Friday, September 30, 2011

 

A Lasting Toll

As the economy falters, families that lost homes and livelihoods in the Great Recession are increasingly confronting the possibility that they may never fully recover. Previous recessions have taken a lasting toll, reducing family earnings and children's odds of academic success.

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

 

The 7 Laws of Leanness

I'm not sure if these laws apply to everyone but when I read them I found I have been following them most of my adult life. I don't believe there are laws that apply equally to everyone but some healthy habits don't hurt. I have one good, simple rule: KEEP MOVING. If you want to sit around all day watching football, like I do, then plan on using the bike or treadmill for 30+ minutes or go running. The result is that you earn your couch and pizza time. It is a good feeling.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

 

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz: NY-9 is “a very difficult district for Democrats”

Debbie Downer is spinning like a top on the event horizon.

Democratic party leaders insisted the loss wasn’t a harbinger of things to come. “It’s a very difficult district for Democrats,” said Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, noting its Democratic margins there tend to be the second lowest of all the districts in New York City.
House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio), dismissed that idea.
“This is a very seriously Democrat district,” Mr. Boehner said. “This is not a district that Republicans have any right to believe we could win.”


 In case you don't know Debbie Downer.



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Friday, September 09, 2011

 

Wave 3 again

I did this a couple of days ago and then got busy so I did not post it.  It still works out with the short rally of the last two days being a wave 2 so acceleration down to begin shortly.  that or the correction is still in effect.  We will have to break through the support levels listed on the chart in, at least, the next 72 hours for the big wave 3 down to be in force.

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Thursday, September 08, 2011

 

Tea Party members attack police

Ha, made you look.

Hundreds of Longshoremen stormed the Port of Longview early Thursday, overpowered and held security guards, damaged railroad cars, and dumped grain that is the center of a labor dispute, said Longview Police Chief Jim Duscha.
Six guards were held hostage for a couple of hours after 500 or more Longshoremen broke down gates about 4:30 a.m. and smashed windows in the guard shack, he said.

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