ANOTHER GAME YOU CAN PLAY
Colin Ramsey: ‘Do you know this nice link? [2009 UPDATE: SITE HAS DISAPPEARED; SORRY] I just reduced the national deficit by almost half, and did so while raising spending in almost every important area, including both military spending, and education and social programs. I simply didn’t go to war in Iraq, and didn’t do Bush’s current tax plan. It was that easy.’
I’M PAYING $99 FOR A $275 ROOM
Paul McKittrick: ‘Found a site called biddingfortravel.com on which people reveal what they paid for a Priceline Hotel. After several information gathering visits, I bit the bullet and ended up with 3 rooms in London for $85 a night each ($100 with VAT) at the County Hall Marriott. Then cancelled our long-standing reservations. Not the Dorchester, but with a six foot five brother-in-law and 2 pre-teen neices in tow, the space, pool and extra room will be great. The biddingfortravel.com ezboard is helpful for novices. Especailly those who refuse to follow your advice without question.’
☞ Heck – even I don’t follow my advice without question.
WHAT NOBEL-PRIZE WINNING ECONOMIST JOSEPH STEIGLITZ THINKS
If you like the Bush tax cuts, click here.
Quote of the Day
Very few American investors buy any stock for the sake of something which is going to happen more than six months hence, even though its probability is exceedingly high; and it is out of taking advantage of this psychological peculiarity of theirs that most money is made.~John Maynard Keynes
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