Have Fun Being Your Own Weatherman: The Argument For Not Firing Wall Street

Have Fun Being Your Own Weatherman: The Argument For Not Firing Wall Street

Ok, having dispensed with the necessaries today, I can do a little bit of freestyling here. There's this creeping (or maybe "rapidly accelerating" is better) notion out there that we no longer need qualified people except in fields where their skills are unequivocally valuable. This is perhaps most clearly evident in the election of Donald Trump and the appointment of folks like Betsy DeVos to ostensibly important positions. The idea, generally speaking, is that outside of things like account
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  1. “and yes, weatherman”. actually I am my own weatherman. Weather models are well developed given the wide understanding of fluid dynamics. So I can read the models, understand their inherent bias and then make a prediction apron them. People ask me “what is the weather going to be today?” I just wish I knew enough about the apparent direction of XOM as answering that question.

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