Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hurry Up or Wait – Which is Better?

The Wall Street Journal last week-end carried a book review of a book by Frank Partnoy entitled Wait; The Art and Science of Delay. One of the quotes from the book that I find memorable and thought-provoking is “Don’t just … Continue reading

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Baseball & the Meaning of Life – NY Yankees at Atlanta Braves

Last week my wife, Karla, and I were in Atlanta to visit a close relative and to see the Yankees play the Braves at Turner Field.  This was an interleague game between two teams in first place in their respective … Continue reading

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Thoughts from Holland Hall HS Graduation

Last week we attended the high school graduation ceremony at Holland Hall school.  For those not familiar with it, Holland Hall is a private school in Tulsa.  Of the several private schools in Tulsa, Holland Hall is one of the … Continue reading

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