves away, birds fluttered their wings and hushed their way in the sky. 1,054 more words