i think i was being a little extreme in my last post. played some music two nights ago and it was still pretty fun. here’s a little statistic that is part of what’s keeping me from rushing back into the stock market.

The estimated $300 billion in cash-out refinancing over the last two years is still dwarfed by the amount of consumer debt carried by Americans –$1.77 trillion, or $17,000 per household. This amount, by the way, does not include mortgages.

the consumer spending that has kept the economy limping along might soon be shutting down.






2 responses to “debt”

  1. bret Avatar

    Isnít the focus on any person that faces the public based on physical appearance from a managerial point of view? Does Minna exert a ìfocusî in regard to image? Iíd argue yes Ö in that Ming did not lay down a directive for white shirts and ties. You personally refuse topless women due to Ö

    Record companies do the same ñ find one that you donít need a white shirt and tie at- but never assume that the managers will let you do whatever you want as an employee Ö it is not in their best interest to let you ìget your freak onî in the basement nor toplessÖ but that doesnít make management bad people Ö play with your top on until you are powerful enough to tell management you play with your top off.

    Simplicity is all I am good for. I aplogise.

  2. lyra Avatar

    i also am a 136 mr. iph

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