I finally finished “the Stand” a novel by Stephen King, but I listened to the audio book, and it was 48 hours long (I am not kidding, click here to see it on Audible), but I am glad I listened to it. I am in a Stephen King mood right now, and I have always wanted to finish this book (never got passed the first 1/3 before), but now I can check that book off the list. Yes, I am bragging that I listened to a book.

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There have been many funny jokes written about the latest alleged incident at the World Cup of Football, where Uruguayan striker Suarez allegedly took a bite out of an Italian opponent in their previous game this week. I have seen a lot of weird sports things in my life, and this just adds to the list. We have seen biting in Hockey, but mostly players biting each others fingers and such, a shoulder bite is a much more interesting occurrence.

The Banks have their rules and their ways of doing things, but hitting an injured soldier with a $7K penalty while selling his home (that he could no longer afford due to his injuries), is a bit of a nightmare scenario. The unfortunate part is I am sure if someone in the head office, say in the media relations side of things, had heard of this earlier, they would have done something about it, but having it come out in the Media now paints the Bank as being heartless and uncaring. Funny how decisions at the local level can harm the reputation of an entire firm? (but not really).


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My Writings for Week Ending June 27th

Canada day this weekend, and most folks with sense (who are allowed to take vacation) are taking Monday off as well, thus creating an awesome 4 day weekend:

  • Yes, I think the Red Flags are up, and I write about them with Who said Inflation ? CPI Up in Canada, with Gas prices now a little out of control, we may see less economic stimulation from the Bank of Canada (soon).
  • The Electricity Quandary is a two-pronged discussion of the new “Smart Thermostats” that Ontario Hydro is pushing and a discussion of the future of the Electricity Grid in North America.
  • I have a massive archive of posts, so I am going back through many of them, so Thursdays looks to be Throwback Thursdays for a while, and with that I brought you, A Financial Plan B (revisited), do you have a Plan B yet?
  • I also appeared in this weeks Carnival of Risks #211 over at Workers’ Comp Insider, well worth a read if you are paranoid about lightning (like I am).
  • You do realize I have an odd sense of humor with Joke of the Day: Chickmunks .

 

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An extremely long weekend ahead for those that can take Monday off, and luckily gas prices are at record highs (said he sarcastically):

  • It has been a year since the tragic death of Rowan Stringer playing rugby, and there are new findings that have been published about second impact syndrome, if your child plays a contact sport, you need to read and understand this.
  • A good rule in life is, “Just because you have $20, doesn’t mean you have to SPEND $20″, and Michael James expands on that with RRIF withdrawal rates do not have to rule your life.
  • You know technology is main stream when the NY Times writes about it, and glad to see the piece of A Breakdown of the Raspberry Pi, shows some of the nifty things being done with it.
  • I am simple soul, and I keep hearing about Market-Linked GICs, but I don’t understand them, however Moneysense (and Pat Bolland in specific) writes about Market-Linked GICs: Have your stock cake and eat it too, the title should really have added a question mark, I think I understand them better.
  • You on Pope Francis’ twitter feed? You should be, he says some interesting stuff (and I am not Catholic), like this, “How I wish everyone had decent work! It is essential for human dignity.”, note no mention of eating fish on Friday or women wearing hats in Church.
  • Time says that Sting (the singer, not the wrestler) will not let his kids walk in his fields of gold, nice Dad
  • Mark from 2nd Career Search points out that there is lots of good stuff on the Interweb even a Free MIT or Harvard Education if you want it. The interweb is good for something other than Porn? Whodathunkit?
  • If you read my Twitter feed this week you would have learned that my favorite Basic (programming language) game was HMRABI.
  • Kerry at Squawkfox tries to figure out why an “Over the Air” TV Antenna has got to be so expensive with Is Dollarama’s $3 HDTV Antenna worth it. That works great in the GTA, but in the frozen outback of Ottawa, you need some amplification for your antenna to get the best response.
  • Barry from Money We Have is still on a vacation kick so he explains to us Europe Food Costs, How I Ate Everything, hope he didn’t eat it all, think of the children!
  • Someone sent me two cans of Canadian Cider by mail, because I use their Social Media Tool (Klout), to paraphrase Yakov Smirnoff, “What a country!”. Who knew you could mail cider?
  • Jason over at For Funds Sake asks a very good question we should all ask (especially when buying big-ticket items) How Many Hours Did THAT cost ? That might slow down your purchasing speed.
  • How could a single hyphen destroy an $80M rocket? Read this Gizmodo piece on The Typo That Destroyed a NASA Rocket, hard to understand these days, but back then, it was all paper and pencil!
  • It is the summer time, have you Given Blood lately? Someone you know or love might need it, it is in you to give.
  • If you are on the hunt for a good Equity ETF with an international flavour Mark from My Own Advisor has for you Top International Equity ETFs for YOUR portfolio.
  • Mark the Blunt Bean Counter wanted to know Inheritance: Are you a loving child - a Waiter or a Hoverer ? I am more of a Vulture, much like on that 70′s T-Shirt of the two Vultures on a branch, one saying, “Patience HELL! I’m gonna go KILL something!”

