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  1. TAA Flight 66 is now soaring at 33,000 ft.
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    Banks - Bankers

    Brace yourselves. https://www.mauldineconomics.com/frontlinethoughts/decoding-the-fed
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    Takumi Minamino

    Savvy that from Klopp. We’re the bomb.
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    The New Leader of the Labour Party

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    Watford (H) Premier League - 14/12/19

    The conditions were tricky. Not conducive to skilled passing etc. we won with 2 moments of Salah genius, backed up by team graft. i felt sorry for Mane. Fucking brilliant header from a sublime Shaq cross. The VAR margins are ruining football.
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    General Election 2019

    Yeah that's the worry. The only time it got it wrong and called a hung parliament, the actual outcome ended with the conservatives getting more seats than predicted !
  7. Possibly just a Cramp, according to Klopp
  8. Who knew it? Klopp, the fucking Messiah!
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    Hello !! I am getting good results on a low carb diet (not quite Keto- keeping carbs below 75 grams a day) Anybody got a nice Keto or low carb recipe for Worstershire Sauce? That is my favourite condiment for red meat, but store bought (whether lea and perrins or equiv) is high in carbs if going over a couple of tablespoons a day. Thanks in advance for any reply.
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    Cameron: "Cuts will change our way of life"

    *Economic theory as it exists increasingly resembles a shed full of broken tools. This is not to say there are no useful insights here, but fundamentally the existing discipline is designed to solve another century’s problems. The problem of how to determine the optimal distribution of work and resources to create high levels of economic growth is simply not the same problem we are now facing: i.e., how to deal with increasing technological productivity, decreasing real demand for labor, and the effective management of care work, without also destroying the Earth. This demands a different science. The “microfoundations” of current economics are precisely what is standing in the way of this. Any new, viable science will either have to draw on the accumulated knowledge of feminism, behavioral economics, psychology, and even anthropology to come up with theories based on how people actually behave, or once again embrace the notion of emergent levels of complexity—or, most likely, both. Intellectually, this won’t be easy. Politically, it will be even more difficult. Breaking through neoclassical economics’ lock on major institutions, and its near-theological hold over the media—not to mention all the subtle ways it has come to define our conceptions of human motivations and the horizons of human possibility—is a daunting prospect. Presumably, some kind of shock would be required. What might it take? Another 2008-style collapse? Some radical political shift in a major world government? A global youth rebellion? However it will come about, books like this—and quite possibly this book—will play a crucial part.* https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2019/12/05/against-economics/?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits&fbclid=IwAR0P2qAXg7Cxq9lSfUIYBfanwnGfKz48ay7qUxsFYpq30mNMYzdJ7gJTuQk
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    You could pitch it to the Producers and the Director. Good luck.