Twitter Postings July 1

Iraq’s disappointing oil field bids: http://bit.ly/O0Ym3
That’s some pretty hefty government pension: http://bit.ly/14SoP
On whether it was right for the NYT to conceal Rohde’s kidnapping: http://bit.ly/z0KoR
Why Joe Nocera feels no sympathy for Madoff victims: http://bit.ly/yELT6
Are German banks hoarding money? http://bit.ly/4Fg7tR
Err, taking a pug into the subway when it’s hot and humid not the best idea, but was this really necessary? http://bit.ly/Qxv8o
No more Percocet and Vicodin? What will House survive on? http://bit.ly/RzoFe
More cryptic politician talk, this time it’s about crossing the “line”, and what line would that be? http://bit.ly/4BkBu0
Happy Canada’s Day! http://bit.ly/18dxgf
Bye-bye to organic certification, as farmers return to conventional farming: http://bit.ly/B5dEd
Honduras, the original banana republic … lost in the shuffles of news cycles, between Iran and MJ: http://bit.ly/y5lRx
Why Asia won’t be able to drive growth: http://bit.ly/19t32y
Even sex is a hard sell during this recession: http://bit.ly/168ZlO
Just watching a BBC documentary on debunking 7/7 theories: http://bit.ly/RCE0Z
Who wants to go on a pirate hunting vacation? http://bit.ly/17hiDO
UK drops plans to make ID cards compulsory for foreigners: http://bit.ly/hB973
I seriously need to start learning Dutch, is anyone else out there doing the same? http://bit.ly/ez6HF
“Paralyzing fear and blind optimism aren’t the only alternatives. There is a route through the middle.” http://bit.ly/2eQnW0
So more competitive universities lead to more time spent with kids? Is there a correlation? http://bit.ly/zLprt
Too much of these celebrity economists? http://bit.ly/qgbSR
The Chinese save for a lot of reasons, the marriage-price inflation explanation is just one of them: http://bit.ly/hSizP
Things must be pretty bad for these Japanese youth to protest: http://bit.ly/IfUY2
Abu Dhabi will host new renewable energy agency, Bonn and Vienna not rich enough to compete: http://bit.ly/Nhggy
On an ageing world http://tinyurl.com/mmgc7v
High-wage countries with few natural resources cannot afford sub-par universities. Europe, are you listening? http://bit.ly/cYoeT
Cash for grass in California, turning it into more of a desert than it already is: http://bit.ly/31WRj
When business plans do not deliver: http://bit.ly/18udGm
Is the era of corporate conglomerates over? Not sure about that: http://bit.ly/16luSV
For a $2.5 billion dollar project, you’d think they would pay for a naming consultant, but no: http://bit.ly/eCcVq
The simplest behavioural finance bubble model by Brad DeLong: http://bit.ly/aW5pC
Free wedding if you quit smoking: http://bit.ly/jyhI0
If we are all morons when we travel, then what should we do instead? Stay home and bite our nails? http://bit.ly/Jb3o7
Why the rejection of western liberal ideals by Russia is so distasteful to the west: http://bit.ly/dwc7
Russia’s shutting down every gambling outlet in the land, how is this possible? http://bit.ly/OVvwt
The NYT will survive, oh goody! http://bit.ly/5owpQ
Europe just loves to stuff their liberal haughty superiority down your throat, whether you like it or not: http://bit.ly/12QWkY
Supreme Court will not block new digital video recording system, allowing ad skipping: http://bit.ly/LjnIu
Geez, what kind of marketing gimmick is this? http://bit.ly/tCkEQ
13 year old boy can’t imagine using the dinosaurous piece of technology that was the Walkman, gosh I’m old: http://bit.ly/Zj3jr
On Sheila Bair, and the financial debate: http://bit.ly/11VQg8
Did Madoff’s sons know? http://bit.ly/HyqDA
Twitter Postings June 29 http://tinyurl.com/kjq3wz
Reporters’ Center on Youtube, for journalists wannabe: http://bit.ly/uyVLT

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