My nephew turns 9 years old on Saturday. So since the contents of this blog are mostly inappropriate for kids, I can safely assume he’ll never read this. So with that being said, he will be receiving a birthday card from me any time now with a Best Buy gift card. Kids these days know what they want. And if I were a kid, I know whatever I would want could be found at Best Buy. I’m betting on a video game, personally.

Can you imagine growing up today? With all the technology around you? No wonder why my niece and nephew are so damn smart. And I’m not just saying that because they are family.  I don’t interact with a lot of children, but the ones I do interact with know so much more than I would ever expect. They are exposed to technology from every direction.  How can they not be smart?

So Happy Birthday Matthew.  Number 9 on my count.  I hope you have a great one.  Make sure you milk it as long as possible!  And thanks again for doing my taxes this year.   Smart kid, I tell ya.

-Dave Q.

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  • If someone told me it wasn't "fashionable" to talk about freedom, I think I'd just have to look him square in the eye and say, "Okay, YOU TELL ME what's "fashionable." But he won't. And you know why? Because you can't ask someone what's fashionable in a smart-alecky way like that. You have to be friendly and say, "By the way, what's fashionable?"