Monthly Archives: May 2010

Ice Hockey

Last night my daughter and I attended the first Stanley Cup Playoff game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers at the United Center on Chicago’s west end.  The Hawks won, 6-5 in a free-for-all contest where the lead changed … Continue reading

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Marek the Magnificent

You often hear people say that there is a reason that young adults raise children and not old people.  Raising kids, it seems, is a young person’s game.  My wife and I just spent two weeks watching our 2 ½ … Continue reading

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Economics and E-Harmony

Today I’m going to comment on a new technological solution to an age old problem, finding an ideal marriage partner.   At some point in life, single people decide that they want to marry.  Young people who have never been married … Continue reading

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Solutions May Be Worse than Problems

A poster I encounted this week was referring to the US Government.  It said something to the effect:  “If you think the problems we create are bad, wait until you see our solutions.” I thought about the great depression that … Continue reading

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IT’S THE SPENDING, STUPID!

Yesterday Barack Obama addressed graduates of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.  The following three paragraphs are from an Associated Press story about the event.  The AP content is in italics below: “What troubles me is when I hear … Continue reading

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