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How Big IS our Budget Debt?

March 2, 2010

This is a simple post. Check out this video at Wimp.com I think you’ll find it interesting? http://www.wimp.com/budgetcuts/ A penny for your thoughts?

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How we say_What we say_Is important

July 7, 2009

What follows is a reprint of a post I made as part of the contributors to the Bloodhoundblog in Phoenix.  I was honored to ask to write among this diverse and talented group of writers, and what follows is a comment I had on the topic of transparency. It seems that transparency has become quite […]

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Pay Attention to your Home Value

April 16, 2009

Don’t be hit by the train…Pay attention! I recently gave a talk to some local business folks. In that talk I described the distressed market, explaining short sales, foreclosures and REO’s. During the talk I was amazed to see that everyone was on the edge of their seats, and this was somewhat surprising since most […]

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A Tribute to Sir, From Unchained

April 16, 2009

Tuesday, May 27, 2008 A tribute to Sir, from Unchained I wanted to let you know that our adopted dog, Sir, passed away while Beth and I were in Phoenix. He ingested some rocks, got bloat, and then passed away in Beth’s care after four long and arduish days.Because I was at the Bloodhound Unchained […]

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Bloodhound Unchained

April 16, 2009

Wednesday, May 21, 2008 Bloodhound Unchained I spent this past week in Phoenix, Arizona, just a 6 hour drive from my home in San Diego. The reason for my visit was Greg Swann’s and Brian Brady’s first ever Bloodhound Unchained conference for Social Networking.They, along with the participants and attendees, succeeded in a way well […]

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Ask For Help

April 14, 2009

Saturday, December 15, 2007 You have to ask for help I met with some clients today that I can help. Boy, if I only had the time to tell you all the stories about the clients I didn’t meet, simply because they didn’t ask for help!You may be one of these folks, or almost for […]

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It’s Hardly An EOD

April 14, 2009

Saturday, December 8, 2007 It’s hardly an EOD I took a young couple out looking for homes today. First time we had met, and our initial introduction had been through my web site and a couple of emails.In the course of our meeting I engaged in my usual convivial chatter, finding out in small snippets […]

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See the Pyramids Along the Nile

April 14, 2009

See the Pyramids along the Nile   My wife and I just got back from our tenth anniversary cruise/get out of Dodge/cabin fever trip to the Mediterranean. A welcome time off of some two plus weeks, with a start in Athens, cruise and trips to Olympia, Corfu, Egypt, Santorini, Mykonos, Ephesus and Istanbul. All-in-all a […]

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What’s In A Name?

April 14, 2009

Thursday, March 22, 2007 Why the name “Buy Half A House?”What’s in a name, you ask? Well in this case, a lot. You see, home ownership for most of us, read anyone other than an investor, is a singularly personal and oft times private affair. After all, the king, his queen and heirs have to […]

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Working with the Dregs

April 14, 2009

Thursday, February 22, 2007 Working with the dregs There’s an old Frank Sinatra song that has a wonderful line “…from the brim to the dregs. It poured sweet and clear. It was a very good year….”With great wine, tasting from the brim, or first portion, is a sweet affair. The flavors that arise aren’t an […]

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