Monday, August 11, 2008

Monday Musings From Around the Blogosphere

I stayed up late to watch the men’s 4x100 freestyle relay and it was well worth losing some sleep to see that amazing anchor leg by Jason Lezak.

In any event, I am fortunate that other bloggers have been out there digging up some nuggets to keep my brain engaged...

3 comments:

dk said...

A nice -- and very Luby-esque -- collection. Of particular note is your eye for the credit-equity interconnection (Merkel, Roseman and Enke) and the suspicions they raise about our current bottom. The MontyHigh gold bit dripped appropriately with GATA intrigue, and the two weather articles rounded out a nice half-hour read.

You should do more of these...

Bill Luby said...

I know I should do more of these. Frankly, with what Abnormal cranks out on a daily basis, I am less motivated to do so, but I do draw from a much wider variety of sources than they do, I suspect.

Based on the not so random sampling, the links do not paint a pretty picture. Most of the time I try to be balanced, but sometimes I try to make a not so nuanced point. This is an example of the latter. What was missing was the tech, humor and tangents, but they will eventually be reprised.

Speaking of reprise, I am going to assume that green light is stuck on green for a good reason until I hear otherwise...

dk said...

The only sure thing about a green light is that it eventually flips back to red. That said, it's green until it's not.

I am keeping The dk Report charts and the accompanying blurb current. So, stop by for a touch more of the blow-by-blow.

Far be it from me to give you assignments, but you do cover material in your linkfests that Abnormal doesn't. And yes, your links don't paint a pretty picture, even as a number of credible long-term bottom finders near a Buy signal. Strange dayz.

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