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But as you will understand, I don't like to post things that mischaracterize and are aimed to mislead.

-- Brad Delong

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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Six Word Saturday

America more unequal than Egypt, Yemen.

And Tunisia, too, for that matter.

Sad truth.  Read all about it HERE.

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5 comments:

~Sarah~ said...

Well, we will just have to agree to disagree. ;) But I do enjoy 6WS's that are more than 'doing laundry!' type stuff.

Jazzbumpa said...

Sarah -

Thanks for stopping by.

But what's to disagree? It's facts and data, not opinion.

Cheers!
JzB

Amee said...

I am hopping over to see what six words describe you... and I decided to follow you :) Amee from Madame Deals.com. Have a good time.

Call Me Cate said...

I took a look at the post you linked. I've never heard of the GINI coefficient but it's very interesting.

And like Sarah said - I do enjoy a 6WS that's a bit more in-depth from time to time. I love the range that people come up with in their six words. Thanks for playing!

Jingle said...

bravo.

have fun with your word play.

I live in the U. S., not knowing anything about other countries...

people say things for a good reason, and I try to respect their perspectives.

cheers.