Things Heard: e205v2n3
Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 at 9:35 am by Mark O.
Well, yesterday I walked in and wham! calls and stuff started piling on just as I walked in. Links?
- Unintended consequences of our broken patent law, that is more and more we depend on trade secrets.
- Making the rich “pay their fair share” … hmm. Another unintended consequence on the way. With Mr Romney as an example, apparently why his taxes are lower than what you might naively expect is because he invests in tax protected bonds and such. So … if the response is to get rid of that loophole, that will make such bonds more expense. What are those bonds? Hmm, education and public works make a large part of that market. So, the consequence of killing that loophole will make school improvement and government projects harder to fund. Is that what you really want?
- How to do bad science, a primer for the statistically naive.
- This is not unrelated, i.e., more scarcity scares examined. Oh, from that same site … that must have made an interesting (and somewhat loud) noise when it went bang.
- Some of us are better at learning how to do that than others.
- Austerity, oddly enough can work.
- A top 10 list.
- Secular penance and repentance? How does that work?
- The White House principal, do not interfere in family matters, i.e., which to them means allow abortion. Yet … then why have they decided to terminate farm children working on the family farm? Hmmm? Seems to me that violates their stated principal.
- The master is surprise, pleasantly.
- A tool for the next oil spill?
- Belongs to the 99% … in his own (1%) mind perhaps.
- Seems to me that’s $100 million better spent on R&D.
- Value? What’s that mean. Price? Utility? Purpose? The statement “cannot tell the value of X from Y” means what?
- Someone apparently would prefer to whack strawmen. Mr Mankiw is a “conservative” economist. Read his blog, his book, his course material and then you can argue about what actual real-life “conservative” economists argue. Here is a link to Mr Mankiw’s blog.
- “Pain killing injections” a headline noted about Mr Urlacher is more than a few places. The Tribune article I read the other day had the same headline. Reading further however, we find “Teradol” doesn’t haze (reduce) pain at all, but is an anti-inflamatory agent. I guess “multiple anti-inflamatory injections” doesn’t have the same cachet … even if that is the accurate interpretation.
- Seems to me the first step isn’t randomly attacking the problem by fixing the “five most common problems” but get a ODB scanner on on it and read the code. Any (most?) parts stores will do that for free. Then you have a hint as to what to fix.
- Hosanna-Tabor and consequences for foreign policy. Hey, does anyone know of any left leaning defenses (blogs?) of the President’s position on that?
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