With Chinese New Year being just around the corner, many are expected to leave Kuala Lumpur behind to visit families and relatives who live outside of the city for a week or so. Many of those living or working in the city have left the city. With the Chinese forming more than 40% of the [...]
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There are Harold and Kumar, after Harrod and Domar, a high rate of development, after a great pot investment.
Sandy, Sandy everywhere, Sandy messes with your hair, Sandy says she’s coming, Sandy sends everyone flying. Sandy crashes into the shore, straight into Jersey Shore, Sandy’s a storm that’s horrible, crossing a show that’s terrible. But what’s the price, of an October Surprise, when everybody expects, what everybody expects?
Taken from Reuters pictures, by Mal Langsdon:
The following letter was published by April 14 edition of The Economist in its Letters section. Unbelievable SIR – A recent issue of The Economist (March 24th) showed an Orwellian enthusiasm for the prefix “un”. I counted “un-Tory”, “un-Downton”, “un-Italian” and “un-Einsteinian”. How very unimaginative, and how very unEconomist. ADAM DALTON London Funny.
Oh singing bird, please let me sleep, anymore I would leap, to throw you some turd.
Dear Securities Commission, your study guide sucks, full of typos and omissions, it’s worth only some muck.
Via Greg Mankiw, from Elisabeth Fosslien. p/s — Oh, Dr. Goose rounds up the econosphere’s Twitterverse: Who says there’s no romance in monetary stimulus? Those outside of the Twitter econosphere may not know that the network was recently swept by a wave of #FedValentines, as the trend was hashtagged. It began with Penn economist Justin [...]
That is my former econometrics professor at Michigan, the famed Daniel Hamermesh! And he was on the Daily Show! The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook
It does describe the Malaysian situation.