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  1. "The Big Short"

     

    by Michael Lewis

     

    Loved the movie, the book is even better, as it goes into the mechanics of the various financial instruments and also the lives of the protagonists.

     

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    "This Divided Island: Life, Death, and the Sri Lankan War"

     

    by Samanth Subramanian 

     

    Personalized and episodic history of the post/Sri Lankan civil war period.

     

    A bit fluffy at the start, but at the end it's hitting pretty hard.

     

    I didn't know a lot about this conflict going in, which made it tougher to fully understand everything in the book.

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  2.  

    2 hours ago, Rico1304 said:

    He’s telling you how to post in order to please him.  Tell the arrogant cunt to fuck right off. 

     

    2 hours ago, Rico1304 said:

    He’s telling you how to post in order to please him.  Tell the arrogant cunt to fuck right off. 

    etc.

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  3. I genuinely don't understand the vitriol from other supporters.

     

    It's obvious that not only is he a great manager, he's a decent human being as well.

     

    If he were managing another side in the Prem I wouldn't be going out of my way to praise him, but I'd have enough class to save the abuse for the long list of those who are more deserving.

     

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  4. They should do one on Purdue Pharma and the Sackler Family:

     

    Narcos: Oxycontin

     

    Family produces and sells dangerously addictive drugs, indirectly kills tens of thousands, pays billions in fines/settlements, still walks free, with billions in the bank.

     

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    This last one was good, but none of them have stood up to the first one, in large part because Escobar was such a great character, and so well acted.

     

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