The Thirty-Second Version

That’s all the time I’ve got to compose this post…

Sorry about the absence, but you all know why.

In the meantime, I thought I’d share this with you, courtesy of Zero Hedge and the blogger known as Gannicus. Learned men have spent many lifetimes in pursuit of the Dismal Science, but here it is in one graphic, Fenbeagle-like in its succinctness and brevity.

Two Cows - Economics In One Lesson!

We’re all doomed, I tell you!

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6 Responses to The Thirty-Second Version

  1. meltemian says:

    Hi Oz’, Funny and all too accurate analogies. Particularly liked the Greek one, all too true except it’s the government and its employees doing most of the eating.
    Good to hear from you, how is everything going.
    Let us know when you get the time.
    We miss you.

    G’day Mel,

    Thanks for the sentiments, from Mrs Oz and me. Also to everyone who’s sent kind e-mails these past few weeks. It means a lot to us.

    Right now life down here is a whirlwind of insurance assessors, building contractors and general running around for not much obvious gain. But our community is getting back to normal, slowly. I’d love to take some time off and do some writing for LibertyGibbert; maybe in a few weeks- Oz

  2. 😀

    Good to hear you are making progress, even if it’s still at the paperwork stage. I think Britain sold its cows for some magic green beans. Hopefully we can climb to the clouds later.

  3. Luton Ian says:

    Good to hear from you Oz,

    Good luck with all of the hard work. The cows I know have icicles dangling from their ears, at the moment.

  4. Amanda says:

    Hello Oz. Best wishes with the reconstruction. May you have a lot of attractive ‘cows’, and may they always be good to you.

  5. Amanda says:

    I feel that Texas should have had its own Longhorn cow section, really.

    It appears Stanley Kubrick would have agreed with you – Oz

  6. Amanda says:

    Ha ha! By which I take it that all army personnel and the actors that play them are deaf from all the hollering!

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