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Seinfeld on Technology

If there is one thing that Jerry Seinfeld knows, it is technology, and here he is helping out Wired with some new rules about how to be stylish with technology.

The National Film Board, a National Treasure

You do realize pretty much every National Film Board short and such is on-line waiting for you to watch? Even Oscar-winning ones, like this:

The Cat Came Back by Cordell Barker, National Film Board of Canada

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The “beautiful game” continues on with the World Cup causing a huge drop in productivity world wide (I’d like to see a study on that if there is one that exists). We already know of the half-time kettel effect in the UK, where there is a spike in electricity usage at half-time of football matches, and we have an entire film based around the half-time toilet effect (Flushed Away), but no study on lost work due to the World Cup? C’mon it’s gotta be out there somewhere!

Flushed Away

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One of my son’s favorite movies, where else can you see Hugh Jackman play a rat, hear far too many bad jokes about frogs, and about folks peeing in the London sewer system? As for Flushed Away, I suppose that is how the Spanish Football fans feel? (too soon?)

Did I mention sewers? I test drove a very good car, that I would have gladly bought, except it had a stench in it that made it impossible to purchase. It’s previous owner was a heavy cigar smoker, but after it had been shampooed vigorously, it was left with it’s windows shut (unfortunately). The combination of smells almost caused my olphactory system to eject itself from my head. I can still smell that smell, and now I really comprehend the Seinfeld episode, the Smelly Car.

The Washington Redskins have had their Trademark revoked, so it will be harder for them to protect their brand name (just the name, not their insignia). I was a fan of the Washington NFL Team, but I also think it’s time to think about a name change. The Washington Bullets (of the NBA) changed their name, why can’t the Washington Football team?

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My Writings for Week Ending June 20th

It is almost St. Jean Baptiste day (in Quebec), which signifies the start of the summer pour Les Quebecois, good times:

  • I remembered an issue I had buying the first Big C8j Mansion and outlined it in Credit Checks Can Cause Issues, remember every time someone looks at your Credit File, someone else notes that they did it!
  • I also hated when I bought the current Big C8j Abode having to pay the Land Transfer Tax, and feel it is an important part of the planning for any new house.
  • I had a picture of my cat sitting in a flower basket and I figured out a way to include it in a post, seriously, that is how some of these posts get written, Animals and Costs Revisited.

 

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Who is left alive in Game of Thrones? Who cares, who is left alive in the Ontario Provincial elections is a more interesting question:

  • Mark at 2nd Career Search took his CFP exam and felt it was a Humbling Experience, but then again, he hasn’t taken an exam since they used HB pencils filling in boxes and scanning of the results, no wait….
  • In my attempts to make you much more paranoid about the Internet, I give you Tapped in: How your phone gives you up to companies and criminals, please read and learn to be discrete on line.
  • Kerry at Squawkfox showed a picture of a Cyclist with no helmet carrying a chainsaw in Holland, I can’t top that.

