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05 May 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Once again, you can find the best business, economics, personal finance, investing, marketing and frugal living posts from this week's major blog carnivals right here at Political Calculations' roundup On the Moneyed Midways. And once again, you can find the Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM) here as well.

But what you can't find this week is a post from the Carnival of Entrepreneurs, who didn't have a host blog lined up! Hopefully they'll be back in action next week. In the meantime, here are the top posts of the week that was in Blog Carnival Land....

On the Moneyed Midways: Cinco de Mayo 2006 Edition
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Carnival of the Capitalists ExecuPundit Lessons from Jerks Michael Wade finds virtues where you would least expect them: the jerks with whom you work! The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of the Capitalists Gongol.com The Gasoline Rebate Brian Gongol examines whether the bad effects of a proposed gasoline tax rebate outweigh the good.
Carnival of the Capitalists The Entrepreneurial Mind The Highway to Success Professor Jeff Cornwall reveals that even the most successful entrepreneurs skirt the edge of failure.
Carnival of Debt Reduction Canadian Financial Stuff Guilty as Charged: Fifteen Free Coffees The Big Cajun Man has a Big Tim Horton's Coffee Addiction - which could be a good source for freeing up cash to pay off debt!
Carnival of Investing It's Just Money Top Ten Mistakes that Investors Make lamoneyguy offers a countdown of the most common mistakes made by investors, whether novices or experienced.
Carnival of Marketing Neuroscience Marketing Decision Making and the Brain Neuroguy reports that scientists have found the part of the brain that encodes economic values - can better marketing be far behind?
Carnival of Personal Finance Firevalt Cash Flows vs. Account Balances Firevalt answers the question of which is more important - having a large account balance or a positive cash flow?
Festival of Frugality It's Just Money How Much Does Your Commute Cost? We here at Political Calculations love it when people find useful tools on the web! lamoneyguy qualifies for a second slot in the OMM by finding a neat tool for determining how much you're spending on your commute - and here's the shocker: the recent run-up in gas prices doesn't have that big an effect!

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