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January 25, 2008

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stet

Maybe the Cuban parts in The Godfather Part II, played backwards, could be of use here for the Chilean chapter.

Bill Thompson

having just seen 'No Country for Old Men' I think that you could see the cold-hearted killer Chigurh (Javier Bardem with a truly frightening haircut) as a true example of 'only determination to win combined with expert technique', and certainly Friedmanesque in his approach!

Will Davies

As a fellow baldy, I would like to side with Friedman on this one. The architect of devastating early-1980s recessions he may have been; but he never descended to the haircut depths plummed by Bardem in that movie!

pete

There's a wonderful word eristic which would have benefited this post. Indeed, we increasingly live in an eristic age, and the above is just one example.

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