Category Archives: economics 101

I’m glad our tax dollars are being spent wisely.

Oh, no, wait . . . they’re not. (CNN) — The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has threatened Wikipedia with legal action if the online encyclopedia doesn’t remove the FBI’s seal from its site. Here is how I feel about it:

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70’s board game contains eerie similarities to today’s problems

No, not this one The game BP Offshore Oil Strike, which came out in the 1970s and is adorned with an old BP logo, revolves around four players exploring for oil, building platforms and constructing pipelines Players have to deal with … Continue reading

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Damn immigrants takin’ jobs from Murkans!

Finally, after years of complaining, the iron-clad field of migrant farming has opened it’s doors to regular Murkans (instead of those whose families have been in North America FAR FAR longer.)  Two issues solved: economy and immigration. Since June 24, … Continue reading

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The Definition of ‘Making Something Out of Nothing’

With states across the country facing huge budget deficits, it’s finally time to cut spending Illinois raised its retirement age to 67, the highest of any state, and capped public pensions at $106,800 a year. Arizona, New York, Missouri and … Continue reading

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They peed on your rug

As NASA’s tyrannical stranglehold of space nears its end (thank you SpaceX and the inevitable march of time) allow me to point out a minor discrepancy in the surprisingly popular Space Your Face idea Great news! I’m going to be … Continue reading

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Let’s play: Spot the Problem

Time for a game. Can you spot the problem here? Paychecks from private business shrank to their smallest share of personal income in U.S. history during the first quarter of this year, a USA TODAY analysis of government data finds. … Continue reading

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