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Einstein Discovers That Time Is Actually Money


Blogging will be light again. Building the business. Einstein has a point:

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. 2010/11/05 01:02

    Ah, Larson. He and Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes) were not only awesomely funny, which in and of itself is pretty hard to beat – but they also both quit while they were at the top of their game, which makes them men among men in my estimation.

    If only our legislators would take a page out of their books.

  2. ccoffer permalink
    2010/11/06 03:59

    I suppose Einstein deserved that after his quip about compound interest being the most powerful force in the universe. hehe

    Sadly, Einstein’s most pedestrian stuff is lost on the person of “average” intellect. The space time continuum is one I haven’t been able to wrap my head around just yet, but I can see where he was going with it. Einstein was the kind of guy for whom the big bad bomb was as easy as 123. His gaze was on eternity. Intelligence is a matter of perspective.

    Sometimes the smartest folks in the world are amazed by their own belly-buttons.

    Smart isn’t great. Strong isn’t great.

    God is great.


    • 2010/11/06 23:26

      “Smart isn’t great. Strong isn’t great.

      God is great.


      Amen, Chuck. Great point about compound interest.

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