    “I give you one helmetless commuter cycling with a chainsaw. Only in Amsterdam. #quirky “

  • Preet has been enjoying Dutch Treats as well, you’d have seen a few if you followed his Twitter feed.
  • I still have over 2000 Tweety followers, I guess my next goal is 2500 (or maybe to not drop back down to 1000)?
  • Michael Schumacher is out of his coma and is out of hospital, but it sounds like he has a long journey to recovery.
  • The Blunt Bean Counter helps us all out with a bunch of Excellent Income Tax Resources, go there and add these resources to your RSS feeds and your Tweety feeds.
  • Paul Krugman at the NY Times points out that You Can’t Have a Wage-Price Spiral Without Wages, which sounds obvious, but note prices are going up, but pay is not?!?
  • Michael James is slowing down for the summer, however he does give us an enjoyable Rant Which is the Best Credit Card, note the TD Visa card ad, at the end of this section.
  • I note that my Alexa rankings have been going up steadily with this new server set up that I have, I wonder why? You’d think I’d know more about my own business, but a lot of this SEO and Web Site fondness crap is just like High School Popularity to me (I never understood it).
  • I have a subscription to Audible.com and this weekend I enjoyed possibly the funniest Audio Book ever, Go the F*ck to Sleep as read by Sam Jackson, I had to pull over I was laughing too hard.
  • Chuck Noll former Head Coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers passed away last weekend, while Vince Lombardi is lauded as the greatest NFL coach ever, I think Chuck Noll deserves to be mentioned in the same group as Lombardi.
  • Mark from My Own Advisor is trying to save on monthly costs with Why I cut Rogers and went to Fongo Home Phone, sounds like something I might look into, or at least threaten Bell with.
  • With the coronation of Queen Kathleen of Ontario we must now figure out What is the Ontario Pension Plan, and luckily Barry from Money we have gives it a shot (and includes the Power Puff Girls, so that is cool too).

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A Real Football Video

How could Durex condoms make a funny ad for the World Cup? Enjoy, and it is very Safe For Work (unless you don’t like football embelishments):

Bat Dad Rises

Yes, Bat Dad returns, this time showing that he is a vulnerable super hero as well:

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A very bitter, nasty, fear mongering and entertaining Ontario election came to a close last night, with the Liberals doing their impersonation of Lazarus and rising from the dead (politically dead after corruption scandals that would have toppled most governments). When an election includes catch-phrases from the Simpsons, “Think of the children!”, and then a photoshop of a candidate walking away from an exploding hospital (ala the Joker from the Dark Knight), was most assuredly entertaining.  I am astounded by the results, and would have laughed in your face if you had told me on Thursday there was going to be a Liberal majority, but that is why politics is so interesting.

Fathers Day

Me and My Son Discussing important Thomas the Tank Engine Issues (many years ago). We did agree he looked good in a bow tie.

It is Father’s Day on Sunday, and just remember to leave Dad the big piece of chicken, and it will all go well. My favorite Father’s Day TIL was in the early 90′s the day that had the most collect (i.e. reversed charges) calls was? Anyone? Bueller? Father’s Day, of course. We Fathers have broad shoulders to support the world (I hear). My Father taught me a great deal, hopefully my kids have learned something from me too.

The stories about the NFL awarding the Super Bowl to Minnesota and the promises that had to be made, pale in comparison to the alleged World Cup financial shenanigans. I don’t really have much skin in this event, although I will be cheering hoping that Britain doesn’t shart their shorts, I am more interested in the World Cup of Rugby in the UK next year.

I almost have 2000 actual followers on Twitter. I say actual because I have not “bought” any of them, they are mostly real folks, wow. Know any friends who’d like to be annoyed by my Twitter-Diarhea tell them to look for the Big Cajun Man on Twitter.

It is Friday the 13th today for those who worry about such problems. I don’t really remember too many bad things happening on a Friday the 13th for me, but I will also not be going sky diving or other dangerous activities today either.

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My Writings for Week Ending June 13th

If you suffer from Triskaidekaphobia my condolences (that is the fear of the number 13):

  • Some OK news, I suppose from Stats Canada with More (Part-time) Jobs in Canada in May 2014, the economy seems to be creating lots of part-time jobs, but where are the full-time economy growing jobs?
  • There was actually someone who stood up for the Mutual Fund sales guy on my Atrociously Dangerous Investment Advice piece this week. Interesting, I suppose there are two sides to every story, maybe there are fun-loving thrill-ride seeking 70+ year olds out there who want to buy on margin and such. On the plus side, Rob Carrick mentioned it on his Twitter feed and I had my biggest day from Twitter mentions ever!
  • To help all of you folks who didn’t know what to get your Dad for Father’s Day, I went a little off topic to explain as a Father, what we want with: Dad What Do You Want For Father’s Day ?

