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    "... where the bee sucks there suck I ..."


    Shakesphere, "The Tempest", Act V, Scene 1
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    "Do you think I meant country matters?"

    Hamlet, to Ophelia

    Act 3, Scene 2

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    Famous painter James Abbott McNeill Whistler was dismissed from West Point because of a lack of talent for anything other than map making and drawing. After failing a chemistry exam Whistler commented " If silicon had been a gas , I should have been a major general."

    --------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiedyed1 View Post
    "Talk about your plenty, talk about your ills,
    One man gathers what another man spills."


    'St. Stephen', written by Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Robert Hunter
    Good remarks!

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    Quotation of the Day (regarding Ruth Porat's move to Google from Morgan Stanley)

    "Smart people go to where they feel there is the most growth."
    Robert Reffkin, who left Goldman Sachs in 2012 after seven years at the firm to found a start-up, Compass, that is focused on real estate.

    Google Should Feel Lucky in Its Finance Chief Hire The challenge for both Wall Street and Silicon Valley is to create more women like Ruth Porat, with financial, tech and government know-how, writes Robert Cyran of Reuters Breakingviews.
    Last edited by riverbabe; 03-25-2015 at 08:23 AM.

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    " A Fool And His Money Are Soon Parted"

    As for the history of this phrase, it is over 450 years old! This expression has been around since at least the year 1557, as it was used by the poet Thomas Tusser. He wrote a poem called Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, and the saying can be found within:

    "A foole and his money be soone at debate: which after with sorow repents him too late."

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    Man can be fool but he knows well how to money.

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    Quotation of the Day

    "I am delighted to play a part in bringing these two winning companies and their iconic brands together."
    Warren E. Buffett on the merger of Kraft and Heinz.

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    Nov.17th 2004 "The combination of Kmart and Sears is extremely compelling for customers, associates, and shareholders" Eddie Lampert

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Nov.17th 2004 "The combination of Kmart and Sears is extremely compelling for customers, associates, and shareholders" Eddie Lampert

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    Good news for all who is connected with it.

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