Monday, May 13, 2013

A few goodies from Ol' Remus


I see no reason why many of America's high schools should remain open.
Chris Matyszczyk at

What was the fate of the guards and KAPOs when the Nazi camps were liberated? Really want to know? Photos here art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif at CODOH Forum. 

 By effectively capping most students' future financial obligations from student debt, this plan would remove the last vestiges of price sensitivity from the college tuition market.  Colleges can now raise tuition to infinity, knowing that the bulk of it will get paid by the taxpayer some time in the future. Just as the college price bubble looks ready to burst, this is the one thing that could re-inflate it.
Warren Meyer at 

Boston bomber lockdown - During the entire 24 hours manhunt the news media was kept at bay so shootouts were not videoed. Even police video cameras were turned off.
Willy Scanlon at

The market may be hitting new highs thanks to traders' games, but the real economy is contracting sharply. This is precisely what happened during the market peaks before the Tech Crash and the 2008 Collapse. We are getting precisely the same warnings this time around. If you are not already preparing for a potential market collapse, now is the time to be doing so.
Graham Summers at

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