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Felix Salmon

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By Felix Salmon
December 10, 2010

Utter genius Wire matrix — Mighty God King

Orszag takes that multi-million-dollar vice-chairman gig at Citi — Reuters

“Mary was trying to avoid the temptation that would have made her behave in a kind way” — Ariely

Hey Treasury, now that you’ve redesigned your website, you wanna get to work on the NCUA’s? — NAFCU

Anglo Irish Bank CDS Auction Results — Creditex

TSA gratuitously humiliates the Indian ambassador — India Times

Super-easy way to disable Tynt (which has now been adopted by the WSJ): just go here — Tynt

Why libs don’t like the tax deal — Ezra

I spy one Hirst, one Warhol, and three Richard Princes in these photos of a Bond St rental. Do they come included? — Curbed

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No way Avon is neutral!

Posted by TinyTim1 | Report as abusive
 

I LOVED The Wire!

You could put up a junior matrix too, with the kids caught in the crossfire. The show was on almost long enough to see how the dysfunctional generations replicated themselves. You were destined to fill a slot based in part on innate character but largely on dumb luck. Chaos reigns supreme.

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The Tynt optout doesn’t work outside the USA. So I have told AdBlockPlus on my Firefox browser to block all scripts, css’s, images, and everything associated with the domain tynt.com. It works.

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