Monthly Archives: November 2012

Because Different is Always Better (Sarcasm Intended)

Both Auburn and the University of California fired their football coaches within the last week, moves that got me thinking about short-term thinking. Auburn fired Gene Chizik after a 3-9 season – two years after he had led the team … Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s Hard to Be Cranky

I spent most of last week wondering what I was going to crab about this week. I’m still looking. Everything seems to be on an upswing – the economy, the weather, the local football teams (well, some of them). Oh, … Continue reading

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Boomers Set Adrift

It wasn’t that long ago that Boomers were considered the luckiest generation on the planet. As one disgruntled Generation Xer put it, “The baby boomers seem to live charmed lives, always at the forefront of change and in the spotlight. … Continue reading

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This Country Is Condemned

For as long as Mitt Romney has been running, I have been convinced that there is no way the American people would elect a president they can’t trust. To my mind, Romney portrayed himself as a liberal to get elected … Continue reading

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