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The Hamilton paper "The Changing Face of World Oil Markets" is outstanding IMNSHO, pretty much a must read - and very readable for work by an academic:

http://econweb.ucsd.edu/~jhamilto/IAEE_2014.pdf

Take a look at Figure 4 on page 20, and Figure 11 on page 27 in particular

burnside wrote:

Did everyone note that the Kiev coalition government has collapsed?

Loosen up a bit on those pearls you are clutching there, burnside.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Notice averages, not means.

Medians. Averages are means.

http://www.newsweek.com/sierra-leones-leading-ebola-doctor-contracts-ebola-260769

Last month, Khan told Reuters that he was aware of the risk of himself contracting the disease, which kills up to 90 percent of those infected. "I am afraid for my life, I must say, because I cherish my life," he said. "Health workers are prone to the disease because we are the first port of call for somebody who is sickened by disease. Even with the full protective clothing you put on, you are at risk."

Nurses treating Ebola at the Sierra Leone government hospital have been on strike since Monday. Three fellow nurses are believed to have died of the virus, the BBC reports.

VDU's blog: Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) 2014 West African outbreak..

JP wrote:

burnside wrote:

It's not 1977.
Link?

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JP wrote:

BTW Those aren't particularly small revisions.

So are those busted sales then? (contract entered, but sale process fails for whatever reason)

Yoringe wrote:

Whistleblower: U.S. Satellite Images Show Ukrainian Troops Shooting Down MH17 | Global Research

Michel Chossudovsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 2001, Chossudovsky founded the Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG), located in Montreal, Canada, becoming its editor and director. It is "committed to curbing the tide of globalisation and disarming the new world order".[6] CRG maintains websites in several languages, including the English-language GlobalResearch.ca, which are critical of United States foreign policy and NATO as well as the official explanation of the September 11 attacks in 2001 and the war on terror. He said that the Free Syrian Army was created by NATO.[7] Chossudovsky also claimed that deaths of protesters in the Maidan Square in Kiev were "triggered by Neo-Nazi elements", used "to break the legitimacy of a duly elected government."[8] He is a favoured commentator at Russia Today.[9] His opinion is regularly asked for by Press TV.[4][5][6]

At the time of the Kosovo war Mike Karadjis accused Chossudovsky of setting out a 'meticulous frame-up', 'full of half-truths, assumptions, and innuendoes about the Kosovo Liberation Army's alleged use of drug money', seeking to discredit the KLA.[10]In his book Bosnia, Kosova, and the West, Chossudovsky is referred to as a noted 'apologist for the Milošević regime'.[11]

bearly wrote:

Housing is in the tank despite continued low mortgage rates. Reflects the abysmal state of jobs, incomes and the overall economy.

None of those are the case here in melty cheese land... just sayin'

Is the outbreak impacting any oil industry workers yet?

No, not at issue rather a humanitarian crisis - there is a fair bit of offshore oil exploration going on and IIRC most of the shoreside services are coming out of Ghana.

vtcodger wrote:

So, I'm pretty sure are most 25, 35, 45, 55, 65, 75, 85, and 95 year olds. As well as most senators and representatives. And, I have come to suspect, most economists.

New Keyboard New Keyboard New Keyboard New Keyboard vtcurmudgeon!

KP, to be clear, ofttimes I don't see much difference between you and teh Dawg.

energyecon wrote:

Come lately to a concern for veracity in what you post about others - or is that reserved exclusively for posts about you, Dawg?

How much more time do you think your side needs?

Rob Dawg wrote:

An example of what heppens when you decide civility is only what you expect not what you deliver.

Come lately to a concern for veracity in what you post about others - or is that reserved exclusively for posts about you, Dawg?

Rob Dawg wrote:

I sometimes wonder how many people think I said all the data is gamed. There actually is a serious issue brewing. With all the data mining and security scrubbing going on all those misquotes could be accumulating and may someday be mistaken for fact.

Come lately to a concern for veracity in what you post about others - or is that reserved exclusively for posts about you, Dawg?

