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February 23, 2006

What are the odds that the guys at Fraters Libertas are waking up this afternoon, blearily looking through their e-mail, and wondering: "When did we do that?" And possibly: "Was that us?"

Just what do economists do? And why doesn't any discussion of what economists do *ever* include the word "economize"?

When do public officials support junking a major public works project? When they'd rather use the dedicated taxes being collected for the failed project for other boondoggles.

Beyond burger flipping: How much you want to bet that Wal-Mart will pioneer the wide-spread adoption of this technology in Maryland, assuming the law there isn't tossed out in court?

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