Tag: June 2019 Group Writing

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Red Hot Stocks!

 

Stocks are red hot…and so are other investments, resulting in these headlines:

The Best First Half for Financial Markets Ever — U.S. News and World Report, 28 June 2019

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Well, actually, soldering on, but I thought that title would be a turn-off. And besides, solder is indeed ‘hot stuff’ According to Wikipedia, “solder is a fusible metal alloy to create a permanent bond between metal workpieces and the word comes from the latin word “solidare” meaning to make solid. Although it is used for […]

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Hot Tunes?

 

Y’all went and made me do it. You knew I would go to Charmin and outhouses if pressed. So, here we are: disco.

The Rolling Stones went disco with “Hot Stuff” from their 1976 Black and Blue album. The lyrics are simple to trite, and the music a repetitive dance track. It did not make the Top 40, unlike the ballad “Fool to Cry.”

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Hot Stuff!: Serving Temperature

 

ThermometerHow hot is too hot? How does “too hot” compare to “too cold?” We all have our own preferences and our own experiences, coloring the debate. Yet, it is worth noting that people, given their druthers in a modern society, with cost-efficient building and vehicle climate controls, choose warmer over colder climates. So “too hot” has meaning within the context of our ability to modify our experience of the local environment.

Back in the day, before the invention and wide availability of home and commercial property cooling systems, people who could escape the Desert Southwest heat did so by decamping for the summer to higher altitudes. Indeed, the wealthy citizens of Tucson, Arizona would trek up the nearest mountain to a seasonal community they named “Summerhaven.” They essentially closed up their primary residences, leaving a caretaker servant presence in the frying pan of the desert valley floor.

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There are two major monthly Group Writing projects. One is the Quote of the Day project, managed by @vectorman. This is the other project, in which Ricochet members claim one day of the coming month to write on a proposed theme. This is an easy way to expose your writing to a general audience, with […]

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