On the morning of Friday, February 17, 2012, I wired my son and sent him to school. That night, when I listened to the audio my life changed forever. I heard my son being bullied by his teacher and aide.
There will probably be mostly European and East-coast developers this year…
To be fair it was said in 2007. He has probably changed his position on this more often than a porn whore in a three way.
Hospital patients waiting in an emergency room or convalescing after surgery are being confronted by an unexpected visitor: a debt collector at bedside.
Another reason not to switch to Single Payer health care: all those poor debt collectors will be out of a job!
The UK economy has slid into its second recession since the world financial crisis first hit, with new official data indicating a fall in output for the second consecutive economic quarter.
Social networking giant Facebook has reported its first quarter-to-quarter revenue slide in at least two years, in a sign that its sizzling growth may be cooling just a few weeks ahead of its expected Initial Public Offering (IPO) in May.
Is anyone else surprised…that they couldn’t delay this message?
Over the past weeks and months, we’ve been subjected to conflicting data regarding the state of the housing market in the United States with some data releases showing an improvement in housing and other data showing that we are not at the bottom. The folks at the St. Louis Federal Reserve have some interesting data that gives us some perspective on how the housing market looks compared to its past history as measured by the number of authorized new private housing units building permits or PERMITin FRED lingo.Here is a graph showing the number of building permits (in thousands) over the past three years:
…But, wait a minute. Let’s look back a bit further in time to see how the current monthly new housing permit data looks compared to what it looked like over the past decade:…Now, let’s look at all of the data that FRED has for PERMIT going back two generations to January 1960 when most baby boomers were still wearing either diapers or short pants: