Thursday, July 15, 2010

Back Home

The Indiana Finance Conference was a fun time. I got to meet some new people and see some old friends. The Honorable Gregory Ballard, Mayor of Indianapolis did not show Tuesday morning to welcome us, but the city sure did. My welcome came the day before with my visit to the Indianapolis Art Museum. I just took in the paintings as I did not have time to take in the whole museum. The art is housed in a beautiful contemporary building on some very beautiful grounds. If you love to see good art, and you live near, or, you are driving through, you will not be disappointed if you stop for a few hours to visit this art museum, and it is free too, even the parking. Those who have never seen the self portrait of the young Rembrandt, will enjoy this treasure of the Indy Art Museum.

The best speaker came after lunch on Wednesday when the Honorable Richard E. Mourdock, Treasure State of Indiana spoke to the conference. I will not go into the law suit that the State of Indiana brought with regards to the Chrylser forced bankruptcy, but just let me say it was a real eye opener and most interesting. If anyone wants to know more about this, I am sure the Internet will give them the full scoop.

Now, I have one day left to get myself and my t-shirts ready for the Cincinnati T-shirt Festival. I will be ready and looking forward to peddling my t-shirts.

Stay tuned.


LceeL said...

Welcome home, Sir. I hope you sell out - of tee shirts, that is.

moneythoughts said...

Thanks Lou. I hope I have a good day too!

Butch said...

Good luck the the shirt/hat sale. Glad your back safely.

Notice, the SEC penalized AIG as much as pulling a hair of the right arm of Robin Williams. They will surely miss 500 million from their chaufers, don't you think?