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Global Thoughts — 3 November 2012

So now it’s a few days before elections and we get a freak hurricane in NYC which has pretty much shut down the city for a week. Before the storm, you saw all these people rushing home with pizzas. That’s life in the Big City.… Continue Reading →

Thoughts — 3 October 2012

During our trip to Germany last month, our now 5 year old Jeremy wasn’t eating all that much and wasn’t pooping either. Finally, he cried out “Mommy, give me a carrot now. I want fruits and vegetables — I need to poop.” A day later he reported “Good News, I finally pooped.”

Here are two great episodes from the Too-Damn-Smart Department.… Continue Reading →

Thoughts — 25 September 2012

During our trip to Germany last month, our now 5 year old Jeremy wasn’t eating all that much and wasn’t pooping either. Finally, he cried out “Mommy, give me a carrot now. I want fruits and vegetables – I need to poop.” A day later he reported “Good News, I finally pooped.”

Recently he went out with our new nanny who had forgotten where the fish market was.… Continue Reading →

Global Thoughts — 21 August 2012

Those last two pictures are of Jeremy celebrating his 5th birthday with his “Train Cake” and Karen and I with my Great Aunt Fay at her 100th birthday party.

In the “you can’t put anything past them” department — Jeremy was eating a sugary cereal at his grandparents house and at the breakfast table they were commenting about how he doesn’t get it at home.… Continue Reading →

Global Thoughts — 21 August 2012

Those last two pictures are of Jeremy celebrating his 5th birthday with his “Train Cake” and Karen and I with my Great Aunt Fay at her 100th birthday party.

In the “you can’t put anything past them” department — Jeremy was eating a sugary cereal at his grandparents house and at the breakfast table they were commenting about how he doesn’t get it at home.… Continue Reading →

75 Days to the US Elections — 21 August 2012

Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, has a lot of power in this election. The Fed has to decide if it wants to go into another round of Quantitative Easing. Basically, if it does, it will stimulate the economy a bit before the election and make things look a bit better.… Continue Reading →

Global Thoughts – 24 May 2012

Jeremy asked him if we could give him sugar for lunch tomorrow in his school box. We said to him, are you crazy? He said “it’s OK, it doesn’t have any nuts.” (He goes to a nut-free school.)

This past month our family went to Israel and to Italy.… Continue Reading →

Thoughts — 3 April 2012

What sucks at this point in life is getting upgraded on all your flights with your gold status except that you can’t use the upgrades because you’re flying with your spouse and kids and they didn’t get upgraded. Ask my wife; she has Gold Status with United and can’t enjoy the upgrades she keeps getting almost every time we check in together for a flight.… Continue Reading →

Global Thoughts — 6 February 2012

Disney, Introducing the Palm Beach karate man, and at the Big Band Dance in Asheville, North Carolina

This last month has had lots of fun for us as a family – New Year’s weekend at Disney World; a Big Band dancing weekend in North Carolina.… Continue Reading →

Year-End Thoughts & Predictions — 22 December 2011

Assorted photos at home, Central Park, Las Vegas and vicinity.

Lyrics from an interesting song I heard this week: “There is no Yes in Yesterday….You only get what you give, so you gotta give it all you’ve got.”

The reason the Research in Motion company is $15 a share and Apple is $380 a share is that I have 25 employees all turning in their blackberries in favor of iPhones as part of a year-end technology upgrade.… Continue Reading →

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