 

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A week of fun and games and an election too? Who could ask for more? How about these gems:

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Good Guy Marlins and Cubbies Fans

Good sportsmanship at a Cubs game? That’s a sentence you don’t see very often.

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The Bank of Canada on Wednesday announced that they are holding Interest rates steady for another month or so. Why you might ask? Here is their exact reasoning:

Weighing recent higher inflation readings against slightly increased risks to economic growth leaves the downside risks to the inflation outlook as important as before. At the same time, the risks associated with household imbalances remain elevated. The Bank judges that the balance of risks remains within the zone for which the current stance of monetary policy is appropriate and therefore has decided to maintain the target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The timing and direction of the next change to the policy rate will depend on how new information influences the balance of risks.

Household imbalances is an interesting turn of phrase, I wonder what it means? My guess is Debt levels being so darn high, we might overturn the apple cart if interest rates jumped right now, but that is only my opinion.

Not sure if you noticed, but the responsiveness of the site seems to be much better, now that I have chosen a new Hosting Plan with my service provider Dreamhost. I can actually work on the site as well (lots of failures previously, and a great deal of lost work as well). Let us hope this new performance remains. (if you want to sign up with them use the promo code CAJUNPROMODH to get a discount (and put some coin in my pocket too)).

The Grand Prix de Montreal is this weekend, I won’t be there, but as a younger lad I remember hearing the race from my parents house (on the other side of the mountain from the track). Given the new rumbling sound of the new F1 engines, things might be a little more quiet? There is a great clip of Nigel Mansell’s most unfavorite moment in Montreal too.

Twenty five years ago (yesterday) Tank Man entered our collective consciousness, not sure what ever happened to this man, I’d like to think he is still alive, but I have my doubts. Why did he do what he did? If you click on the link you will go to a PBS Frontline page with a special on the Tank Man.

Who was this man?

Election time is around the corner in Ontario, and I continue to think #NoneOfTheAbove is the best choice of the bunch. Do I vote for a Mike Harris wannabe? A Dalton McGinty sycophant ? Someone who acts too much like Bob Rae? This is going to be a very odd choice to make.

My Writings for Week Ending June 6th

What is a sycophant? Toady seems to be a good one word answer.

  • I am not fond of the concept of the Bucket List, however the Financial Anti-Bucket List is something that intrigues me and as usual the comments were quite entertaining as well.
  • Selective Financial Perception points out that you can get used to almost any annoying thing, but maybe your debts is not one of those things?
  • Schrödinger’s Financial Cat yes my mind works in very mysterious ways, but I keep hearing about this darn cat and figured I could write about it as well.
  • After the Leaders Debate I socialized an old post, Damn Rich Civil Servants, and it exploded with hundreds of readers, guess you need to be timely with that kind of writing.

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The mud slinging continues on the campaign trail in Ontario, now I know how the folks in Toronto must feel with their Mayoral Elections:

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Family Guy Song of the Week

Family Guy while quite rude, does sometimes put out amazing advice in the form of humor, here is a lovely summation of our current personal financial economic problems:

Montreal Grand Prix Moment

Yes there is a race in Montreal this weekend, and this is a classic moment from the early 90′s with Nigel Mansell counting his chickens a little too soon!

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The “I’ll pick the one that stinks the least” Ontario Election continues on with the mud flying and the Tories making an earth shattering break through: the best thing to do is not let Tim Hudak talk, just show his face on occasion and gag him, seems to work too. If we could just get the other party leaders to follow suit, then I’d be happier. My deepest sympathies to those luckily folks in the GTA that have the added joy of having the “Holy Crap They Are Going to Re-Elect Rob Ford” Mayoral Election at the same time.

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Couldn’t find the Lucky Charms at the end of this Rainbow

One of the voices of Canadian News was silenced last week with the death of Knowlton Nash, the voice of the National for many years on the CBC. Somehow I can’t see Knowlton reporting any Rob Ford stories, he just seems above that kind of stuff. He was from a different generation, it would be nice if the “journalists” of today embraced some of Knowlton’s ideals.

