We break down the seven steps of the Euro’s destruction, thanks to the media and political class’ refusal to identify and deal with issues plaguing the bloc…. Read More
A few years ago, when living in Phuket, Thailand, a group of Saudis stayed for a week’s holiday in a neighboring villa.
Outside of the religious and social confines of the land of black gold and endless sand, this group made a bunch of spoiled 5-year olds left to run amok in a candy shop without adult supervision look positively angelic…. Read More
I’ve spent a good few hours running. Up hills, down hills, along flats… just running. A not so startling realization is that running uphill burns more calories, is more taxing on your body, makes you breathe harder, and will make you tired faster than running on a flat or downhill. Running downhill is easier and… Read More
Last week at my son’s football game, a fellow parent remarked to me that bald heads are cool. I actually thought the guy may be off his rocker a bit, but then I figured that maybe he was trying to be nice as I’ve got more hair on my big toe than on my shaved… Read More
Watching the ongoing Greek saga unfold is enough to make a blind man grimace. Capital controls which could be seen coming down the track like a freight train are but one more notch on the disaster stick called European Monetary Union. Why talk of Greek debt negotiations is even taking place at all is the… Read More
I had taken my then life savings earned from a job pushing shopping trolleys at the supermarket, and sent them overseas with a friend. I was 16 years of age and my life aspiration was to travel the world. I’d figured out that to do so I’d be needing (strong) foreign currency. My friend banked… Read More