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October 9, 2008 in Business, Events, Ideas, News, Politics, problems | 1 comment
That’s where this vector points.
Unless we Do Something, of course.
Meanwhile, there’s this source of inspiration:
Tags: "Nouriel Roubini", despair, financial, markets, meltdown
mike taht on October 9, 2008 at 6:52 pm
I find some hope in localism, vs globalism, as per the actions of Tom Dart:
You might want to revise the giant zero some, in light of all this.Transaction costs seem to be going (way) up, and the dollar holding steady, for now….
Have had “When the Music’s over” stuck in my head for days now.
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