Some of us bought CNXM at $13.35 a year ago and again at $7 — and at least one of you paid $5.55. We even got a fat dividend before CNXM was absorbed by CNX (.88 CNX share for each CNXM). I sold about half yesterday at $14.
Please tell me you won’t order grilled octopus anymore?
As for squid — fried calamari — I was disappointed just now to discover that they’re smart, too.
But do not despair!
If you’ve ever had the eggplant parmesan at The Big T’s (not yet open, but just you wait), you know there are things every bit as delicious as octopus or squid (or dogs or cows or cats or horses or chimps or pigs, some of which, at least, it probably does not take much to persuade you not to eat).
I’m still on vacation.
George Ehlers: “As I’m sure others will also inform you, there were other presidents who did not attend their successors’ inaugurations.”
→ Right you are. I had thought I covered the exceptions by saying “willfully” eschewed (Woodrow Wilson wasn’t eschewing, he was just ailing), but should have added “since 1869.”
Quote of the Day
Wealth is the parent of luxury and indolence, and poverty of meanness and viciousness, and both of discontent.~Plato
Request email delivery
- May 4:
Slouching Toward Authoritarianism
- May 2:
The Man In The Center Of It All
- Apr 30:
Ladies And Gentlemen . . . The President of the United States
- Apr 29:
The Lower Courts, Too . . .
- Apr 28:
Let Them Eat Meat . . .
- Apr 27:
- Apr 26:
Apocalyptic Pessimism — Or A Big Beautiful World?
- Apr 23:
Unpack The Court
- Apr 22:
Happy Earth Day To You; Happy Earth Day To You; Happy EARTH DAY, Dear Readers . . .
- Apr 21:
Perspective From The Deep
- May 4: