Daily Archive: 07/27/2019

Jul 27 2019

Walk Spoiled

I’m not quite sure why I’ve turned into the Site’s resident Golf Expert in the same way I’m not sure why I’m the resident Economist. Someone has to do it I suppose and it’s true enough that I play and have been involved with a Charity Tournament or two (great fundraisers), keeping as far away …

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Jul 27 2019

So You Thought LIBOR Was Fixed

Well, yes actually, but not in the sense of functioning as advertised. Banks Sued for LIBOR Collusion — Again! By Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone July 26, 2019 LIBOR was once set by the British Bankers’ Association. It’s now managed by the Intercontinental Exchange, owners of the New York Stock Exchange, which rebranded it “ICE LIBOR.” …

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Jul 27 2019

House

You’ll be pleased to know (at least I am pleased to tell it) that having survived the recent bat attacks with minor losses I am safely in my bunker with 10 years worth of Twinkies and smuggled A&W. I Fell In Love With The Devil – Avril Lavigne Stressed Out – twenty one pilots April …

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Jul 27 2019

The Breakfast Club (Terms Of Morality)

Welcome to The Breakfast Club! We’re a disorganized group of rebel lefties who hang out and chat if and when we’re not too hungover we’ve been bailed out we’re not too exhausted from last night’s (CENSORED) the caffeine kicks in. Join us every weekday morning at 9am (ET) and weekend morning at 10:00am (ET) (or …

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Jul 27 2019

Six In The Morning Saturday 27 July 2019

  Why Russia and China are wading into a centuries’ old dispute over a tiny island cluster Analysis by Brad Lendon, CNN Updated 0508 GMT (1308 HKT) July 27, 2019 While Japan and South Korea may not agree on who owns a cluster of tiny, rocky islands off their coastlines, they do agree that Russian bombers shouldn’t …

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