Today I saw The Producers. This is the hottest ticket in New York City starring Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane; it costs $480 to get a ticket from the theater if you don’t go through scalpers or get on a
Global Thoughts — 12 November 2001 Letter from New York; Status of the War Effort; Shifts in American Foreign Policy; Status of Middle East Situation; Buy Recommendations; Yossi Beilin & Yasser Abad Rabbo Speech Highlights; Forecasts.
Letter From New York I guess we’re getting back to normal. We can get back to hating each other now. So said a cartoon last week in the New Yorker. The radical Black Moslems are back on my corner making
First a few thoughts about life in New York City since the bombings: I left town again for a week on 4 October following a couple of interesting episodes. Walked into Macy’s in Manhattan; it was a ghost town at
I hope they don’t think that I did it. On 6 September, I executed a Last Will & Testament, liquidated my entire stock portfolio and left the country for a vacation. These were moves planned in advance and not based
Sorry but bad news just keeps rolling in necessitating an updated estimate corrected downward. Corporate profits are down, consumer spending is down, construction is down, corporate investment is way down, and tax cuts at a time when revenue is down
Middle East I know that people are expecting some globalthoughts on all this Middle East stuff but I really don’t have much to add based on my recent trip. It’s a pretty hopeless situation. Leaders of countries are popular and
The defeat was first and foremost personal to barak and a punishment for his betrayal of those that voted him into office. it was also meant to be a punishment of sorts by centrists and Labor supporters to the palestinians
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