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Headlines & Bits of Interest – 25 March 2021

Will Rogers adage.... “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It is what you do know that ain’t so.” See subscription offer at the end of this post – new pricing and free Yeti Rambler...

Headlines & Bits of Interest – 1 April 2021

April Fools’ Day—celebrated on April 1 each year—has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, though its exact origins remain a mystery. Some historians speculate that April...

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6 January 2021 – First Read of the Year

"As citizens of our great nation, all of us have a responsibility to speak out against and condemn in the strongest terms the violence and display of demagoguery we witnessed in our nation's capital...

31 December 2020 – Yearend Read

“The pandemic is not settled. There are tons of lawsuits trying to get business interruption insurance. If the courts ruled that all business interruption had to be covered then the industry would be...

24 December 2020 – Holiday Read

“Here’s to the nights we won’t remember. Here’s to friends we won’t forget. May we think of them forever.” – Ringo Starr  “Hang onto your hat. Hang onto your hope. And wind the clock, for...

Twas The Night Before Christmas 2020

2020 version of the poem, 'Twas the Night Before Christmas by Drs Scott Mueller and Hannah Marx* ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all over the world Every creature was trying to...

11 December 2020 – Weekend Read

“What the Brits will soon discover is they’ll need VISAS to travel to or through any EU country without a deal, so there will be no more driving to Spain (sun) or Switzerland (ski) at the last minute!...

Can you explain why Ireland will be hurt by a No Trade deal?

I asked a friend in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland: "Can you explain why Ireland will be hurt by a No Trade deal?" Simple, sort of… 1. The UK is Ireland’s largest import trading partner (the US is...