What better way to start off a post than with a tribute to Simon and Garfunkel, and in reference to my lack of posting anything of note….. Speaking of baseball, it looks like the A’s need to wait another year; perhaps my prediction of an A’s vs Dodgers ’88 rematch was a year to soon.  I […]

Well, I’ve let the blog get stagnant as always, which is so bad for SEO, but I digress, the reason for the post – The Old Course. The Old Course is everything a golf enthusiast would dream, and more.  I stumbled across a few photos on my Google Screen Saver and had figured why not […]

As some may know, I read the LA Times cover to cover, just about every day, sometimes to a fault when the days’ news is done (hell it’s already a day late), but I refuse to take the chance of somehow missing something worth reading. Which brings me to David Lazarus.  David is a business […]

I was reading an LA Times the other day and ran across an articles on the state of Ireland’s economy, and what more of an appropriate time to discuss Ireland then on the brink of good old St. Paddy’s Day. So, I guess there’s a running joke among the Irish that goes something like this:  […]

I think not–both sport the Green and Gold and both teams are underdogs that come to play every day.  In fact, these two relatively obscure sides have delivered their fair share of championships, with the A’s the third all-time leading World Series winners, with 9, and the Bok’s with two World Cup Rugby titles under […]

Well, the world finally came around:  World’s Greatest Business Mind. Special thanks to Mike Simpson for alerting me to this historical achievement.

Yesterday marked the swearing in of our 44th president (well, 43rd if you don’t county Grover Cleveland twice):  Barak Hussein Obama.  I’ve mentioned before how I believe him to truly be a unifying figure for not only the United States, but the world as well.  Only time will tell how he will perform as commander-in-chief, […]

Once again my boy Scott McCain recommended a book to me, and once again his recommendation was pure: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles by Haruki Murakami. About a 1/4 of the way through the novel, I came across a great quote, which applies to both business and life in general: “Maybe he really did have a […]

To be or not to be….that really is the question these days for the Los Angeles Lakers. The season is drawing to a close, and losses such as last night to Portland could only be forecast. Why do they have our number in the new dome?  These things happen, but what a great opportunity lost […]

This will likely become one of many posts concerning our beloved Los Angles Lakers. I have been a Lakers’ fan for as long as I can remember, dating back to early 80’s when Showtime redifined basketball as we now know it. In fact, it was a member of that incredible showtime cast that I proudly […]

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