Daily Archives: April 14, 2010
Bruce writes a bit about it here.Â The main thrust is that since the cost of ID theft is borne by individuals and not creditors, creditors have no incentive to verify that the person applying for credit is on the … Continue reading
Take a look at this new upgrade! Who cares if it takes two hours to fold my underwear, so long as I don’t have to do it. Sex AND it doesn’t talk AND it folds my drawers? Get it to … Continue reading
The further discussion of nuclear power start-up costs.Â I first posted on this here. If you have any interest in the economics of nuclear power, this is an interesting discussion.
Only possible with the help of idiotic government regulations and incentives.