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Friday, January 11, 2008

Exhaustion Has Set In

A series of long days under major pressure has finally done me in. I'm going to sleep.

In the meantime, Calculated Risk and this little tidbit about Tiffany's:
Total sales from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31 rose 8 percent, Tiffany said today in a statement.
Total holiday sales rose 15 percent in 2006.
Sales at U.S. stores open at least a year declined 5 percent in December after gaining 7 percent in November, spokesman Mark Aaron said on the conference call.
Eventually, it turns out that if the peons don't eat their Lordships find their profits decreasing as a result. They seem to be right on the curve. If anyone's interested, comparing corporate income tax receipts YoY for rolling two month periods since last April will give you a very accurate picture about what the economy's really doing. You can get the Treasury daily statements here. For year-ago data use the sidebar link to the DTS archive.

More about Countrywide's Pennsylvania Pickle in this article.

Thanks for the link to the CW article,CW sounds like an awful company to work for or with.Please get plenty of sleep,and take care of yourself generally.
It is, if you are sane.

I am trying. Things are certainly looking up on the ChiefDex. Thanks.
Re Countrywide's PA Pickle:

I forwarded the original blog posting (with the court transcript) around. Especially the part about the "re-created" evidence. ("Fake but Accurate", anyone?)

My old Dungeonmaster (D&D) had this comment:

"Like he (CW's lawyer) thought that would fly."

A Mormon lawyer contact in Texas commented that this is the type of stuff that usually leads to investigations and lotsa felony indictments.
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