Sunday, July 4, 2010


Note to Self:

A few times yesterday you mentioned that Arizona needs to "jump-start" the economy.  Wrong.  The economy crashed.  No surprise, really.  It was the Yugo of all economies, built on a sprawling suburban housing market.  What else do we have?  A few call centers.  They have those in Dubai, too.  When something completely crashes you don't try to jump-start it, you redesign it.  You rethink it.  You create an entirely different system.  What's the answer?  It's not your decision.  You're not an economist.  But you know the answer has nothing to do with a quick jump-start.


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