Yesterday, this site’s host was down for several hours. Sorry if the page kept “timing out” on you.
Then, as part of coming back on line, it seems to have lost its mind. Sorry if it sent you several random columns from the distant past. No one has any idea why it did this.
Please take the rest of the day off by way of my apology — and because Thursday’s column included this 90-minute video from September, 1987 — “Being With Money” — that even I haven’t yet found time to watch in its entirety.
See you Monday.
Quote of the Day
Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from the corn field.~Dwight Eisnehower
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The Case For A Conservative Boycott
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You Don’t Think Smart People Can Be Scammed?
- Feb 17:
Long-Weekend Reading: The Compelling Nonpartisan Case For A Boycott
- Feb 15:
Coats: We Are Under Attack
- Feb 14:
The Rabbi’s Hat
- Feb 13:
TED’s Playlist for a Long Life
- Feb 12:
Pre-Empting The October Surprise
- Feb 9:
The Least Worst — and Six Trends For 2018
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- Feb 6:
The Market. But First, Humor.
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