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Monday, December 31, 2007
- Name: Eric Rasmusen
- Location: Bloomington, Indiana, United States
- God's Grace. A little girl was told she could put...
- Tipping. Why do we tip in restaurants? I think it...
- British Counties. The Association of British Count...
- Free Classical Sheetmusic Downloads. This is hard...
- My 2007 Christmas list. My 2007 list of good thi...
- Temperatures. Every once in a while I want to loo...
- An Example Where Imperfect Message Transmission He...
- Law (a 2004 repeat) What is the purpose of law? To...
- Progressive Taxation. Should tax rates be higher o...
- Meteors. My brother recommended to me the powerpoi...
Selected Posts of Special Interest >
- Inspector-General Link Page
- Hardware Design
- Scare Force One (2009)
- The Stevens Prosecution (2009)
- The Function of the Office of Legal Counsel
- Keynesian Stimulus Grand Links Accumulator
- Keynesian Stimulus and World War II and Keynesianism
- Organizing Conferences
- Church Music
- Bush's Average Approval Ratings Compared to Previous Presidents
- Game Theory and Blackmail of Politicians
- Killing Viable Unborn Babies in Kansas
- Sodomy Laws and Pro-Israel Sentiment
- Bible Verses Relevant to Abortion
- Perceived or True Value?
- Yearly Temperatures of Bloomington, Indiana
- IQ Tests
- An Example Where Imperfect Message Transmission Helps.
- Henry VIII's Divorce: The Real Story
- The BFC's Proposed Resolution Criticizing the Business School's Invitation of General Pace
- A List of Prominent Democrats in Trouble
Selected Archive Topics >
I've set up this blog for myself, as a commonplace book, with the idea that it might also be useful for outside readers. That is why the topics are idiosyncratic. I see that most of my readers are directed here by Google searching rather than being regular readers.
I will delete rude comments, and will give less leeway to anonymous comments than to signed ones. I will for now at least allow stupid and ill-informed comments, though other readers don't enjoy them unless they are so ignorant as to be funny.
I will revise my posts freely, usually without any note that they've been revised. If I make an important mistake in a post that I think people might refer to, I will note the mistake and correction. But I'm not trying to make this a historical record. In fact, I'd like to merge posts on the same topic and delete posts not of interest a year later, except that I never get round to doing that.