I don't see any threads on the jobs data release tomorrow morning. Reading today's WSJ and watching some CNBC, a lot of traders were making a huge deal about it. Frankly, I think it's stupid. I'm not sure why anyone would want to hold over the three day weekend, given how much they've probably profited from the recent run up. Along those lines, I think the data point means very little for the economic outlook. The market has really built in some high expectations, but what's so great about this number? Say it comes in at 9.5% unemployment, with a large number of job seekers giving up the job search ... then what? Is that a "huge victory" deserving another +5% quarter? Conversely, what if it comes in at 9.8%? Massive sell off? Lots of drama over nothing, if you ask me. Thoughts?