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The author is simply summarizing well known effects. The recession and housing bubble were predicted years before they occurred by thousands of people in print and speeches who were saying the same thing Nutting is stating here. Robert Gates, who served in both Republican and Democratic administrations, spoke about i...more
What bothers me about the article is the reliance on Greenpeace and their data without questioning them or the legitimacy of their data. For example, why did they claim that 100 megawatts was used by Apple in their Maiden data center? Did this make this number?
Greenpeace is notorious for fabricating data and makin...more
Why would the market be happy about a Republican legislature? Despite the Republican rhetoric that they are pro-business and pro-economy, the record is exactly the opposite. The smart investors know, and many big investment houses like Fidelity have published these results for decades, the stock market goes up about ...more
two comments on floor mats.
The article never says that the floor mats were Toyota's
or the owners. When Toyota says it recommends that people remove after market mats, that is intended to get people to think that the mats were not Toyota's. A clever way to get people to imagine that it was only after market mats t...more
People are afraid for many of the reasons you mentioned. But high on the list is the realization that there are no longer people running key companies that one can trust. Bankers were at one time people who valued their customers and their investors/shareholders. However, since the conservative Repblicans under Reag...more
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