Ode To My Rice Cooker

Back in the old days (before I had kids and lived in a big fancy house), I lived a simple life. I had small apartments with roommates, and kept my expenses really low. Less than $10 a day (not including rent).

I cooked much of my own food (like today), but I did so with a very limited set of culinary tools — Two knives, some mixing bowls, a microwave, and a rice cooker. Sure, I could have eaten out, but I chose to save my money instead…

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May 2019 Dividend Income And Expenses

I think May has to be my favorite month of the year to live in the Pacific Northwest.  Everything is green and blooming from previous rain showers, and the weather finally gets warm and dry enough to spend an entire day outside with the family.

Most of the year here is cold, cloudy and wet.  We spend a lot of time indoors playing board games, reading books, watching movies, hanging out with friends, and trying to stay dry….

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Is The Internet Causing The World To Become More Faddish?

Unique thinking has always been something of a rarity among the human race.  Humans are social creatures that like to fit in.  We love to talk, tell stories, share ideas, and even copy some of the best ideas.  We also tend to follow the people we believe to be authorities.

This behavioral tendency leads to fads and faddish behavior.  Take for example Tulip-mania…

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