Monthly Archives: March 2009

yin yout and the rand connection

I go from the warm southland to the cool blue north. I see sunshine in the morning and then a beautiful snowfall in the afternoon like yesterday. I am in and then I am out as I fly around on … Continue reading

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sandwich logic and a taste of Bastiat

“Never be afraid to sit awhile and think.” Lorraine Hansberry wrote in A Raisin in the Sun. Bastiat once wrote that “The state is the great fictitious entity by which everyone seeks to live at the expense of everyone else.” … Continue reading

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Eureka with a little von Mises logic mixed in

The “light bulb” or “aha!” answer seems to appear from thin air as if snatched from that elusive Gulf Breeze I love. Eureka does rely on a very different method of thinking from normal problem-solving, as indicated by research performed … Continue reading

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the pirate in me

I covertly skipped a few days of school my junior year of high school around 1970. I can’t explain my thought processes. But a couple of buddies and I stuck out our thumbs and headed toward Ft. Lauderdale to hopefully … Continue reading

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CEO YOU

Adam Smith is on my best thinkers list along with John Locke and the Greeks and Tommy Jefferson. In his classic The Wealth of Nations, Smith stated what I think needs to be restated: “It is not from the benevolence … Continue reading

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