Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Trump officially files to run for president

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Via The Hill: ""Trump also alluded to the idea that one of his main reasons for running was to have the FEC independently certify his wealth.

""I'm a private company, so nobody knows what I'm worth. And the one thing is that when you run, you have to announce and certify to all sorts of governmental authorities your net worth," he said last Tuesday, adding that he's seen a lot of television pundits say he'd never run because he's probably not as successful as he says he is.

""So I said to myself, you know, nobody's ever going to know unless I run, because I'm really proud of my success. I really am," Trump said.

"It's normal for candidates not to file immediately after their announcements. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) filed his paperwork on June 19, exactly 15 days after he announced a bid. On the other hand, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), who announced just one day before Trump, filed his paperwork that same day." Read the article: Trump officially files to run for president by Ben Kamisar, June 22, 2015 The Hill

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Friday, June 19, 2015

Don’t Go to Music School

Don’t Go to Music School by Bert Stratton, June 12, 2015 The New York Times

Friday, June 12, 2015

The Symptoms of Vitamin B Deficiency

"Psychological problems such as dementia, paranoia, depression, and behavioral problems can result from a vitamin B12 deficiency. Neurological damage sometimes cannot be reversed." Read the article: The Symptoms of Vitamin B Deficiencyby David Heitz, Published on August 14, 2014 Medically Reviewed by George Krucik, MD, MBA on August 14, 2014 Healthline.com

Thursday, June 04, 2015

The Jungian Archetypes

Image: Kathryn Morgan and Seth Orza in Romeo and Juliet

Jung's archetypes: Which one are you? :-)

From Wikipedia: "Jung's writings have been studied by people of many backgrounds and interests, including theologians, people from the humanities, and mythologists. Jung often seemed to seek to make contributions to various fields, but he was mostly a practicing psychiatrist, involved during his whole career in treating patients." Read more about Analytical Psychology and Psychological Types.