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I'm known neither for my sense of timing nor my sense of logic.
I still believe Sugar Momma's past contentions that my sperm must have been very slow swimming and her other assertion regarding her unusually short gestational period.
In the old "phylogeny recapitulates ontogeny" discussion, she is a prime example of our evolutionary link to the hamster.
Maybe it's "ontogeny recapitulates phylogent," but either way, the connection is clear. The scattered and partially digested carcasses of some of our offspring offer further testament.
My poor timing extends to most everything in life.
People always look back at their lives and question why they did or didn't do certain things at certain times of journey. Whether in romance or finance, those feelings are near universal and will typically lead you down a bad path if you don't resist the game and linger too long in its play.
The CNBC question of the day was "What would you have done differently if you could go back to 1998?"
Presumably they wanted some answer related to finance and they couldn't have been disappointed, as the predictable responses surrounding Apple and shorting the tech boom stocks were common responses.
The funny thing is that I didn't even conside rinvesting decisions when it came to that question. I'm so much more of a romantic than one who is so tightly focused on money.
If I could have gone back in time I would have taped all episodes of "Men Behaving Badly."
But I've moved on in life.