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September 2009


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I'm so glad you read this book. It is one of my favorite books ever! And I have a dream of spending at least a month a year in France. I have my top list of views I'd like to have that range from rooftops in Paris, to fields in Provence, to water in Hyeres or Cassis. Maybe it is because of the way I felt when I was there. Or maybe it's because there way of life has elements I really appreciate and can't seem to capture here. I don't know that I could live there at this point--no career options come to mind--but if the opportunity were to arise, I'd take it.

There are some benefits to being blindly determined. I'm trying to get back in touch with that disposition.

Great review.

Great review Quel. I guess I need to bump this one up on my tbr.

I read that book just after I graduated college, gosh that was a long time ago. A great read, it was hard for me to put it down. I used to go the the ladies toilet at work and read...LOL!

I rarely watch fiacnainl "gurus", who are little more than entertainers. They are rude and condescending and most of them aren't even that great with fiannces. They made most of their money on books and TV, not in the markets.If you compare them to the real fiacnainl geniuses of our time (Lynch, Buffett, Templeton, Soros and Graham), they are a joke. And, the real fiancial geniuses are usually, warm, thoughful and genuine people. The TV gurus are mostly cackling buffoons.

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