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9:00 AM EST, Monday, February 16, 2009. Presidents Day. A holiday. Michael
came to visit.

Our washing machines are cheaper than his. Ours are free. I suspect Michael times his visits when he's out of clothes. If I steal some of his clothes, will he come more often? That would be good, but manipulative.

It's Michael's 27th birthday today. We celebrated last night

I had the Canon G10 shoot in black and white, which doesn't show red eye when you're using the flash.

It's a holiday today. I'll be back tomorrow with something serious. For now I'm off to Boston with Michael to attend classes tomorrow.

This column is about my personal search for the perfect investment. I don't give investment advice. For that you have to be registered with regulatory authorities, which I am not. I am a reporter and an investor. I make my daily column -- Monday through Friday -- freely available for three reasons: Writing is good for sorting things out in my brain. Second, the column is research for a book I'm writing called "In Search of the Perfect Investment." Third, I encourage my readers to send me their ideas, concerns and experiences. That way we can all learn together. My email address is . You can't click on my email address. You have to re-type it . This protects me from software scanning the Internet for email addresses to spam. I have no role in choosing the Google ads on this site. Thus I cannot endorse, though some look interesting. If you click on a link, Google may send me money. Please note I'm not suggesting you do. That money, if there is any, may help pay Michael's business school tuition. Read more about Google AdSense, click here and here.