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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Word High July 07 July 2016 muni-muni

Today’s word is muni-muni, which means to think deeply or to ponder.   I have to admit, when I first read this I thought of the song Big and Chunky by will.i.am.  will.i.am is supposed to be an animated hippo named Moto Moto.  He says he is so good you have to say it double.

I often think and ponder deeply.  Recently, I have been pondering how to answer a question asked by my youngest son.  He asked what if we stopped printing money and the only money available was just that which we have right now. 

I thought about this for a while, but then I remembered Adam Smith's A Wealth of Nations.   Throughout history, people have struggled with what to do in similar situations.   The book The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve by Brian O’Brian gives a very good explanation, but I would love to find a way to present it where it does not seem so drab and boring.

This July 15th, in honor of our angel baby Dorian’s 23rd birthday in heaven, we will be giving all of our books away free.  Please download and read these books.  We have had to change the way we make money here since I suffered three strokes back in May.   We no longer sell Avon door-to door, but you can still buy it on our website at https://smcclendon.avonrepresentative.com.  You can also help us by purchasing things from our Etsy store at http://www.etsy.com/shop/StitchetyDoDa?ref=offsite_badges&utm_source=sellers&utm_medium=badges&utm_campaign=en_isell_1.

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Disclaimer: These words and these photos are from an article by Isabelle Laureta on BuzzFeed titled
“36 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The Philippine Language”. All credit goes to them.

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  1. wow! you have one brilliant son! that question makes a lot of sense, indeed the answer needs a lot of pondering. <3 great take, David!

    1. Thank you. When he was only 3, he showed me something in PowerPoint that astounded fellow students at the local college when I used it.

  2. Nice post David. If we had only the money we had we would have to sit around all day writing poetry.

    1. Thank you, Davy. The son in this post is named Davey. Your poetry is great. I am more of a technical person. I have a difficult time thinking in the abstract. My child-bride is very good at poetic thinking. See you again tomorrow.


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