If you go
Many travel articles and web pages have a little sidebar entitled "if you go," making suggestions for visits in the destinations discussed in the articles. I had a few such suggestions culled during our recent trip, especially comparing Paris and London.
If I sound sour on tourism, I'm not. Just trying to give a full picture; but I'm looking forward to my next trip.
—Webmaster Jon Kennedy
Bull Market - A random market movement causing an investor to mistake himself for a financial genius.
Bear Market - A 6 to 18-month period when the kids get no allowance, the wife gets no jewelry and the husband gets no fun.
Momentum Investing - The fine art of buying high and selling low.
Value Investing - The art of buying low and selling lower.
P/E Ratio - The percentage of investors wetting their pants as the Market keeps crashing.
Broker - Poorer than we were in 1999.
Standard & Poor - Our life in a nutshell.
Stock Analyst - An idiot who just downgraded our stock.
Stock split - When your ex-wife and her lawyer split all your assets equally between themselves.
Market correction - The day after you buy stocks.
Cash flow - The movement our money makes as it disappears down the toilet.
Call option - Something people used to do with a telephone in ancient times before e-mail.
Day trader - Someone who is disloyal from 9-5.
Cisco - Sidekick of Poncho.
Yahoo - What we yell after selling it to some poor sucker for $240 per share.
Windows 2000 - What we jump out of when we're the sucker that bought Yahoo for $240 per share.
Institutional investor - Past year investor who's now locked up in a nuthouse.
Profit - Religious guy who talks to God. "
—Sent by Mike Harrison
When the whole moral and psychological atmosphere is secular and common, how can we escape its deadly effects? How can we sanctify the ordinary and find true spiritual meaning in the common things of life? The answer is plainly apparent but to some of us it will seem too tame and ordinary. It is to consecrate the whole of life to Christ and begin to do everything in His name and for His sake. That just means that we begin to do for Christ's sake what we had formerly been doing for our own!
— A. W. Tozer
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