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Do let me know if there's something I can track down for you.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Friday beer post at Environmental Economics
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We recommend infused salts. My wife and I always put sriracha salt on eggs.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Friday beer post at Environmental Economics
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This is VERY cool, thanks for posting!
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We had 15" when I measured a few hours ago, with 6"-12" more expected. Where do people's shovels go during the summer?
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Awesome! And great location!
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They could afford Survey Monkey, right?
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Those are averages?!? We buy our bird at the farmer's market and those are stagnation-sized.
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I wish let me google that for you worked with scholar.
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I know I'm just a dumb bureaucrat and don't understand the ivory tower, but why does the salary of a guy who had said he is leaving have to be close to the market range?
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HAHAHAHAHAHA!
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I assume because of the large population of Vietnamese fishermen and shrimpers in the affected area, but I don't no for sure.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2015 on Big BP news at Environmental Economics
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Okay, go to https://www.doi.gov/deepwaterhorizon/adminrecord and search on "codebook" to find the codebooks. Everything else you'll want is in 5.10.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2015 on Big BP news at Environmental Economics
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I didn't mention the data because when I looked yesterday, I didn't see a codebook/data dictionary, so I thought I should blog about it later when those are available. But, go to https://dwhdiver.orr.noaa.gov/explore-the-data Click on the Download Data button Click on the Observations folder and then the Recreational Use folder Let me look for the codebooks.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2015 on Big BP news at Environmental Economics
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Shoot, I thought we had a working paper ready but we might need more references.
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8:00 am sessions in New Orleans? Uncool, Whitehead. Uncool.
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I read Baru Cormorant on the plane and it is fantastic. If you thought your fantasy was missing discussions of fiat money and inflation, this is definitely the book for you. The main character is essentially a central banker and uses of her knowledge of economics and finance to achieve her ends. It is really good.
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I used to wear Virginia Tech #7, but dropped that for obvious reasons. I know have #5 which was entirely coincidentally also the starting QB. How random.
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I've attended several times and always found enough worthwhile sessions to justify the registration. I've also received good feedback on my presentations. But I'm not sure I can get something together in time this year.
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Sheesh, the rankings by download really appear to have been gamed.
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Post and comment of the month!
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Called it!
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