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A low dishonest decade

By Michael J. Smith on Saturday January 1, 2011 01:11 PM

Goodbye and good riddance to the Naughts. I was getting ready to say the Teens can't be any worse -- but in fact, they can, and very likely will.

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Do you know Peter Hehn's book of the same title, about the role of the British banks in leading up to WW II? One of the ur-texts for our times.


I don't know the book. Sounds interesting.


My first memory of 2011 was restraining a friend from punching this guy. It was a bit of a buzzkill at the time, but now I'm interpreting it as a positive auspicium oblativum.

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