I am having a ball trading today, which has become the norm lately. Thus, I’m going to blow you good people off with one of my favorite videos ever. Crank it up.
Every Tuesday this month, I’ll be spending the afternoon in the studio to continue recording the Audible, Inc. version of my Panic, Prosperity, and Progress book. So I’ll be mute each week around this time, doing a post in the evening. In the meantime:
I have spent the entire weekend driving my beloved children to various and sundry events, and I’m ready to relax in preparation for an exciting trading week ahead. I’m getting bombarded with emails about nonsense and fights breaking out in comments. I have neither the mental nor emotional energy to play school marm right now, so I’m just going to shove in this music video from the 80s as a comment cleaner/resetter (plus, the drummer is righteously cool). Here’s the “real” Sunday evening post that BDI did, if you missed it.
Here’s a fun video I did fifty months ago (yes, Slope is so old, I can toss around times like that with ease). It is a salute to:
+ Slopers, both past and present;
+ My unrelenting narcissism;
+ A barely-concealed martyr complex
If nothing else, the music is good.
This is the most hilarious thing I’ve seen in a long time: it is the final scene from the original Star Wars (that is, Episode IV) in which Luke, Han, and Chewy walk into the throne room to the John Williams fanfare. The original scene is quite stirring but, as you’ll soon discover, only because of the music.