Monthly Archives: August 2011

Howard Schultz is Correct

Earlier this week in a Financial Times article and email to his employees and fellow CEOs, Starbucks head Howard Schultz asked “that all of us forgo political contributions until the Congress and the President return to Washington and deliver a … Continue reading

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Charlie Reese- 545 vs 300 Million

This post is based on an email (below) I received titled “Charlie Reese’s final column – PLEASE READ.” While I strongly suspect that it is not the actual final column that Reese wrote, I think it contains some provocative thoughts … Continue reading

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Fooling Ourselves?

Are we fooling ourselves? According to a 2010 Consumer Reports survey ( , ~90% of Americans considered their diet to be Share this:ShareEmailDiggFacebook

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Theme Update-By the Numbers

Math and logic have always been my strength. If you put me in a room with a 1,000 randomly selected people and tried to teach us a foreign language, I would probably fall in the bottom half. However, in that … Continue reading

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