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    astonas

    Re: The Moral Roots of Liberals and Conservatives.

    Fair point. Pretty much everyone seems down on this guy anyway, so maybe it was a poor example to kick the discussion off with. Whatever benefits are derived from its accessibility are more than...

    astonas Today, 11:38 AM Go to last post
    lektrode

    Re: Defending Krugman

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    dont suppose 'they' planned it that way (too), do ya? in any case , this all sure sounds familiar....
    just wait'll they start looking for special deals on their prop taxes...

    lektrode Today, 11:32 AM Go to last post
    lektrode

    Re: Defending Krugman

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    dont suppose 'they' planned it that way (too), do ya? in any case , this all sure sounds familiar....
    just wait'll they start looking for special deals on their prop taxes...

    lektrode Today, 11:32 AM Go to last post
    bill

    Re: brazil reduces oil production plans

    http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2014/10/22/venezuelas-latest-surprise-default-china/
    10-22-2014
    Last month Ricardo Hausmann, a normally mild Harvard academic, set off the equivalent of a financial...

    bill Today, 10:48 AM Go to last post
    Fiat Currency

    Re: Four banker suicides within a week - A sign, or mere coincidence?

    Well, in 2011, globally - they already made #5 in this list of top 19 jobs by suicide rate.

    2011 was not particularly stressful for FIRE executives.

    I hope, once again, these sociopaths strive...

    Fiat Currency Today, 10:10 AM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Re: Four banker suicides within a week - A sign, or mere coincidence?

    So does anybody know if this, as a percentage of the total population of "financial services executives" worldwide, is abnormal compared with the other cohorts such as the population at large?

    GRG55 Today, 08:48 AM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Re: Defending Krugman

    You folks south of the 49th are amateurs at this. :( Read on:


    The tale of two nations. Part deux. This is certainly getting interesting.

    The average moist virginal homebuyer in Canada is 29...

    GRG55 Yesterday, 11:50 PM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Re: Yes Virginia...It's a Bubble...

    So much for that home grown consumer society strategy :(

    Is China temporarily reverting to what it used to be? A market of a Billion people. Most with no disposable income.



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    GRG55 Yesterday, 11:28 PM Go to last post
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