Monday, March 02, 2015

Have A Great Monday

work by Niki de Saint Phalle

The Borowitz Report - Americans Favor Legalizing Pot And Criminalizing Congress

Misery On Misery

TRNN - Clinton Dynasty Revisited

The Drought

Kelly Gissendaner To Be Executed Today

Global Warming - Coral

A Culture Of Fear

The Market On Monday

  Good morning. It is 26 degrees and hazy sunny here in the Upper Hudson Valley. The ten day forecast is showing numbers in the 30s and 40s and if this is true, pandemonium will break out as the temperature over the entire month of February has hovered around zero and below zero. We survived February 2015 and man I don't want to do that again anytime soon. I hope you had a good reviving weekend. I performed on the guitar with my ensemble on Saturday night and I played well if I do say so for myself. The thing of it is I have possibly the worst cold imaginable. I am one sick head cold puppy. It will be bed rest for me today as it was yesterday.

  At 8:15 a.m. ET futures are flat and the price of oil per barrel is down. The market is poised to open in the flat to slightly lower area.

  Today is a day for the techies as Samsung, HTC, and Huawei display some new toys. It's not my thing as I still use an old school flip phone and most of the time I forget it at home. I am one of those people in complete dismay as I go into a public venue and see everyone looking into their smart phone. Life's too short.

CNN:Stocks: 5 things to know before the open
The People's Bank of China slashed interest rates over the weekend to keep prices from weakening too quickly.

Experts say the central bank has become concerned about the threat of deflation.

Sande Music

Sunday, March 01, 2015


You're Getting Sleepy


Have A Great Sunday March 1

work by Niki de Saint Phalle

The Onion - Authorities Demolish Capitol Building That Was Site Of Gruesome 113th Congressional Session

Jeb Neocon

Chicago Tribune: Why Jeb Bush won't throw neocons under the bus By Jonathan Bernstein, Bloomberg News
Mostly, however, Jeb Bush's decision to include people who were calamitously wrong on Iraq as part of his foreign-policy team isn't about him, or about the Bush family. It's about a Republican Party that still stubbornly refuses to accept that Iraq was a disaster. If I'm correct that Rand Paul doesn't have any real chance of being nominated, then that's going to be a problem for any of the viable Republican candidates.

TRNN - X: The Final Years

The Drought

As Ugly As It Gets

Binyamin - What Are You Thinking Dude...

Global Warming - A Question Of Morality