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I am delighted to announce a new collaboration between the DKC and The Constant Knitter.

This summer, I will be doing what I do best, knitworking and Rosemary will open the Studio for knitters and crocheters on the fourth Sunday during the summer months. 40 more words


Notes From Underground: Warren Knocks Out Mnuchin

In Thursday’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin took a beating from Senator Elizabeth Warren over the issue of Glass-Steagall. There are many policy issues in which I disagree with Senator Warren but when it comes to Wall Street regulation, she is one of the most knowledgeable people in the Senate and far beyond those walls. 660 more words

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Gel nail polish at HOME

Отдавна се каня да напиша мнение за гел лаковете на Malinka, тъй като от известно време ползвам тях поради доброто съотношение цена-качество. Но тъй като заедно с тях използвам и други продукти, реших да пиша за всички на куп. 18 more words

Notes From Underground: Au Revoir, Marine Le Pen

Now we can finally put the French elections behind us as its citizens maintained the status quo and elected Emmanuel Macron to a five-year term. Parliamentary elections follow in June but the two main parties, Socialists and Republicans, aren’t expected to face challenges. 924 more words


Lords of the Gaps

Not all market gaps fill, some can stay open for years or never fill. But most gaps fill. Sooner or later.

In this context a chart of the $QQQ over the past year and a half reveals a stunner of a chart: 16 open gaps that I can count and perhaps observant readers can point to more. 411 more words


Trim Knit Nights 

​Today, I welcome guest blogger, Eimear and her online persona, inkedandcrafty. I hope you’ll enjoy this post and continue to follow her creative adventures online. 296 more words


Notes From Underground: The Second Quarter Begins

First, let me apologize to my readers. I erred when I said Marine Le Pen made it to the second round of the 2012 French presidential election. 923 more words