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Beware the Treaties

When I opened the shades this morning, I was greeted by a monochromatic world.  Michigan is covered in snow.  Cloudy days are the norm.  The wind has been quite gusty, blowing snow all around. These are good days to stay … Continue reading

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Between Giggles and Tears

How does a doomer prepare for retirement? Between giggles and tears. Like the dutiful middle class people we are, we’ve been saving for retirement since we started working, practically. I’ve been hearing since the 1980’s that social security won’t be … Continue reading

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Adrift on the sea of despair

Five days into May, Michigan seems almost normal, weather-wise.  After a cold March and historic flooding in April, we have sun and temperatures in the 70s.  It didn’t feel normal, because last year, we had temps in the 80s and … Continue reading

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Endgame

How do you think the world will end? With a bang, a whimper or something in between? As you might imagine, we doomers spend quite a bit of time mulling this over.  There is no real consensus, and as the … Continue reading

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We are all Crazy

I wrote about the Aurora massacre, called it American Blood. Children were massacred at Sandy Hook elementary school last week, and we’re all a little nuts.  Hyper vigilant.  Defensive.  Angry. So, David Simon, whom I’ve written about in the past … Continue reading

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