In Case You Are Still Wondering Why "The World Is Better Than You Think"...

Tyler Durden's picture

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sweet ebony diamond's picture

he deserves a big bonus - big enough so he can buy an english football club (or four).

Cheeky Bastard's picture

Who the fuck would want to buy anything in Manchester. It like buying something in El Paso .... but worse.

Cheeky Bastard's picture

It could suck if it was actually a beer and not a fucking lager.

Want some lager with your beans gov'nor ?

MarketTruth's picture

Old joke for vintage car buffs:

Q: Why do Brits drink warm beer?

A: Because Lucas makes refrigerators.

SRV - ES339's picture

Brings back fond memories of being "under the hood" of my /66 TR6 wondering "what went wrong"... fun car though!

Postal's picture

Difficult to imagine anything worse than EP, but the strippers are 'entertaining'. ;-)

GFORCE's picture

Not really, it would actually be like buying the New York Yankees. Only their athletes don't take performance enhancing cocktails.

The world is actually better than many alternative options we could have been led to. Dissecting it will always find complaints. When has the world ever been fair and balanced?

Jeff Lebowski's picture

Fail.

Rugby league has the worst doping problem in Britain, with more of its performers testing positive for banned anabolic steroids than any other sport in the country.

Figures released yesterday by UK Sport, the body responsible for drug testing in Britain, revealed that 18 leading players produced adverse findings for banned substances during the period April 2001 to March 2002.

That included 10 for anabolic agents, nearly half of the 26 cases among the 40 sports in which UK Sport conducts testing. During the same period the previous year only two rugby league players had tested positive for steroids.

AnAnonymous's picture

Excellent piece of information.

velobabe's picture

anabolic steroids than any other sport.

me think, cycling. unless you restrict just to UK.

cycling now requires a biological passport to be carried by athletes 24/7.

any variations, GONE†

it is a start. neat idea.

 

London Dude Trader's picture

 Hugh Hendry dismantling Jim O'Neill and the other China bulls. "I love Jim O'Neill. I love that Goldman Sachs guy. He says you either get it, or you don't. I don't get it. In the future there will be a Confucius saying: the wise man not invest in overcapacity. The flaw of the business model, at the center of it is a craving for power as opposed to profit." 

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/hugh-hendry-recreates-abx-uncovers-trade-mystical-15-downside-75-upside-trade

 

 

dee's picture

Way too late to be worried about being branded non-objective pessimists.  LOL.

WaterWings's picture

Well if Tyler(s) owns physical gold then it's optimism - why buy PMs if we are all going to end up dead?

If you have something to trade you will have fewer "problems" on the flip side:'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lme5M_z1n_s

Eduardo's picture

Oh god, I am in panic  ! The nytimes is going to start charging for the online content beginning January of next year ! 

How will I survive without their insight, investigative reporting, incorruptible journalism.

The capitalist in me is telling me buy nytimes shares because with the wave of subscribers they are going UP UP UP !   

AchtungAffen's picture

Stopped reading the times when they said the oil spike that drove prices up to $100 was purely due to fundamentals and nothing to do with speculation.

RichardENixon's picture

I still read it online to stay abreast of what the propagandists are up to. Once they start charging I'll have to watch CBS Evening News for my daily propaganda fix, I guess.

BlackBeard's picture

Please join Jim O'kneeling down in Cell Block D-4, where 4 big and scary dudes have him bent backwards over a bench to test out his gag reflex at 11:30 PM EST, right after snack time.