The Wall Street Journal – March 8, 2014
In the last few seasons, a number of fashion designers – and even some furniture designers – have caught indigo fever, using the dye to color everything from linen suits too sofas.
Fashion dicates new ways to choose.
You can have, and also wear “the blues.”
The Wall Street Journal March 3, 2014
As Russia’s military secured the Crimean peninsula, its currency hit a record low and its stock market plunged in the face of U.S. and European warnings of sanctions over the incursion into Ukraine.
You can see stock traders quiver,
While singing, “Crimea river.”
The Economist- February 22, 2014
…Bill Sharp, a Nobel laureate for economics, calculated that someone who saved via a low – cost fund would have a standard of living in retirement 20% higher than someone who saved in a high-cost fund…
When investing, there are no guarantees,
(Except for commissions and fees.)
The Wall Street Journal- March 4, 2014
… An advancing horde of scholars who, compelled by the cultural history and metaphor of the undead, are teaching and conducting research in the disciplines from economics to religion to medicine…
While studying zombies may bring enjoyment,
It likely leads to dead-end employment.
The Wall Street Journal – March 1-2 2014
When a government is overthrown, what do you call the situation? If you want identify with side doing the overthrowing, you might call it a “Revolution.” But if your sympathies lie with the old guard, you might call it a “coup.”
One man’s revolt is another man’s coup?
The truth? It depends on your point of view.