Neoclassical Economic Theory just doesn't work by...
By Andrew Sullivan, CFA (TMFRedwood) I’ve had it with the Federal Reserve. In fact, you could say I’m fed up with the Fed. It doesn’t understand how the economy works. As our central banking system, it should be forward-thinking, a model for other nations—but instead, it’s stuck in the past, man! In my first memo, I’m going to show you why I think the Fed’s...
Don’t worry about it. You should see what we say about you.– An unidentified foreign official, speaking with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as she tried to do damage control over the release of secret diplomatic cables that described many foreign officials in blunt terms. (via officialssay)
Gotta love those whale-sharks in Atlanta Aquarium.
How Israel, which faces bigger threats than the... →
While North America’s airports groan under the weight of another sea-change in security protocols, one word keeps popping out of the mouths of experts: Israelification. That is, how can we make our airports more like Israel’s, which deal with far greater terror threat with far less inconvenience. “It is mindboggling for us Israelis to look at what happens in North America, because we went...
30 Rock quote:
Liz Lemon: I don't believe you, the liberal media would have told me about this.
Jack Donahey: There's no such thing, The New York Times is owned by NYT Incorporated which is owned by Altheon Ballistic Dynamics which is owned by the Murdoch family who are owned by Haliburton.
NYTimes: Countries See Hazards in Free Flow of...
From The New York Times: Countries See Hazards in Free Flow of Capital Foreign capital in emerging markets has played a crucial role in development, but some are questioning its benefits. http://nyti.ms/9CSZZV Get The New York Times on your iPhone for free by visiting http://itunes.com/apps/nytimes
Thank you. Thank you and welcome to my 2nd Annual first show. Yes, I know...– Conan’s First Monologue On TBS (via Deadline) CONAN! (via popculturebrain)
Michael Jordan's Final Shot →
thetickr: The crowd, Jordan remembered, got very quiet. That was, he said later, the moment for him. The moment, he explained, was what all Phil Jackson’s Zen Buddhism stuff, as he called it, was about: how to focus and concentrate and be ready for that critical point in a game, so that when it arrived you knew exactly what you wanted to do and how to do it, as if you had already lived through...