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Thread: Classic Mota Boy's Thought of the Day

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    Lightbulb Classic Mota Boy's Thought of the Day

    No, this isn't about classics, dork. This is a thought that goes way back. My mom told me of the exchange years later.

    Scene opens with a young, puzzled-looking Mota Boy sitting in the passenger seat of a station wagon as his mother drives.

    Four-year-old Mota: "Mom? Green means go, yellow means slow and red means stop... right?"
    Mama Mota: "Yes honey, why?"
    Four-year-old Mota: "Then why do you always speed up when the light turns yellow?"
    “It is a strange paradox that today’s central banks are generally staffed by economists, who by and large profess a belief in a theory which says that their jobs are, at the best, unnecessary, and more likely wealth-destroying. Needless to say, this is not a point widely discussed among respectable economists. Nevertheless, it is an issue worth pondering.”

    George Cooper, The Origin of Economic Crises

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    how cute.
    did you have curls back then, too?

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    Speaking of which I've never seen a pic of Mota Boy. I'd like to so I can really get into these threads and imagine you pondering things.
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    Hahaha! Loved it.

    P.S.: Dush, Mota's teh sex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nina
    how cute.
    did you have curls back then, too?
    Did I? I had these huge golden ringlets. People thought I was a girl. I'll have to post a picture one of these days.
    “It is a strange paradox that today’s central banks are generally staffed by economists, who by and large profess a belief in a theory which says that their jobs are, at the best, unnecessary, and more likely wealth-destroying. Needless to say, this is not a point widely discussed among respectable economists. Nevertheless, it is an issue worth pondering.”

    George Cooper, The Origin of Economic Crises

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