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Long Term U.S. Credit Boom Chart

A quick take from HistorySquared brought the above chart.

It Keeps Getting Worse: Chesapeake board member lent money to CEO McClendon Reuters

Wells Fargo Getting into prime brokerage buying Merlin Reuters. Congrats to my friend Ron Suber!

Wall Street Is Full of ‘Stock-Picking Robots’ SmartMoney. 75,000 Subscribers? They must have had a robot for marketing too.

The Future Belongs to the Flexible WSJ. Interesting take on global dynamics.

Does Fracking Cause Earthquakes? Someone Does not want to know: Quake study by Youngstown injection well operator stymied

You probably knew this from Steven Malanga: How Retirement Benefits May Sink the States WSJ

But you may have missed this, seems the whole market did, or maybe just no one cares: Markets subdued after Spanish downgrade

Another Insurance company plans Ohio locations to sell the over 1000 Insurers Policies Columbus Dispatch. Yet I have one choice for Health Insurance #whatiswrongwithhealthcare.

Cleveland Flair

The Cleveland Orchestra is back and Lang Lang joins them playing Bartok and Bruckner Saturday night at Severance. Was there last night, awesome awesome.

Headliner Diana Krall hits the Tri-C JazzFest Saturday night, playing at the State Theatre.

Support Local University Heights boy 16 year old Michael Ferri as he performs with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra at Severance on Sunday

Yes the Indians are in town but a cheaper alternative is down in Akron as the Aeros take on the Altoona Curve Saturday and Sunday, or the Captains take on the Burlington Bess in Eastlake.

Bobby Flay and Emeril Lagasse headline the Fabulous Food Show at the I-X Center Saturday and Sunday.

Head on over to Chardon Square for the Geauga Maple Festival through Sunday

Dragonfly Facts

Dragonflies are a species of flying insect characterized by a fly-like head, small thorax near the head where wings and legs are located and a long, relatively thin abdomen. There are seven major families of dragonfly, each which contain dozens of species. There are several factors that go into determining a dragonfly species, but one of the easiest and most obvious means of classification is the body type. Characteristics such as color markings and shape can give clues to a dragonfly’s classification.

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