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This is good news (unless you’re a bank stockholder): Wells Says No to Debit Fees. The article also contained an interesting graphic that showed the expected quarterly revenue that will be lost due to the new debit card rules. Bank of America is expected to lose revenues $475 million per quarter while Wells Fargo and [...]
My brother took a short scene from the movie, “Up!” and added his own piano playing. Tell me what you think. You can compare it to the original by fast forwarding the following video to 3:30… Oh, and PLEASE become of a facebook fan of The Music of Christopher Pritchard.
Thursday is Daiper Need Awareness Day in Connecticut… Gov. Dan Malloy is declaring Thursday “Diaper Need Awareness Day” in Connecticut as the state’s Democrats try to raise awareness of the cost and public health concerns of diapers. The move is part of a campaign to push the federal government to provide free diapers for poor [...]
The more I listen to and read Milton Friedman, the more I like him. Although this interview is probably 40+ years old, the things Friedman says are still applicable today. The man was a genius. This video is around 30 minutes long, but well worth your time. Enjoy.
I saw this on one of my friend’s facebook pages and thought it was hilarious (click on it to see a larger version): I think the source of the graphic is Capitalism is Freedom but the site wouldn’t load for me.
I’ll just let the graphic speak for itself… I cannot stress this enough: NEVER EVER NEVER EVER PUT TOO MUCH OF YOUR ASSETS INTO ONE STOCK. It can fall and it can fall fast and hard. That’s JLP’s obvious tip of the day.
Good stuff. I’m impressed that Donohue even had Friedman on his show. Here’s a transcript of the exchange I found on another website: Donahue: When you see around the globe the mal-distribution of wealth, the desperate plight of millions of people in underdeveloped countries, when you see so few haves and so many have-nots, when [...]
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