Quick one today! First song is a newer cross over: One Thing Right by Kane Brown and Marshmello. The second is Not Afraid by Eminem. Both great. Eh, how about a third. It’s The Other Side by Aerosmith. Now here’s a great photo shared with me by a super bad hombre: And just for kicks,... Continue Reading →
This evening, I saw an article about MacKenzie Scott and how the novelist filed for divorce from her second husband. Firstly, very sad. Sorry to hear it. Secondly, again, “novelist”? Maybe “heiress”. Or “socialite”. But she’s no more a “novelist” than I am a “professional blogger”: yeah, I do it, but it’s not exactly now... Continue Reading →
It was inevitable but to actually see the numbers and scale of this is sad. Remember when Biden touted EVs creating American jobs and how Ford and GM are doing a far superior job relative to that of Tesla? From Blomberg: "Tesla Inc. has been going through “supply chain hell,” but Elon Musk believes the... Continue Reading →
MacKenzie Bezos. Melinda Gates. Nicole Brin. Behind every great woman is a great man.
"Dethroned. Tesla (TSLA) is no longer the world's biggest electric vehicle maker as the EV pioneer takes a backseat to BYD (OTCPK:BYDDY). The Chinese automaker, which is backed by Warren Buffett, sold 641,350 new energy vehicles in the first six months of 2022, representing a 315% increase from the same period last year. Tesla, on... Continue Reading →
We have a gallery wall set of frames and when I accidentally bumped into a bunch of them, I realized that they look better slightly askew.
I can’t be more clear that this is not at all what “she” said. Definitely didn’t say this. Separately, I appreciated this sticker of Uncle Joe at the pump. It’s not at all accurate or reflective of the pricing mechanics of a globalized, highly standardized commodity that is freely traded in a market economy but... Continue Reading →
Some random junk for your Tuesday evening: Have you ever seen the 50-70 foot long concrete arrows that crisscross the country? They were used by USPS pilots flying across the country overnight in the 1920s and early 1930s before the advancements in radar technology. Check out this 3 minute YouTube video on it! Looking for... Continue Reading →
...retail, real estate, restaurants, resources (oil & gas), reimbursables (Medicare and Medicaid), and automotive OEM" - Private Equity Bro. I really liked this little jingle.
Before I begin, I’d just like to point out that Tim Apple initially autocorrected my title from “Dems” to “Fems”. Tim Fruit isn’t wrong. The big news of the day - other than 30 year fixed mortgages hitting an 11 year high - is Teflon Elon making a $(5)4.20 bid for soon-to-be Titter (nee Twitter).... Continue Reading →