"I live in Seattle where there is a terrific radio program called 'Swing Years and Beyond'. It is a five hour show of music from the 1920s throug the 1950s. Each week's show is posted online: http://kuow.org/swingyears"
Perhaps my "three categories" bit was poorly written, because I do not mean that there are only three types, just that those are the dominant ones. I did not put you in one of those (actually, I did not have them in mind, as I wrote that a while ago). Your comment at the top of your page made me believe that you would be open to that article (I have sent it to other people because of similar comments and conversations). So, no offense taken, I appreciate your direct response. And I am glad you found the material useful. Thanks for the kind words.
"Federal spending as a part of GDP has actually gone down under Obama more than 4%.
At the same time, so many private companies are dependent on federal spending. So many salaries are paid by the government, monies that go on to pay for…"
My two 30-something sons tape a cable show called Penn & Teller: Bullshit! and I watch an episode every so often when I'm in the mood for something humorous and a bit risqué. I just watched the latest which was on the subject of profanity.Personally, I make a great distinction between profanity (as in using the Lord's name in vain) and vulgarity (as in using offensive or rude words).Generally I will say "Rats!" when something happens like I drop something. Even though this word is old…See More
"It sounds like, at a fundamental level, your sleep quality is lacking. You say you sleep, but wake up exhausted and unable to function.
Yes, time. Yes, daylight. Yes alarm clocks, yes, yes. But it all boils down to waking up because you're…"
"1. The US economy is not a household budget. Some principles do apply to both, but overall - comparing them, even as an analogy, fails on several levels.
2. Absolutely, the debt should be dealt with. Growing faster afterwards is possible...…"
"Makes some sense. If you overspend yourself into credit card debt ... cutting-up the credit cards cuts your effective income, and using your actual income to pay it off reduces does so further. Less to spend because you already spent…"