Sunday Breakfast Links
- Posted by Jeff Carter
- on February 26th, 2012
Do you remember the story of Sidd Finch? Captivated people back in 1985.
After they get the Catholics, they will go somewhere else. Always do.
Hey, they inside trade, funnel money to their cronies, does it surprise you that DC is the adultery capital of the US? The other problem. 99% of them are lawyers.
This is insane. When I was a little kid, my friends and I used to design bombs that we would drop on Vietnam to end the war. My uncle was in the Navy there and I wanted him home. We used to play war in the backyard with imaginary guns (baseball bats). We’d set up POW camps. Imagine what they would have done to my parents today.
Do you follow rugby? Pretty exciting to watch it actually. 6 Nations going on right now.
Should you be guarding your fry oil now that gas prices are skyrocketing?
Somehow, I don’t think he’d make it as an entrepreneur. Doesn’t listen to the market.
Silicon Prairie moving to new headquarters.
There was another less known hoax. McGuire University. “We play hurt”. Used to be a pennant behind the bar at Four Farthings in Chicago. The story I heard was that they couldn’t get tickets to see Loyola play Cincinnatti in the 1963 final.
Warren Buffett’s letter to shareholders is always informative. I happen to be flying to Lincoln, NE today. Sister lives there.
Want to join the mile high club? Someone close to me said, “That’s not fun. The whole point of the mile high club is to join the mile high club when you aren’t supposed to join the mile high club.” For the record, I am not a member.
It’s Oscar night. Even Oscar screws up.
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Jeffrey Carter is an angel investor and independent trader. He specializes in turning concepts into profits. He co-founded Hyde Park Angels one of the most active angel groups in the United States in April of 2007. He previously served on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Board of Directors. He has done market commentary for (More...)
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