(Community Matters) Worth reading – not just a piece by some radical lefty, this from a distinguished professor of law at Harvard and the person selected by Congress and the President to oversee the financial industry bailout.
Today, one in five Americans is unemployed, underemployed or just plain out of work. One in nine families can’t make the minimum payment on their credit cards. One in eight mortgages is in default or foreclosure. One in eight Americans is on food stamps. More than 120,000 families are filing for bankruptcy every month. The economic crisis has wiped more than $5 trillion from pensions and savings, has left family balance sheets upside down, and threatens to put ten million homeowners out on the street.
(Community Matters) Gotta be kidding me. I wasn’t aware. Must see Cate Blanchett as Blanche DuBois at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in a Streetcar Named Desire.
not to mention Joel Edgerton
(Community Matters) The Red Book – Jung’s confrontation with the unconscious (1913 – 1930), translating his emotions into images and grasping his fantasies that were stirring underground. It documents the founding of analytical psychology.
I know it’s Steven’s belated birthday gift, and I can’t seem to put it down
that’s okay, he’s still asleep and no fighting over it
(Community Matters) We’ll my clock is finally back on my preferred schedule – waking up between 3 and 4am feeling perfectly refreshed. I’m so much more productive on this schedule. Admittedly, I usually need a tiny nap during the day or early evening.
Also, I’m back to feeling 100%. Driving back from OK, I was feeling a little ginger. Monday night feared I was coming down with the flu. Mostly recovered yesterday and stayed in with the exception of one meeting. Good thing, much better today.