Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bob rants with hair AND beard on fire about Election 2010

First, for some proper mood music, click on this link and listen to “Do you hear the people sing” from the tenth anniversary concert of Les Miserables. One thing is certain about Tuesday’s election.  After its over, some combination of … Continue reading

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A comment from a Midfirst employee.

Earlier this month I made a little comment about Midfirst Bank and my household’s less-than-complimentary-experiences with said banking institution.  Well, I had a very interesting message left on my home phone (which is listed in the phone book), so interesting … Continue reading

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Mary Fallin’s Campaign for Oklahoma Governor

As the election approaches, I watch less and less TV.  The campaign commercials are too nauseating.  But even a little TV time these days shows that Mary Fallin is really proud of her platform: Mary Fallin hates the federal health … Continue reading

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More on the bankruptcy of fed policy.

Today’s NY Times has an article showing the pun-ishing bankruptcy of fed  reserve policy.  For 2 years, the federal reserve has kept interest rates at practically nothing.  This has greatly hurt anyone who has money in the bank — that … Continue reading

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Midfirst Bank Depositors Beware!

Folks with accounts with Midfirst Bank, hq’ed in Oklahoma City, should read the fine print in the letter they received this week about changes in account terms.  Basically the bank is inviting its customers to waive their constitutional rights and … Continue reading

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