Yesterday I did cardio, today will be strength training with a focus on my legs. I don't know anyone who enjoys working their legs - the largest muscle group in your body, the greatest reaction to lifting, squatting, and lunging. Training doesn't always create soreness, but mostly it does to some extent, and soreness in the arms, or abs, or shoulders, or back, is easier to take then leg soreness. You don't want your legs to hurt when you walk. Still, leg workouts are a necessary evil if I want to climb hills easily when I'm out on the bike.
Oh, and I see that there is a Porn Princess Payoff in the Idiot Jerk's recent past. How's that for a humdinger... of course, that might be what he $130,000 for... a humdinger.
One of my Navy buddies is a serious Idiot Jerk supporter. He and I have some very interesting discussions. We don't argue with each other, just snipe, little nips, you know? Anyway, he said that no matter what I personally thought about the Idiot Jerk, wasn't I pleased with the economy? So, I talked to him about FOMO.
Financially, FOMO happens when you watch the stock market rise, and that rise creates a terror in you which screams into your brain "I need to be a part of this!" As a result you buy stocks, either online or through a broker (in today's computer world, most people do it online). FOMO deceives you into believing the Stock Market will continue to climb and if you don't buy into it, you're going to miss out on making lots and lots of money. As a result, you buy overvalued stocks and help to drive their price even higher, where someone in the throes if FOMO will buy them, sending them even higher. There is a price for this greed. A correction to the market is coming. The steeper the overvaluation, the steeper the correction. A drop is inevitable. This correction is unavoidable. Will there be people who are financially hurt? You bet.