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I was writing so much on Facebook that I decided to put it in a Blog on Google. I use Google on almost everything so this Blog will be on Google Blogger. I’m on Google+ also which is kinda Google’s answer to Facebook. The blog name is Thirsty Fish. It comes from a saying by a spirit master in the 14th …
I need to do some writing I guess. Moved to Nevada. I'll make a donation if mysaline is back on a free basis. Hmmmm What should I write about. Lots of new and exciting stuff. Friend is writting two books and I am going to be in both of them. Jog'em Out is about our Florida high school football team that went undefeated after going through hell with a new coach imported from Arkansas.
Gene Lewis, former quaterback of Henderson College (Arkadelphia) came to Florida and in our…Continue
I’ll make this quick. There is too much money in college football now so who wins these big games has little to do with who plays the best, executes the best ladi ladi ladi on and on and on. The team that wins tonight between Alabama and LSU may well not be the team that is ahead on the scoreboard. The team that is ahead on the scoreboard will be the team that the official in the replay booth prefers is ahead on the scoreboard.. …Continue
When the U.S. made it easier for European banks to borrow dollars, (according to Bloomberg News) the loans tripled and then tripled again to over 350 Billion. Problem is that they are HORDING the cash and not loaning it out. Thus, one of the real problems in Europe is that companies can't get credit. Well this giving them money isn't helping THAT.
Guest David Kelly on "In the Loop with Betty Liu" said that if many of the…Continue
Well, they did it. The United States started borrowing money (The US Treasury selling bonds) to sponsor European socialism. The insanity is complete. Germany wouldn’t loan Greece and Portugal and Italy (The Pigs) any money. Finland, forget it. The further north you go in Europe the more people appreciate tough times. In the United States, it doesn’t seem to matter. The stock market loves it and all your 401k’s may look better BUT, your money is worth…Continue