No one wants to hear the truth if it isn’t what they want to hear.
Black and White in America.
Since the earliest days of our frontier irreverence has been one of the signs of our affec- Dean Rusk
People in America, of course, live in all sorts of fashions, because they are foreigners, ...- Margaret Mead
For other nations, utopia is a blessed past never to be recovered; for Americans it is jus...- Henry Kissinger
Americans are overreachers; overreaching is the most admirable of the many American excess- George Will
The business of America is business.- Calvin Coolidge
Finance can only be understood as a gambling game, and gambling games can only be understood as a form of finance. Many people have no trouble accepting the first part: They believe Wall Street is a big casino. When New York introduced off-track betting in 1971, it chose the slogan ‘If you’re in the stock market, you might find this a better bet,’?
All false: I like gambling, the system was not cheating, and it was simple. But you’re getting my side of the story here. It’s my book; let those guys write their own books if they like. … The cheaters stacked the deck, but cheaters are always the easiest people to beat.
|Birth:||10th November, 1948|
Aaron Brant is an American football offensive tackle free agent. He was originally drafted by the Chicago Bears of the National Football League in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Brant attended Wahlert High School in Dubuque, Iowa where he was named 1st Team All-State as a senior. Brant played college football at Iowa State University. In the 2003 season, Brant played offensive guard before moving to offensive tackle in the 2004 season. Picked in the last round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, Brant was waived on August 15, 2007 due to problems with his knees. Brant was the first drafted player to be cut in their first season by General Manager Jerry Angelo.He began his broadcasting career as a radio talk show host in Minneapolis and later in Los Angeles. Before his time at the national news networks, Brown was a Seattle broadcasting staple, spending more than 15 years at television stations there, first at the NBC affiliate and then the CBS affiliate. He was hired by Seattle's KING-TV in 1976, initially working as an assignment editor but soon becoming a reporter and eventually anchor. In 1986 he moved to KIRO-TV, where he anchored the evening newscast, and remained with KIRO until December 1991.
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