I’m going to go out of sequence here, and post a link outside of my regular weekly ones.

Economically, we’re in a bad place.  Our friends to the south are being hit harder than we are.  It started with the mortgage crisis (honestly, sub-prime loans for quarter million dollar houses to waitresses?), and has rippled out from there.  It affected almost every sector, and spread rapidly across the U.S borders into other countries.

A nice guy I met via BackSpace, and in person when I went down south, E.J. Knapp has blogged about it in Don’t Let the Meltdown Melt You Down.  It’s a good read.

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