Daily Archives: May 10, 2016

My Prime Of Youth Is But A Frost Of Cares

While looking up information on Irish politics about the choice of a new leader, and the narrow margin of the minority government led by Fine Gael, I came across a poem mistitled and misattributed and with a curious introduction showing … Continue reading

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The Quest For Indomethacin

For reasons not entirely clear to me, what should be straightforward tasks are not always very straightforward in my life [1]. When, from time to time, a simple task becomes less than simple, it is my native tendency to view … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: The Big Short

The Big Short, by Michael Lewis, narrated by Jesse Boggs Some twenty years after writing about his own experiences as a 1980s stock trader in training at Goldman Sachs, Lewis turned his surprising financial expertise (surprising at least to those … Continue reading

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