Monday, February 06, 2006

 

Big Labour Won

Was it just me or were those Refs off last night. I can remember a few really bad calls and all of them went against Seattle.

I am neither a Seattle nor a Pittsburgh fan, but it didn’t look very good.

Maybe they are Pro-Labour. Maybe they are just Anti-Big Business.

Then again, it makes sense.

Who would like Microsoft or any of those service industries? It’s not like they make anything

Service vs. Manufacturing


Steel vs. Software

Blue Collar vs. White Collar

Comments:
Here is an interview with Gary Becker:
1. His daughter was a production designer on "Brokeback Mountain"
2. He favored Pittsburgh
http://www.chibus.com/media/paper408/news/2006/02/02/GsbLife/Faculty.Smackdown.Prof.Gary.Becker-1597638.shtml?norewrite&sourcedomain=www.chibus.com
(NewMark's Door- http://newmarksdoor.typepad.com/)

Also:
Football and Economics
http://blog.mises.org/archives/000633.asp
 
Opening the second half with a 75-yard touchdown run doesn't hurt either. Steelers were probably the better team.
 
Let's not even talk about the Rolling Stones halftime show. I dunno how you were able to go see them Jenna. I mean who sponsored that halftime show, AARP?
 
Commercial Reviews:
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/archives/13598

and

http://www.poliblogger.com/
 
I have to admit, the Stones were not on form for the Half-Time show. The concert was much better. In any case, Mick's not even old enough for full retirement yet - he's only 62.
 
Wow...he's only 62? Didn't they start playing in 62?
 
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