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Congradulations to Derek Jeter on #3000, first Yankee to do so.   And with style and grace, just like his entire career.

To quote Travis Tritt, it’s phentermine online without a prescription alternatives to propecia a great day to be alive!  The sun is shining and it’s warm, the kids got up and got to school without any bloodshed, and work has gone well.

It is days like this that everyone should stop, take a deep breath, and acomplia in usa be glad.  Yes, the economy is still tough.  The Market is dropping again.  The Yankees lost last night.  But I am alive, and working, and my kids are healthy and love me.

Take five minutes to appreciate it.

I love baseball.  I am a die hard Yankees fan.  But I haven’t seen past the fifth inning of the last 2 games because they would go waaaay to late and mess up my day because I’d be too tired and ineffective, sort of like both teams bullpens right now.  Come October I’l stay up, but not now.

Is it too much where to get propecia to ask for a 4 o’clock game?  Tons of people would still watch it on TV, and since it would still go to 8 it would be in primetime!  That way my kids could also catch the game.  Is that too much to ask, or do the guys that right the checks at the advertizing companies not work until 10 in  the morning?

Not getting a good buy purchase drugs online generic acomplia online night sleep can really effect you at work, as anyone with a new baby can attest to.  Or anyone taking care of a sick family member.  At least there is an insurance way to take care of a family member.  There is no way to insure short baseball games, no matter what Joe West says.

I just realized: my children have never seen the Yankees win the World Series. I have not seen it since 1999 (we were married in Oct. 2000 and in Europe for the ALCS and World Series).
Makes me think: those of us who are Gen X never saw a real market decline until 2001. This decline (and then the past one) have impacted the Millenial Generation in ways that we probably will not truly understand for decades. And that opens up an interesting discussion that I’d love to get feed back on: how has it effected you?
So speak up Millenials, give me some input: what has the turbulence in the financial markets meant to you over the past few years? Share your thoughts and emotions and experiences, give us your insight please!