Ya Get One Life. Enjoy It While Ya Got It... Rest In Sobriety And Decorum When Yer Dead. WFO Until You See God, Count Ta Two....And THEN Hit The Brakes. 

"The primary objective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better."
-- Jim Rohn

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Tanqueray Man....
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Townsend was right... when he died, it took a bass player and three or four horns and a keyboard to replace him.

http://www.thereformedbroker.com/2011/0 ... consumers/
http://oldprof.typepad.com/a_dash_of_in ... -jobs.html

Bonds and cash inna 401a. Protecting what I got. There are old riders and bold riders. But there ain't no old bold riders. At least not without luck and brains and the experience to know the difference. I'm an old bold rider, and I'm parked under the overpass, waiting out the weather.

In the discussion that followed, the city officials asked a few technical questions, and Arthur Nusbaum expressed concern over a shortage of certified welders who had passed the city's structural-welding test. That would not be a problem, the representatives from the Department of Buildings replied; one of the area's most trusted steel inspectors, Neil Moreton, would have the power to test and immediately certify any welder that Citicorp's repair project required. Nusbaum recalls, "Once they said that, I knew we were O.K., because there were steamfitter welders all over the place who could do a fantastic job."
Before the city officials left, they commended LeMessurier for his courage and candor, and expressed a desire to be kept informed as the repair work progressed. Given the urgency of the situation, that was all they could reasonably do. "It wasn't a case of 'We caught you, you skunk,'" Nusbaum says. "It started with a guy who stood up and said, 'I got a problem, I made the problem, let's fix the problem.' If you're gonna kill a guy like LeMessurier, why should anybody ever talk?"


I pay very serious attention to Rick Bookstaber. Read "A Demon of Our Own Design" To Understand Why.

http://rick.bookstaber.com/2011/08/work ... night.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/11/techn ... .html?_r=1
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/07/opini ... g-but.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree ... xes-growth

http://www.washingtonpost.com/the-magic ... print.html

http://joefahmy.com/2011/09/11/why-i-co ... o-sit-out/
http://blogs.wsj.com/marketbeat/2011/09 ... d-edition/

So far, So good....So What? STILL All Cash and Bonds and Still Feelin' Awright! About It ....

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/09 ... work/all/1
http://www.truth-out.org/goodbye-all-re ... 1314907779


We closed near 1190 onna S&P today. I bailed out 150 points higher about 4 months ago. Resistance is 10 and 70 points higher. Support is 70 and 90 points lower. If that support fails, like onna bad headline plunge, next stop down could be WAY down. And have no doubt; the market is inna headline driven bear market phase. We have to write off Greece. We have to worry about Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland. But see, if I knew enough to worry about Belgium, then I'd really be worried about bad headlines. We're at two and a half bounces. Two and a half.... That rings a bell and it ain't a good one.

I'm in a wait and see mode. In cash and bonds....


http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2011/09/at ... -tomorrow/
http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2011/09/we ... nform-you/

Stay Tooned....

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