What A week! Exciting trades, hot weather, and a 3 day weekend on the way. I have to get up and get cooking tomorrow, meat fest as usual.
On Risk Management
I have covered risk management before but I wanted an excuse to use this picture that freaks me out to the point of feeling ill because I so fear heights:
That maniac is bolting steel beams on the Empire State Building (Chrysler building in background) with no tether!! This is poor risk management.
I am tapped out for market stuff and the slow Friday for the market will be replicated next week too I think. Mini break time!
Friday Night Entertainment
What can I come up with tonight?
The Onion - Makes Fools of Us All Sometimes
I have been fooled by an article from The Onion a few times, but this one is pretty bad (via Geekologie). Click for larger view:
Now when the second girl from the bottom goes for a job interview in the future, she had better hope her Facebook posts are not searchable!
Pictures and Posters
And then He rested:
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Worth a Look
Some items worth a look.
-Khufu's Ship (Little Bits of History)
-Old Quabbin Reservoir Maps (Menotomy Maps)
-A Sith sword AND a Lightsaber, Vestara Khai is a bad ass and my kind of woman! (Wookiepedia):
I am in love. Sorry Lil Kim.
-The Giant Water Bug is not cool. At all. I think we should eradicate them. (Weird Universe)
For the movie/TV buffs.
My man chessNwine had this clip of from "A Bronx Tale" and it is a classic. "Now, Youz Can't Leave":
Before Jeff Bridges finally won the Oscar, he was just another overlooked amazing actor. In films like "Tucker: a Man and His Dream" you could see the mad acting skills. A cool film with Bridges was "Starman" and in this scene the man from the stars brings a deer back to life (skip tp 1:36 mark):
It is that time.
A big Happy Birthday shout out to loyal reader Gawains who had his birthday on Tuesday but will be celebrating this weekend. Readers know birthdays are HUGE to me so what can I send Gawains for turning the big 5-0?:
Gawains leads off Rock Blogging with ZZ Top's "La Grange":
OMG!!! I had know idea that tune was from ZZ Top! Great pick.
Ok, not to start a trend, but I LOVE this new song by My Darkest Days called "Pornstar Dancing" (I only heard it on the radio, never saw the maybe NSFW video, be warned):
Yeah!! I mentioned to my wife we have poles in the basement but she did not seem amused!? Some people....geez.
In Antigua I sang Karaoke, and if you know me that is just NOT a thing I would do. I sang Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Who'll Stop the Rain", but only because they did not have "Lodi" which is my favorite because it reminds me of my Dad who was always trying to play in some low rent band:
My man Scharfy may like a little Ronnie James Dio (RIP) and "Rainbow in the Dark". I know I love it, live is better:
A little Otis Redding? How about "These Arms of Mine"?:
Two tunes left, but I imagine there will be food pics and other content this weekend.
A little Moody Blues and a weird video of "Knights in White Satin":
No, if you are wondering if I am like 60 years old, I am 35 years old but I do love the age when music was good. As in not now.
A little fun? My wife loves this song (I have NO idea) by the Beastie Boys, take a weird run with "Paul Revere":
Best Beastie Boys song, easy, "So Whatcha Want!".
Have a good night.