Monday July 13, 2020

Crisis, what crisis? Plenty of them, actually

Our capacity to transform the trivial into the significant and the important into the frivolous is considerable.

23rd August, 2008

Our capacity to transform the trivial into the significant and the important into the frivolous is considerable.

Somebody using a banned substance on a horse is of momentous insignificance - provided this did not inflict any pain on the horse, of course. More relevantly, the doom and gloom that have pervaded our economic tribulations are extraordinary.

We have had 15 years of the most spectacular economic success. Now there is to be an interruption of...

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