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Wow! You’ve really become a right-winger. And they say leopards can’t change their spots.
I’m always curious how one reconciles themselves at abandoning what they once considered core beliefs for literally the complete opposite. I mean 63’s posts say, “I’ve taken all my old beliefs and lit them on fire in the backyard for all new complete opposite beliefs.” But how he manages his belief system in reality it’s his business and not mine.
“Chris Wallace breaking news” sounds a lot like ‘Chris Wallace breaking wind’
Why cnn thought a subscription service for news interviews is beyond me. Sounded like a doomed business model from the get go…especially when they started spending loads of cash right up front.
They needed to develop a subscription base first…then spend money to boost it once it was a viable business. That’s what spotify did…not the other way around.
Same. Been semi-retired since age 60, now 62.5. Great shape.
Mine too, and my plan to leave my kids something significant is still on track.
That’s a real stickler for me. On one hand I want to and on the other
hand I’m concerned it could be counter productive. Oh sure I could create
some elaborate trust that has measurable targets that have to be met; but, I don’t want
to be “Daddy from the Grave” either. Still on the fence.
Some events in your life live on longer than you might imagine. Here’s a fun story I recently heard:
Dr. Epstein was a renowned physician who earned his undergraduate, graduate, and medical degrees in his home town and then left for Manhattan, where he quickly rose to the top of his field.
Soon he was invited to deliver a significant paper, at a conference, coincidentally held in his home town. He walked on stage and placed his papers on the lectern, but they slid off onto the floor. As he bent over to retrieve them, at precisely the wrong instant, he inadvertently farted.
The microphone amplified his mistake resoundingly through the room and reverberated it down the hall.
He was quite embarrassed but somehow regained his composure just enough to deliver his paper. He ignored the resounding applause and raced out the stage door, never to be seen in his home town again.
Decades later, when his elderly mother was ill, he returned to visit her. He reserved a hotel room under the name of Levy and arrived under cover of darkness.
The desk clerk asked him, “Is this your first visit to our city, Mr. Levy?”
Dr. Epstein replied, “Well, young man, no, it isn’t. I grew up here and received my education here, but then I moved away.”
Why haven’t you visited?" asked the desk clerk.
Actually, I did visit once, many years ago, but an embarrassing thing happened and since then I’ve been too ashamed to return."
The clerk consoled him. "Sir, while I don’t have your life experience, one thing I have learned is that often what seems embarrassing to me isn’t even remembered by others. I bet that’s true of your incident too."Dr. Epstein replied, “Son, I doubt that’s the case with my incident.”
“Was it a long time ago?”
Dr. Epstein: “A very long time.”
Clerk: “Was it before or after the Epstein fart?”
I thought I opened up about chris wallace?
Well there is always tribal people and cheesecake.