Monday, 27 January 2020

Citations Needed - Episode 98: The Refined Sociopathy of The Economist

quote [ Yeah, it’s an amazing thing about looking at The Economist’s history because you can track what it is saying and who it is speaking for in real time against all of these other movements in history from pre-Civil War, through the rise of communism and socialism and then onto through the World Wars and colonialism and then post-colonialism. It’s an incredible view into the British colonial mindset. ]

If we're putting people up against the wall, The Economist is probably a good place to start.
[SFW] [politics] [+4]
[by steele@2:42pmGMT]

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steele said @ 2:26am GMT on 28th Jan
steele said @ 2:51am GMT on 28th Jan
steele said @ 2:51am GMT on 28th Jan
steele said @ 2:51am GMT on 28th Jan
steele said @ 2:52am GMT on 28th Jan
knumbknutz said @ 9:32pm GMT on 29th Jan
Love the quick-drop of the word "some" in the women scientist headline. Half the engineers in some Central-American countries are women as well. Of course it's one tiny country (Costa Rica) that has a 8-1 proportion of women-men (WTF is in the water there??).

That's where I am retiring soon...
mechanical contrivance said @ 9:46pm GMT on 29th Jan
Why are you moving to Costa Rica?
knumbknutz said @ 9:48pm GMT on 29th Jan
Great spot to park the boat, low cost of living, awesome beaches, and they are the only country in C.A. that doesn't have a military.

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