He hasn’t said much about it, but Erik Loomis has written a book. No! Not that one. This one:
On Thursday, December 3, we’ll discuss Introduction: The Scourge of Capital Mobility.
I’ll shoot a couple of questions to Loomis a few days before. However, if anyone else would like to pose a question, please drop it in the comments, and I’ll pick one or two.
Q1. Will drinks be served?
A1. That’s between you and your drinks cabinet.
Q2. What time will the discussion begin?
A2. I usually take lunch around 2 pm ET, so probably then.
Q3. When will it end?
A3. I haven’t considered a formal cut-off time, should I? (No.)
Q4. Can we discuss the Ketchup Book instead?
A4. Maybe later.
Q5. Would you care to address the ugly yet persistent rumors that Armstrong Williams is Erik Loomis’ agent?
A5. No comment.
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I wanted to see if anyone would be interested in an Out of Sight reading group on the blog. I contacted Erik’s agent* about it, and he’d be up for answering a couple of questions about a chapter each month. That would form the basis for the post/comments.
This would start at the beginning of December if that works for people and occur each month until we finish the book.
Thoughts, suggestions, questions?
*By some strange coincidence his agent’s name is Erik Loomis.