Comment: Dear Ms Bear, Falling in the mine shaft was the easy part.

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Dear Ms Bear, Falling in the mine shaft was the easy part.

Hold on. I hear ya. I'll send down a rope tied to the harness of my Retriever. He is trained. He knows the way.

Bill Still is familiar to me. As are the arguments pro & con. Many at DailyPaul have vociferous arguments about what he espouses. I don't. I am clear & certain about my position. Harken back to Tevye, the father in the musical, "Fiddler on the Roof." You will remember the scene where folk in the village commence to argue w/o end.

"You can't close your eyes to what's happening in the world."

Tevye: "He is right."

Third Party: "He's right and he's right? They can't both be right."

Tevye: "And you too are right." [Wink.]

When all is said & done, I buy according to my means & needs. I sell for value. What is left over after the taxman cometh, is in my family & friends. My business. My credit union.

My frivolities are limited to coffee & travel. I have one staircase going up or down & 5¢ cigars in the glass cupboard just for show.

If I Were a Rich Man Fiddler on the Roof Best High School Version 4/29/2008 Asa Ames plays Tevya in Fiddler on the Roof.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul