#4801

le_nelson_mandela_face posted:

stocks in sleeping pill producers drop rapidly upon news that




hmmm thanks I will buy that book

#4802
having the mccaine book is like showing off Between The World and Me except instead of trolling for woke tail you're trying to impress the porno plumber who nonverbally fixes your pipes and then leaves
#4803
i can't parse that but thank you, again
#4804
damn that's expensive

someone should tell mccaine about our new Secret Forum, see if he'll stop by and grace us as part of his internet promotional tour
#4805
there is no secret forum, stop teasing the lurkers
#4806
oh yeah we didnt give u access
#4807
someone please explain mccaine's book to me, a dumb ass, in a paragraph or so. thanks. mea culpa.
#4808
This book offers a comprehensive assessment of Douglass North’s contribution to economics and the social sciences by examining the origins and structure of his New Institutionalist Economic History (NIEH). Informed by contemporary debates in the philosophy of economics, Krul describes the evolution of North’s theory from mainstream economics to an increasingly heterodox form of New Institutionalism. He also examines what North's original aims were in developing the NIEH research programme and how well it has achieved these aims. By exploring major themes in North's NIEH, with an emphasis on the final stage of his theory, Krul sheds new light on the strengths and weaknesses of North's work. He also discusses the implications of this critical interpretation for the New Institutionalism in economics and other fields of social science.
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liberals make me want to decapitate myself
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mayna2d keynes
#4815
*pours dollar bills into a magic pool and a bulldozer drives out* it's that easy *audience hoots and applauds*
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jansenist_drugstore posted:



lol

#4818
maynard james keynesian
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cars

#4821

le_nelson_mandela_face posted:

cars



good god, another republican has-been trying to cling to relevance

#4822

le_nelson_mandela_face posted:

cars



this is why i come here

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#4825

cars posted:


wouldve put brian eno instead of clint mansell but otherwise A+

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#4827
remembering how the bin Laden / Al Qaeda statements in the time around 9/11 were like 50% environmentalist arguments that the United States was destabilizing global ecology
#4828
because Petrol quoted that bingo card back at me and a native English-reader's eye is drawn to the top left of any document i'm spending 9/12 imagining Adam Curtis reciting every single line to a Nine Days track over "Hand Covers Bruise" & that film of Hitler gleefully running his hands across German children. feels good man.
#4829

cars posted:



Flip side of the dorner post


#4830

cars posted:

remembering how the bin Laden / Al Qaeda statements in the time around 9/11 were like 50% environmentalist arguments that the United States was destabilizing global ecology



I can't say I've actually investigated what Bin Laden was saying at any point. I know he was a gamer, though that might be a posthumous CIA smear.

#4831

Parenti posted:

I can't say I've actually investigated what Bin Laden was saying at any point. I know he was a gamer,


get this post to twitter asap

#4832
done
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i notice that
#4837
that article is about how there's pretty much no place a hurricane can come ashore now that doesn't have a major airport in its path, no matter which direction it goes or why. i suppose there's a causal relationship in the sense that the invention of airplanes caused people to build airports all over the place.
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:rolleyes:
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:rolleyes:
#4840
no it's chemtrails