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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Moody’s reported that companies are hoarding cash. This hoarding is due to uncertainties in the economy. Cash to capital expenditures is at an all time high ratio. Trillions of dollars are not being spent because of fear. I suggested this … Continue reading
In 1858, the Palliser Expedition rolled through the Bow Valley. Expedition botanist Eugene Bourgeau spent some time collecting plants in the Canmore corridor and named several of the nearby peaks. Different from many other exploring types, he named mountains not … Continue reading
Not far from my house and just a few thousand years ago, an ice-free corridor opened up between the prairie ice sheet and the mountains. As temperatures warmed, these Clovis people wandered up the Bow Valley to hunt and collect … Continue reading
In ancient Aramaic, “yahzbuht” was a hex word used to invoke magical powers to help someone in time of need. Over the years, it morphed into “yes, but” and still carries the same function. I found it’s use quite prevalent … Continue reading
For some reason I caught a MSM (it may have been CBC) news broadcast the other day. I was pretty amazed when the business news soundbite claimed that the markets were all up. They explained how in spite of mixed … Continue reading