By Felix Salmon
December 15, 2009

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The problems of getting an artist’s visa to travel in the US — WSJ

McArdle says homeowners should pay non-recourse loans even if it doesn’t make financial sense to do so — Atlantic

Ozimek’s latest on homes-as-investments — Modeled Behavior

Fraudulent Italian wine — Decanter

Daniel Lippman is a star. One question the article doesn’t answer: how come he knows so much about wine? — Politico

The very first Felix the Cat cartoon, 90 years ago today! — Daily Motion


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Awesome felix cartoon. We should send it to Jaime Caruana.

Fascinating wine article. I feel like I’ve read this story before.

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Shorter McMegan (Christmas edition): “are there no prisons? are there no workhouses?”

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