Bubblisimo Gerkinov wrote:

I've got a bitumen soaked death economy to participate in.

"Everything is proceeding as I have forseen" 720p HD - YouTube

vtcodger wrote:

I think the British made enough on the deal to buy a couple of F-35s.

YouTube - FXXking finance it from Ruthless people mp4

JP wrote:

Cynk Tech shares halted by Finra - Yahoo Finance

Mark it zero, Smokey!

justaskin wrote:

"what is the sound of a one-handed economist clapping?

No answer?! - YouTube

vtcodger wrote:

Not that we have the slightest use for them.

Dick Jones: I had a guaranteed military sale with ED 209. Renovation program. Spare parts for 25 years. Who cares if it worked or not?

Rob Dawg wrote:

But perhaps Its different this time

Missing mp and the hirsute one... but IIRC his contribution was more particularly concerned with stall speed.

Mike in Long Island wrote:

I read the article with the expectation of hearing they hired yogi. Oh well. Back to work.

That will be an article about a new tool from the NY Fed.

Whether he was a double or triple agent is another question.

Yes.

"Famous British Historian claims Benjamin Franklin Was A British Spy", by
Richard Deacon

For entertainment purposes only.

Simple minded Brits being taken in by 'Murican swinging meat man Benjie F! Needs More Cowbell

Remember Franklin

Well, it was Franklin's propensity for drinking and whoring that made him a great 'Murican and adored of the French, thus securing the Revolution... just sayin'

I think this was first explicated on Clarissa Explains it All (or maybe it was on Nova or the O'Reilly Show) but I couldn't focus on the episode.

I'm sorry, what was the question?

Ouch!

Footage of the goals bearing the title 'Young Brazilians get f**ked by entire German soccer team' (and other more explicit variants) quickly sprang up following the game (at least according to hundreds of screen grabs circulating Twitter), with the site eventually asking football fans to cease with the gag whilst getting a swipe in at Brazil's performance itself.

"Please stop uploading the game highlights to Pornhub... Our public humiliation category is full. #BrazilvsGermany," it tweeted.

Got to find out where to buy:

The Worshipful Company of Engineers, a Livery Company of the City of London operating under Royal Charter, has awarded Dr Povey their '2014 Hawley Award' for "the most outstanding Engineering Innovation that delivers demonstrable benefit to the environment."

Matthew Canwell, Lakeland's Buying Director added: "People are becoming more energy conscience. This pan is energy efficient, it cooks quicker, and it saves gas and energy. So it ticks all the boxes really."

Read more: Rocket Scientist Reinvents Saucepan - Business Insider

sdtfs wrote:

There are a number of things that can happen in the future. If supermodels want to date me, that could leave me with less time on HCN.

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Sebastian wrote:

It's a thankless job, but nobody has to do it.
Sebastian

Well played! New Keyboard

:herbert:

I know you subscribe to cinco's list mentality, but reality is more complicated that you appear to be able to integrate.

Firemane wrote:

I wish there was a 3rd side

Oh but there is, and more...

Teh Dawg: :awwwk:
Teh Luk: :awwwk:
Teh Dawg: :awwwk::awwwk:
Teh Luk: :awwwk::awwwk:
Teh Dawg: :awwwk::awwwk::awwwk:
Teh Luk: :awwwk::awwwk::awwwk:

...ad nauseum

sdtfs wrote:

You know, unsuccessful ones have the same experiences, too!

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Rob Dawg wrote:

Ditto.

Staunchly thickskinned, what?

Yoringe wrote:

RD, i need a outside opinion: what do you think about manners?

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Rob Dawg wrote:

the hypocrites here

Teh Zen, it burnssss ussss!

justaskin wrote:

was that really necessary?

Of course not, but totally in character.

(et tu, yuan?)

edit: gainful employment in teh erl bidness does take up a bit of my time

driving around the Italian countryside circa 1678 outfitted with flamethrowers and indestructible tires.

YouTube - Army of Darkness (8/10) Movie CLIP - The Battle Car (1992) HD

and we'll still be complaining about... something

Wantz moar opshunz!