6-2-12 Weekend Reading

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Yesterday, the Van Horn family returned by air from a great week-long trip to Florida. Translation: Yesterday, Mrs Van Horn and I were on planes with a (nearly) one-year-old all day and got home late. If you're reading this message, I was unable or unwilling to drag myself out of bed and add anything new to the abbreviated post I scheduled for automatic publication.

Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

Weekend Reading

"Sometimes we make decisions that we end up resenting ... because we fixate on the down sides." -- Michael Hurd, in "Exercise Your Choices!" at DrHurd.com

"The opportunistic nature of the arguments against big banks disproves any generous belief that intellectual conviction motivates them." -- Wendy Milling, in "Break up the Government, Not the 'Too Big to Fail' Banks" at Forbes

"We don't blame employees who quit to take higher-paying jobs elsewhere. Why should we blame companies that lay off employees to stay or become profitable?" -- Yaron Brook and Don Watkins, in "Celebrate Private Equity" at USA Today


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