Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
March 24, 2011
Index Universe

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Paul Amery on the spike in Japanese ETF bid-offer spreads following the tsunami — Index Universe

The best journalism-job want ad ever — Mother Jones; see also Romenesko

Lloyd Blankfein, representing: “We’re did you grow up?”…”Brooklyn,” [he] replied — Bloomberg

Newt Gingrich has a neck of purest brass — Think Progress

There has got to be a better way to donate after a disaster — Good Intents

Here’s the difference, Arthur: stealing a paper on 6th Ave is illegal — Forbes

A lovely David Leonhardt column on Charles Kenny — NYT

British rock stars to play Japan benefit concert — Reuters

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WHERE did you grow up.

It isn’t a contraction for “we are did you grow up,” which after all makes no sense.

As the French say, “Pas de le Rhone qui nous,” which also makes no sense.

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