Apparently my former employer is a loyal reader of Blogging the Commodity Bull Market - they presented a former blog post of mine as evidence in my unemployment hearing today!
I'm not exactly sure what kind of insight they thought could be gleaned from this passage:
On a personal note, I recently left my job (this is a very good thing) - so for your added entertainment, my futures account will also serve as my sole source of income for the time being, as soon as I run through my relatively meager savings. C'mon grains - Daddy needs a new pair of shoes!!!
What a kick seeing one of these posts pulled out in a formal appeals court. Not only was it hilarious, but it did flash me back to a happier time - before the global economy rolled over, taking commodities with it!
For the record, the judge did not ask for disclosure on my current positions - long Japanese Yen, and short Soybeans :)
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
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