on markets and mark twain

This started with John but now seems to have a life of it’s own. This is a great example of Dan’s (not me, the other Dan) mind at work. It’s why I love his blog.

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conserve for war 1943 posterIt’s nice to be reminded from time to time that our plight in this world , for better or worse , is most likely shared by plenty of others .There’s comfort , somehow , in that . What is it ? Misery loves company ? Whatever . Mark Twain said : All generalizations are false , including this one . 

I was reading the latest post written by another Dan , over at his blog No Facilities , about markets , and shopping , and marriage , and life , and college , and cooking . Yeah ; all of that , and no doubt scads of other stuff , too ; but I’m a sloppy reader and miss lots of detail . I’m not a detail guy ; by no means a perfectionist . That’s just the way it is . So , sue me . As Mark…

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  1. My husband is going to the grocery store this afternoon, and he’ll may a few missteps. But, I don’t care. Why? Because it means I don’t have to go and the thrill of grocery shopping has been gone for quite a few years. So, we have an agreement – he goes and I keep quiet. Works pretty well except when he forgets something I really had a hankering for. :-)

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    1. That’s a pretty good division of labor. I can be counted on in a pinch, but with my wife doing the cooking, I think she has to be doing the shopping, or she really has to invest time in a list. And, the list is going to include things like “a nice cut of meat” that will make no sense to me.

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  2. I do love Mark Twain’s quotes. Back in the 80’s i had a Psych professor who said “Misery doesn’t love company. (The last thing a miserable person wants to be around is a happy person.) Misery loves miserable company.” So true. Hugs.

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