ShopTalk: Ure Plays Wine Receiver + Avoiding Falls

Worth having a discussion about senior housing accessibility for two reasons this week.   First is wife Elaine who will have a hip replacement sooner, or later.  We went to “hip school” last week (more on this in a minute) and learned a lot about what to avoid. Second was – when I went to the store on the semi-weekly food run this week – I managed to trip and fall in the parking lot.  Yeah …

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CPI, Vax Risks, and Incredible Woo-Woo

Your World Just Got Stranger We have a novel theory – and there’s more on the  Peoplenomics site in Wednesday’s report – that A.I. is affecting (mediating) a  détente between excess-production Capitalism and lazier (but more resource-friendly) under-producing Socialism-Communism. As part of this, we see – as Watchers/Victims, not Participants – massive contradictions in “news” events like the last Election. For example, few attended Joe Biden rallies, yet he won by a (reported/sold as) massive …

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90 Wasted Minutes; Expiring Money is Coming

10 Things Better Than the Debate OK…I watched it.  What a freakin waste of time.  OMG!  What would have been better? Going to bed 90-minutes earlier.  That would have had health benefits. Listening to some smooth jazz and meditating.  Although, I would have been asleep in 5… Praying.  But that would still land me sleeping in 10… Visualizing.  Might get out to 15-minutes before crashing. Working on my Nobel Prize.  (Only partly joking:  Our time-bending …

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The Reaction Speed Diet

Want to live 30% longer?  Stick around. There is a trick hidden in plain sight which I haven’t see discussed anywhere else. With markets in their pre-election confusion now – likely to last until inauguration – we focus on physical optimizing one’s wetware platform today. Gone are the days of “optimizing for weight” for us.  Instead, an assortment of widely available home measurement tools can be brought to bear if one chooses to use them. …

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Our Sunday Morning Post…

…will be along shortly. Try about 10:30 AM Central, 11:30 Eastern. Or, if you are on the left coast, try when Mickey’s right hand is almost straight up and his left one straight down….. Ure has just finished some “outside work” and is drenched in  sweat so food and some hydration is more important – sorry! Mental toughness and sheer will-power are among your most important assets when you’re 71+.  Trust me on this…this is …

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Markets: Mark to Reality Time?

Reader Note:  This is being posted in sections this morning because of the cold-front, T-cells, and rain moving through the area this morning.  The finished product should be up around 8 AM Central, as always.  If you’re reading earlier than that, here’s your chance to see if you can read faster than I can type! Mark to Market? Many moving pieces to the market this week.  Let’s run though the ones that could figure most …

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Woo-Woo: How to Make a “Speed Crown”

Recitals: Nothing in this note is to be construed as “medical advice.”  This is informational, about something called low level laser light therapy. Since I have been using LLLLT (also known as LLLT, a/k/a/ photobiomodulation) I have personally experienced health benefits including the virtual elimination of eczema which I’ve suffered through for 70-years… Background: Down to just a few days until I am “Out of the Penalty Box” following the naval hernia / mesh implant.  …

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The Sunday Think: Does Food Drive Language?

Yes, it’s True.  I usually go through my “work day” with what passes as a “daily think.” Normally, it’s something that no one else seems to have looked into, so I begin to ask a lot of questions. For example, since I had a hernia operation 12-days ago, that set of contemplation got me on the track of minimizing healing time and a “personal protocol to test” was developed (shared on the Peoplenomics side) and …

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