Today’s Word: perspicacious (adjective) – Someone who is perspicacious (pur-spih-KAY-shus) has acute mental vision or discernment. As used by Honoré de Balzac in Catherine de’ Medici: “Such a policy was, of course, indicative of a shrewd and perspicacious mind.”
Did You Know?: The Stegosaurus was a 30-foot-long dinosaur with a brain the size of a walnut.
Worth Quoting: “The only sure thing about luck is that it will change.” – Bret Harte
What I’m Reading: Bill Bonner on “The Billionaire Backlash”: Whatever side of the “tax the rich” argument you’re on, you’ll enjoy this…
Watch This: Feeling old? This will make you feel young again.