Christmas Schedule

Naked Capitalism will be going to a holiday schedule starting tomorrow evening. We’ll have three posts a day (Links plus two additional posts) through and including New Year’s Day.

We hope that those of you who are traveling arrive safely, and wish you a good holiday break! And in case we forget to do so, we also wish you the best for 2015!

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  1. fresno dan

    Good cheer, good wishes, and good luck to all my friends on NC…cause I’m pretty sure we’re gonna need it.
    And thanks to Yves and Lambert for all their efforts to keep us informed, and improve our humanity, our country, and our world.

  2. skippy

    All will be in – my thoughts – whilst the family hangs out at Noosa bch.

    Really sux in a way…. even tho’ I’ve seen a bit of desperate times… too know… not all my fellows are not as…. at the moment… they whys and what not… can drive one around the twist…. methinks…

    Skippy… all I have is my deep affirmation… something the market does not price well at the moment… sigh…

    1. petal

      Enjoy the beach, skippy! Looking at the picture makes me miss Australia. We have had exactly one day of sun here in northern NH in the last 3 weeks. A day at a warm beach would be so restorative right now.

      I hope everyone has a nice holiday. Thank you for the links and posts every day-it makes a difference and NC is the first place I stop in the morning. Take care.

    2. aletheia33

      love to you and yours skippy.

      thank you for holding to your deep affirmation.
      it holds and helps all the rest of us.

      1. Skippy

        Three sublime reply’s all with a bright bow attached, great start to the day!!!

        Skippy….. If it were mine to have… A feast… Followed by frolic… For all… One of these days… Other than a yob… For groaf

        1. OIFVet

          Have a great time Skippy, and of course the same wish goes to everyone here: Yves, Lambert, and the NC community as a whole.

  3. Paul Tioxon

    Yves and Lambert,
    Enjoy the Holiday break.
    Another year of telltale signs of imminent doom, hopefully all pushed back to the long run when we will be prepared to deal with the mess and it’s somebody else’s problem. I liked the video A HELL OF A TIME. It was well done and true to life. Here’s to a better New Year when we return, hopefully refreshed, ready, willing and able to deal with all of the problems as they come at us.

  4. juliania

    Merry Christmas, Yves and Lambert – thanks very much for the New Yorker article yesterday. It’s Christmas down under already – try pohutukawa for a plant sometime; (they’re in bloom right now.) Thanks for all you do.

  5. Eclair

    I’m not feeling very “Christmas-y” and certainly not feeling very optimistic about the coming new year. But … feeling grateful for Yves and Lambert and all the contributors and commenters here at NC. At least, we will not be bored in the coming months.

  6. mundanomaniac

    Six years of reading NC, a beacon of reason and deceny in NY. And for me six years of a tutoring for advanced english abilities, after all enabling me, to do my blog in this demanding and creative language. A big thank You Yves and Lambert, and Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year.

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