Land's End Motel
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... management firm in the world in terms of performance and asset size within a span of 10 years on the backs of the 50 MBAs hired by Peter Lynch and Bruce Johnstone between 1978 and 1988, Fidelity’s Boston office found itself at a crossroads. Peter and Bruce had retired after 22 years of mutual fund stock picking and George Noble, the world’s #1 overseas stock picker had left to set up his own shop. Investment leadership had devolved ...
... the Harbor View Hotel
prepare box lunches for us.
The 260 ride took 5 1/2 hours and we were home by 6:30 pm. Amazingly
we hit no traffic, even though at 3 pm the radio said that the Long Island Expressway
and Northern State were at a standstill. I guess everyone on the
road decided to have an early getaway to the Hampton's. We tried to
take the ferry from New London to Orient Point, but they were booked. The only
issue was the ...
... after I got in the van I was like “what if this is not who we were supposed to go with?”
The vans were FALLING apart…Side note about the vans: I literally broke a seat in every single one.
Driving at night there was the sketchiest thing I have ever experienced. They have no street lights, and what you would consider a one way street here, they consider like a 3 lane highway.. you come SO close to the cars on the other side of ...
After a super fun weekend, I'm on my flight to NY. According to the little screen on the back of the seat in front of me, it’s two hours to JFK. The temperature is a balmy 42 degrees on the ground, and I’m near Fairbault, Minnesota.
Another day in Paradise J
I don’t know much to say about the weekend. It was an experience I’ve never had before. I bonded with my girlfriend (it feels OK to ...
... and anger. Zombies who wondered what we were fighting to keep? After several days I can honestly answer that question -our precious memories. They were not stolen, ransacked or destroyed.
I had an epiphany after this storm-my life is always in some sort of crisis. It seems that sometimes I will have period of greatness and then a period of disappointment, sadness or some sort of grief to deal with. Maybe it’s a death in the family or just ...