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Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2006 on Cryptic Names at Hypothetical Bias
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To be honest, the Theisman twisted, distorted, broken leg clip is slightly easier to watch. The ASU video has a positive function; I watch it prior to meal times & it acts as an appetite suppressant.
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I see nothing wrong with it. It reminds me of a combination of a SNL parody and an Up With People show. Yep, I was big "Up With People" fan in the '70s.
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Currently, "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart - A Film About Wilco," a documentary about Wilco's recording the album ,"Yankee Hotel Foxtrot," is playing on the Sundance Channel. It is confirmed. It is a good to work from home. See http://www.sundancechannel.com/film/?ixFilmID=2091&rname=The+Film+Finder
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2006 on Music embiggens me at Hypothetical Bias
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Willie ain't no poseur. According to today's NYT article, "His Car Smelling Like French Fries, Willie Nelson Sells Biodiesel," (http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/30/business/30biowillie.html?pagewanted=1 ; sorry, I cannot imbed hyperlinks on posts but not on comments.) Although there is no hypothetical bias with Willie, I searched the New York Times archives and I cannot find the article, "His Car Smelling Like Weed, Willie Nelson Promotes Hemp."
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IMO, too much happens in each episode. Who wants resolution??? Think about negative time preferences & savoring effect (George Lowenstein?; I refuse to look up cites on boxing day).
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In "Winner-Take-All-Society:..," Robert Frank & Phillip Cook mention the phenomenon of competitive body modification. Through tattoos, individuals attempt to distinguish themselves by belonging to a tribe. As tattoos become more common (some of my college students belong to the same tribe as the grandmother cashier at our Wal-Mart), the level of body modification increases. The Nash equilibria of the positional goods games (status birthday parties and "tribal" tattoos) have a heck of a lot of ink & dang big birthday parties. Bring on the dancing ponies and the dermal punches!
Toggle Commented Dec 24, 2005 on $700k watches at Hypothetical Bias
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Looking at the cast, I imagine you are wearing flannel & Doc M's as you listen to the Alice In Chains & Screaming Trees tracks off the Singles soundtrack and drink coffee. Oops. That's the wrong movie. The Reality Bites has many of the Mystery Men cast members. Is Winona Ryder in Mystery Men?
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2005 on What am I thankful for? at Hypothetical Bias
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