The month of May comes to a close and that can only mean 1 thing, Back to School Sales!!!

We drove through quite the odd Sun Thunderstorm, where it rained and was sunny and the glare from the rain on the road was quite blinding, but from this came this interesting photo on the right.

My Writings for Week Ending May 30th

June is almost here, that means less than 6 months to Christmas folks:

  • Our Friends at Stats Canada ended last week with a stinker of a message with CPI Jumps to 2.0 in April 2014 in Canada, which might mean our friends at the Bank of Canada pondering actions to slow things down a little bit.
  • I am starting to sound like a broken record, luckily this generation doesn’t know what that means, so I guess I’ll just keep repeating Debt Won’t Just Disappear, no matter how hard you wish.
  • When I was looking at my first house the warning I kept getting from folks was not to end up House Poor, but that expression seems to have disappeared.

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If you are going to Twitter Bomb your favorite candidate in this Provincial Election, make sure you have the right person (some lucky Kathleen Wynn in the US is evidently getting lots of nasty comments on Twitter) :

  • According to the Harvard Business Review Sitting Is the Smoking of Our Generation, wow that means that when I started working, people that smoked while sitting at their desks, were in twice as much peril? Holy cow!
  • If you went to a Ball Game this summer with $20 what could you get? CNN Money gives us Ballpark Hot Dogs and Beer with a helpful graphic to tell you. Arizona seems to be the place to visit! I remember getting my Dad a beer at Jarry Park with a hot dog and the whole thing cost $3.00 (and it was thought of as expensive then).
  • Looking for ETF’s to add to your portfolio? Mark from My Own Advisor (a lover of all things that collect dividends) gives us Top Canadian Dividend ETFs for your portfolio
  • Mark from 2nd Career Search has run up the white flag of surrender in his search for accommodations in Toronto, Toronto will Have to Wait, but maybe he’ll trip over something when he isn’t looking.
  • For those who haven’t noticed I have tried to answer every comment that has been left for the past little while.
  • Larry Fink who runs BlackRock is very unhappy about the short-sighted planning in most companies, and he talks about it in the Globe and Mail World’s largest asset manager rails against companies’ short-term thinking
  • Debt Debs (a frequent commenter) talks about a topic near and dear to my heart Found Money.
  • In 5 years the largest market for electric cars will be? China, according to Blomberg’s article BMW Sees China as Biggest Electric Car Market by 2019 which may end up being a good thing.
  • Robb from Boomer and Echo brings back an old chestnut with How Index Funds Compare to Equity Mutual Funds, well worth having a look and seeing if you are making your Mutual Fund provider rich, or yourself?
  • Forbes claims that we are spending about 119 minutes on our mobile devices a day, seems a little low, but then I remember that Michael James has his Cheese Helmet on and refuses to use mobile devices, so that may help lower that number, Mobile: A Trend that is Reshaping Communication.
  • Speaking of my favorite Cheese Helmeted Financial Blogger Michael James points out CPP at Age 60 Anchors Canadians’ Thinking which is quite true, but remember we are all living longer, and we all love our jobs now too (#SARCASM ALERT)
  • There are Known Unknown, and Unknown Unknowns, but The Five Biggest Threats to Human Existence only addresses the Unknown, Unknowns, from Popular Science’s point of view at least.
  • Accountants (like Proctologists) have the most interesting stories to tell and Mark from the Blunt Bean Counter has another interesting post with Using a Corporation to Hold Your Investments, I would never have thought of doing that, and maybe that is a good thing.
  • Barry from Money We Have is enjoying a bit of down time, but even on vacation he asks intriguing questions like Do You Avoid Insurance ?
  • An astounding piece from the Globe and Mail Forty per cent of Canadian teen boys admit to searching for online porn, in a follow up piece I will be writing, the other 60% are liars. I will also be writing about the Pope’s Catholic tendencies and Bears possibly defecating in the woods.

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Good Guy Djokovic

If you made millions a year playing tennis, how would you treat the folks who work at the tournaments? Novak Djokovic earns full marks for this act of respect for the kid who was in charge of keeping him dry at the French Open:

The First 5 Minutes of a Movie

If I told you it is possible to watch the first 5 minutes of 10,000 movies, would you believe me? Here it is, and if you can click on one of them it will start zooming in!

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