Monday, February 16, 2009

Calculate how long until your portfolio recovers


Grim indeed. Did I send you this?

Be sure to go to the hypertexted "clip" in Krugman's blub.
Then try to get some sleep, will ya?
Way grim - however..the ogod news today is that I took out 1,000 dollars of my money today to get new tires on the Subaru and on the truck and to buy spider strips since there's NO WAY I can put chains on alone in a snowstorm and lo and behold my trader (aka ex boyfriend who I supported for a few years in Chicago) earned 1,000 dollars in my acct over the weekend!

Even Steven Baby! Got to love that..!

And plus I let him keep my first cat called Molly Brown when I left he kinda owed me.. ;)


Will do on the sleeping...on my way now..really enjoying my Unruly Americans book...

I am over elated tonight..scored 30 out of 30 on the last two cataloging assignments so I'm not so scared tonight that I will fail this class.! W00T!

Smooches to you twoses...

"30 out of 30 on the last two cataloging assignments"

Like we're supposed to be surprised? It's been pretty clear from the lovely passion with which you mention the daily angst of studying and doing your avocation that you're wowing them at Library School (where is that? How far away?) (And is the really cool John Dewey different from the Navy guy who wanted you to put your books in a Certain Order?)

But really - Congratulations! Woohoo!

Sounds as if it's a good day for you (yay). Good karma - giving works, no? We get what we need, really. Let's keep this going.
Go get 'em
- A
Ah how have more faith in my cataloging than I do... got to love that.

Regarding the Dewey man, I happen to have printed his obituary from NYT a couple days ago, the decimal system man.

Melvil was his name.

Now I'll have to look up John Dewey navy guy to know of whom you speak.

Is this him I wonder?

John Dewey:
In laying hands upon the sacred ark of absolute permanency, in treating the forms that had been regarded as types of fixity and perfection as originating and passing away, the Origin of Species introduced a mode of thinking that in the end was bound to transform the logic of knowledge, and hence the treatment of morals, politics, and religion.

The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy

I'm on my way to reply to miss t-bu now....I think you know her.. ;)

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