Apologies for thin links. Already up later than I should be, flying to British Columbia in a few hours.
Daring dog busts out of vet’s office Mail Tribune (hat tip Buzz Potamkin)
Granny Snatching: Death in British Columbia; Heart Attack Fells Elderly Icon ctwatchdog (hat tip reader Michael T)
Drinking water in thousands of homes ‘contaminated with harmful levels of methane’ Daily Mail (hat tip reader May S)
No Pro Football? No Problem. Robert Lipsyte, TomGram
WSJ Caught BLATANTLY Scrubbing….. Karl Denninger (hat tip John M). This is pretty wild.
The eurozone’s journey to defaults Martin Wolf, Financial Times (hat tip Swedish Lex)
Why Greece Should Reject the Euro Mark Weisbrot, New York Times. From a couple of days ago but still interesting.
Mirror image MacroBusiness
The only real solution for budget deficits: growth Dean Baker, Guardian (hat tip reader John M)
Global Fund rethinks transparency Associated Press (hat tip reader UN Staffer)
AIG Stock Offering Smaller Than Expected Wall Street Journal. Quelle surprise!
Brokerage rip-off datapoint of the day Felix Salmon (hat tip reader John M)
Banks Float $5 Billion Deal to End Foreclosure Probe Wall Street Journal. As Marshall Auerback said, “Aren’t there a few zeros missing?”
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