Monthly Archives: May 2011

Staying ‘Current’

I’ve been a music junkie my entire life. As a kid, I’d stick my head under the covers and my pillow to listen to my transistor radio on the lowest volume setting well past my ‘official’ bedtime. At one point, … Continue reading

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The Golden Age of Performance

Car buffs often speak reverently of the ’60’s as the high water mark of automotive performance. That was before (significant) emission controls and when gas was, well, dirt cheap. The first OPEC crisis changed all that; gas mileage really came … Continue reading

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Thoughts On “Having it All”

There’s an insistent marketing theme pounding the consumer sensibility – “You” are entitled to insist on everything – no compromises.┬áIn marketing terms, it plays out as best price; best selection; best service. Of course, that’s advertising talk and everyone understands … Continue reading

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