Monday, April 02, 2012

Loony Tunes no 36

1

How Do You Wash An Invisible Hand?

HERE

"The blood that stains this invisible hand is more Than humanity can stand And you can't fix what you can't see And you learn that ignorance is never bliss When ignorance is a blade in your back

2

Tax reform inducing growth?

Danny Roberts in Jamaica Gleaner HERE

Even the father of capitalism recognised that in a free market system the government must remain the custodian of that invisible hand.”

3

The Visible Hand vs the Invisible Hand

Xerographica in Pragmatarianism HERE

Would allowing the invisible hand to determine the distribution of public funds drive us to pragma-socialism or anarcho-capitalism or somewhere in between?”

4

Ideas and Opinions From “a Physics/Math double-major. Anarchist. Pantheist. Psychonaut. Lover of all things geeky.”

HERE http://violentopinions.tumblr.com/post/20190962589/i-coercively-made-the-invisible-hand-give-me-a-wank

I coercively made the invisible hand give me a wank.”

5

Lights Off for Earth Hour? Rightbloggers Leave Lights On, Declare Victory

Village Voice (blog) HERE

the Invisible Hand would have cut emissions and dumping eventually, but the stupid hippie lawmakers jumped the gun and stole their thunder.”

6
“The Iron Calculator vs. The Invisible Hand” HERE

No longer are uncertain outcomes or risks acceptable, i.e. The Invisible Hand.” …

…“The Invisible Hand leaves it unknown who should go to college, even though someone may not pass The Iron Calculator’s criteria, there might just be some other factor that will cause them to succeed. The Invisible Hand leaves to chance having the potentially ill baby…”

““This newcomer does not seem to grant us the benevolence and unlimited possibilities that chance, or The Invisible Hand granted us.

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2 Comments:

Blogger UMR Cycling Club said...

As author of 6, I think you took what I wrote a little out of context. But hey, thanks for noticing my post. Also, I'm always interested to learn about economics, so if you'd like to point me to literature explaining why ever increasing regulation/calculation is good versus allowing for randomness, please do.

10:50 pm  
Blogger UMR Cycling Club said...

As author of 6, I think you took what I wrote a little out of context. But thanks for noticing my post. Also, I'm always interested to learn about economics, so if you'd like to point me to literature (that you personally recommend) explaining why ever increasing regulation/calculation is good versus allowing for randomness, please do.

10:51 pm  

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