Tag Archives: politics

See Politics Post Art

See politics, post art. Make sure that comma is in there because otherwise it sounds like an invitation to watch politics create art. The phrase came to mind one day when I realized that my artist friends were more likely … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Ads 2017 Sell Success Carefully

The game is over. As usual, I skipped the game and watched the ads. I’ll assume some team won the game and some team lost the game. Congratulations. Sorry to hear that. The ads are entertaining, but I watch them … Continue reading

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Presidents Of Countries And Companies

Okay. I give in. I’ll write about the President, and I’ll try to bring it back around to personal finance because that’s the purpose of this blog. So much weird stuff has happened since Inauguration Day that it takes a … Continue reading

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Pay Bills Do Laundry

Allow me to pour a glass of wine, again. So, how’s your world? Seen any changes lately, like, oh, since Friday? The world has changed. The world has stayed the same. Take any period and that’s been true, though the … Continue reading

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Adapting To Singularities

Singularities don’t have to happen alone. One singularity is enough to make the world seem senseless. Old rules don’t apply. Old causes create new effects. It is easy to get confused. Triple that, at least. We may be experiencing three … Continue reading

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American Catharsis

Welcome to America’s catharsis, brought to you by – unexpected events with unintended consequences. It hasn’t been a week since the election but several themes are progressing and are probably about to collide. Well, we asked for change. We got … Continue reading

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Eight Years Ago

Eight years ago, I started this blog. It was the night after Barack Hussein Obama was elected President of the United States of America. The Great Recession (or as I call it, the Second Depression) had already begun. That wasn’t … Continue reading

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Frugal Voting

Vote; especially, if you’re an American citizen. I wanted to get that in there first. If you don’t vote, quit complaining (unless someone is keeping you from voting, but that’s a different issue.) Step one: Notice yet another patch of … Continue reading

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Storms Blowing Through

There’s a storm blowing into the area tonight. It looks like it could be historic, or at least feel that way. In the meantime, the power is on, and I can write. Locals reading this just after I post can … Continue reading

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Chaos And Continuity

Nothing extreme is likely to happen. Read that two ways: 1) in general, extreme things typically have low probabilities, and 2) specifically, civilization, society, and culture have great inertia and tend to continue with only slight shifts. As I write this, … Continue reading

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