Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Florida Winter Weather

The warm temperatures returned to Sunny South Florida, today. The current temperature is 76 degrees. How’s that for winter weather. Frankly, I don’t miss the snow, the sleet, and the freezing temperatures. I, especially, don’t miss shoveling snow. Now would be an ideal time for a trip to the beach area. February is a brutal month in the North country.

Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
Aldous Huxley

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Image of the Day - Gallery and Florida Weather

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Image of the Day - Gallery

The weather has been absolutely beautiful in South Florida this winter. However, tomorrow and Monday we will experience temperatures as low as 42 degrees.

People in the North find 42 degrees in February like a summer day. Nevertheless, when the temperature drops 40 degrees in a couple of days, you feel intensely cold. Add the high humidity to that scenario, and you are freezing. Fortunately, the temperature will return to the normal 60 to 75 degrees on Tuesday.

I wish all the folks in the frozen north an early spring. Or, you can come down for a visit.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Spammers zombiestat and vampirestat

I just found out that vampirestat and zombiestat are spammers attempting to generate more traffic for their own purposes. Isn’t it disgusting that people such as this exist. From which rat infested hole do they come? Don’t they respect anyone or anything? People like this belong in jail because they are merely thieves .

Stop and Go Economy

Markets are spinning downward today, with the DJIA off about 150 points. All 10 S&P sectors are down, too. Even Wal-Mart Stores dove nearly 2%.

Does this mean the rush to buy stocks has ended?

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Economic Recovery?

The media tells us that the economy is recovering. However, the average number of jobs added over the past four years is 151,000 people per month, and GDP is averaging 2.2%.
The average number of new entrants into the workforce each month is 125,000 to 150,000. GDP needs to grow at greater than 3% to create enough jobs to get us out of this malaise. In addition, the GDP growth is an illusion created by Federal Reserve policies.

The question: When will we see an economic recovery that helps the middle class family in America?