Ben Howard - I Forget Where We Were (Album 2014 HQ) Zip
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When you said that: “You decided that “fascinate” was a word for a terrible act done on a reader”, then you were, in fact, correct. You made the decision for me. You choose to ignore that part of the definition that I chose for this word. Why did you choose to ignore that part?
As I was reading your letter, I felt the same sensation that I did when I read the definition of fascinate. I was intrigued, I wanted to know, and I had to know. I had to know the origin of the word. I had to know how this word came about. How did this word come about? For me, the process, the act, the work is not the fascination, it is the discovery of the word and what it means.
When I decided, that the word, “fascinate”, meant that I would do the work, that I would make the time, to do these words, I could not get my brain around what fascinate was. Why would someone do that for me?
The very phrase, 'fascinated by', is fascinating to me. I am not curious about the word, I am curious about the word. Fascinated is a luxury I cannot afford at this time in my life. I am fascinated by the insight into how the word fascinate is defined.
Yet, even that definition, is fascinating to me. Fascination is not about doing, but about someone doing for you. What I find deeply fascinating is that the definition of fascinate does not include the word “for”.
WARREN BUFFETT: The thing I find most amazing about Babitz is how much she would say and how much she would have said it, how much she would care, how much she could be [ing it.][ She could be [ing it for people, and she could be [ing it for herself.
REUTERS: A lot of people were skeptical that the Fed would really go rate-cut tit-for-tat with the European Central Bank. Is there anything about this that you think is even more surprising than it was a couple of years ago?
BUFFETT: Well, I actually think that is more likely than it was two years ago, because the Fed has actually done, on a go-forward basis, what was effectively a rate-cut, which is to say, they've said, if you guys get more rate-cut, we'll get more rate-cut. So it's really back to the same thing, where we're seeing the fact that the economy is actually doing well. And this is a good example of the Fed doing exactly the right thing. Because if they hadn't said that they would've left in doubt whether they would cut rates, and then in fact when the economy turned down, they said, well, we'll cut rates to get back to that one. Then you're stuck in a self-fulfilling situation.
I think ultimately-- because they really have committed themselves to cutting rates-- the Fed will go to zero. Because the numbers for the economy look great. And if you really get down to the numbers, the numbers look really good. And so I can see them going to zero for sure. 827ec27edc