You just have to love this! What a team...Martin and Lewis! I would have loved to seen them live. You all know I am a big fan. So Enjoy the video.
Thursday, February 22, 2007
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Monday, February 05, 2007
I never get tired of listening to Frank Sinatra. He is a timeless terrific voice singing timeless terrific songs. This is truly a great complilation and belongs in every music lover's collection. Romance: Songs From the Heart contains 21 of Sinatra's classic Capitol-era (1953-61) love songs digitally re-mastered (24-bit) from the original studio tapes and together for the first time on one CD. An unreleased version of "Nice 'N' Easy" and "If You Are But A Dream" (never-before commercially available on CD) compliment the collection.
Only a handful of Americans have Warren Buffett's kind of money. But we can all learn from the rumpled billionaire's humble lifestyle. Buffett's secrets of simple living--and an ever growing networth...
1. Don't Waste money on housing. Like the rest of us, Buffett spends more time at work than he does at home. As a result, he still owns the house he bought in the mid-1950's for around $31,000.00
2. Never pay full price. Buffett only buys things that deliver great value and are on sale--so he buys Coca-Cola by the case and his suits off the rack.
3. Stay of our debt and on top of your finances. Buffett writes his company's annual letter to shareholders and reportely does his own income taxes.
4. Don't waste money on status or power trips. Buffett's car is serveral years old, and he drives it himself.
5. Read as much as you can in your spare time. Buffett reads or skims about 100 magazines, newspapers and annual reports each month. He believes reading teaches you a great deal about human nature and helps develop a sixth sense for spotting investment trends early enoughto profit from them.
Source: Robert Hagstrom, principal with Lloyd, Leith & Sawin, and investment-management firm in Philadelphia. He is the author of The Warren Buffett Way: Investment Strategies of theh World's Greatest Investor.