My friend reminded me of the greatness of Instagram last night. She did it by showing me an Instagram account dedicated solely to photos of a cat named Bill Furray who has the best catstache I have ever seen!
In his book 'A Random Walk Through Wall Street,' economist Burton Malkiel famously declared that "a blindfolded monkey throwing darts" would able to pick stocks just as well as the professionals.
His theory has been tested over the years, with mixed results. But new evidence out of England suggests that it is cats, not monkeys, that all money managers should be measured against.
Not long ago, Tess Guthrie's cat was hissing so loud that the sound woke her from her slumber. And when the 22-year old Australian mom did open her eyes she saw a six foot python had wrapped itself around the arm of her six-month-old daughter, who was sleeping right next to her.