Today’s Word: shenanigans (noun) – Shenanigans (shuh-NAN-ih-gunz) is mischievous, devious, or dishonest activity or maneuvering. As used by Lawrence Kudlow: “Corporate share prices should not be driven by political tax games. Profits, not Washington shenanigans, should be the mother’s milk of stocks. And this shouldn’t be a partisan political issue.”
Did You Know?: You can live more than 3 weeks without food, but only about 3 or 4 days without water.
Worth Quoting: “Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful. When aimed at the powerless is not only cruel, it’s vulgar.” – Molly Ivins
What I’m Reading Now: The January issue of Independent Healing
Including information on:
* Why America’s most popular exercise is all wrong for people middle-aged and older – and what you should be doing instead
* How it can cut your heart attack risk by 70%, improve your memory, prevent diabetes and depression, and get rid of high blood pressure (It can even save you from dying of cancer.)
* How one 61-year-old got into terrific shape by spending just three minutes a day doing a simple at-home workout
* The “muscle vitamin” everyone needs… and the fast-gain supplement that pumps you up in three days
Watch This: Unless “Off the Rails” pays for itself, which is not going to happen, I’ve promised K that I’d never produce another movie. But of course, I meant feature-length, not a short. “The Spa” is the video equivalent of a Hallmark card, but I found myself thinking that I’d be happy to make a bunch of these. I just have to find the right talent.