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December 31, 2007

Monday Open Thread — Resolutions Edition

by Brad Warbiany

Note that I didn’t say “revolutions” edition, although if your resolution is to start a revolution, that’s fine too.

My goals are pretty vanilla; get into better shape and cut down on debt, and hopefully (if the market is properly battered) to buy a house.

How about you folks? What do you have planned for 2008?


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  1. Brad,

    “My goals are pretty vanilla; get into better shape and cut down on debt, and hopefully (if the market is properly battered) to buy a house.”

    Even vanilla goals will be difficult to achieve if you don’t employ effective methods. How do you expect me to help you buy a house if you don’t supply a prominent donation button? As a renter, I am already tax subsidizing your potential mortgage payments. If you don’t care enough to beg, that will have to do.

    HNY, Don

    Comment by Don Lloyd — December 31, 2007 @ 6:59 am
  2. My resolutions are to finish reading hayek and friedman, and to get my hands on a mises book. Also, I hope to keep up my GPA.

    Comment by David Wilson — December 31, 2007 @ 10:38 am
  3. 500 Hindu squats

    Comment by Joshua Holmes — December 31, 2007 @ 3:55 pm
  4. Easy:
    Be a good first-time father, read more (at least before the kid comes), blog the same amount (ditto), and find a new job.

    Comment by Mark — January 1, 2008 @ 4:24 pm
  5. I like David Wilson’s resolutions.. I need to read more Rothbard, Mises and then Atlas Shrugged.

    I also aspire to increase my carbon footprint to that of a mega eco-star, like Al Gore or Cate Blanchett.

    Comment by Jono — January 1, 2008 @ 4:55 pm

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