I’m pretty agnostic when it comes to the rivalry between FC København and Brøndby, but for most of last season there was no rivalry to speak of as Brøndby just sank and sank while FCK cruised to the league title.
This season seems to be as bad as the last one.
Brøndby in the second league next season? Nothing is impossible.
Now even the bloggers are restless. Well, I’ll stay tuned on Tuesday to see what happens.
Science seems to me like an area where lying isn’t generally very helpful, so I don’t see that the best scientists would be good or practiced liars. The incentives, at least for the very best work, go the other way.
It’s official: the male mid-life crisis starts at 38 and ends at 43 – or so said a nationwide survey published this week. But what is the best age to be alive? Seven alpha-males name their favourite decade, and look back (or forward) to one they’d rather
Mark Thoma notes two completely opposite views of the role of the U.S. in the world:First, Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps argues that the U.S. economy is the most dynamic in the world and that Europe is forever doomed to lag.
I don’t begrudge Europe waiting to see what works in America before expending the resources to adopt this or that new good or technique, … I just think that the Europeans are depriving themselves of a high-employment economy and they are depriving themselves of intellectual stimulation in the workplace – and personal growth – by sticking to the stultifying, rigid system that I call corporatism.
Then, Iranian Banker Hamid Varzi argues that the U.S. economy is built on an unsustainable mountain of debt and due to come crashing down anytime soon.
The best cars, the best bridges and highways, the fastest trains and the tallest buildings are all to be found outside America’s borders. Supply-siders ignore the crucial distinction between, on the one hand, debt employed as an investment vehicle to enhance competitiveness and, on the other, debt used to pay off current expenses and to create even more debt.