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A LITTLE EXTRA…

Delayed Financing Cash Out; Men’s Time – Red Crayon

My Schedule…and a Little Extra:  It was all about the men…the boys…no females…just me and my son…a ship of men…a weekend of sailing the waters without care or reservation.  The girls were in Jamaica on my wife’s press trip.  So, me and my four-year old son had time to bond…like men…and we had a great time (despite his need to ask a question every 30 seconds).  The only scary part was in the last few hours, when he accidentally drew a foot-long line with thick red crayon on my wife’s beloved couch.  Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!  Abandon ship!  I called my fill-in-neighbor-wife to send lifeboats.  A Google search and a little female know-how proved successful…the ship was salvaged…there were no casualties.  Whew!  My wife will likely learn about this incident from reading this post…but I won’t show her where the supposed damage took place.  Despite her uncanny female bloodhound senses, I do not believe she will be able to find it.  If she does find it, the question is will she make me walk the plank?   |   As you may know one of my favorite shows is the Big Bang Theory…I was watching alone the other night while my wife was in Jamaica.  The season finale ended with couples nervously holding hands while their friend was launched into space on a NASA mission.  Read Chuck Lorre’s Vanity Card #389.

My Mystery Lyric:  Oh it was sad – so sad, It was sad – too bad, It was sad when the great ship went down – to the bottom of the — Husbands and wives – little children lost their lives, It was sad when the great ship went down…. — Answer.

My Market Watch:  Rates cannot be sustained.  The stock market is ripe for a correction.  However, in the last two weeks, the economy has not been fighting for position and Bonds have simply been taking what’s given them.  You should be thinking the same way.  For the love of all things holy in this land, call anyone eligible for a refinance, or hire someone to call them for you.  Disclaimer

My Schedule:  Behind the computer all day.

One response to “Delayed Financing Cash Out; Men’s Time – Red Crayon

  1. Sara Smith May 22, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    I rule!

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