Economists are pretty `wired`. They get a buzz out of all-sorts of run-of-the-mill basic living situations.
They get all-sorts of gets … like `Modigliani-Miller` gets on occasions, or the more daily `supply and demand` tingle.
Added to the basic `gets` of their economic-life, they add in the swirling `re-gets` as they replay the moment where they `got` the `get`.
Life must be `quite a buzz` being a `superior economist`.
Life is full of examples of what I am talking about. It could be said that life is what I am talking about.
Imagine you are at an ice-skating competition … and you can spot-the-difference between a `triple-toe-loop` and a `triple salchow` … that is big buzz (and potential re-buzz) material.
Knowing what dichotomy means.
Spotting a Ford Focus.
Boiling a kettle.
… all buzzable.
God Bless America.
Building big (and up) again –
Why Banking Leverage Requirements Are Not Enough
102 people died from drug overdoses in B.C. last month
New numbers from the BC Coroners Service show that 102 people in the province died of a suspected overdose in February.
That’s an average of more than 3.6 overdoses every day, which is just below the average in January. In that month, 117 people died of overdoses, but the month is three days longer.
Both numbers show a decline from December, which saw a record-breaking 142 overdose-related deaths.
Not the baby … but the guy behind, on his mobile, giving someone directions …