In a previous post we talked about the British state’s long-term tendency to under-invest in modern hardware and software, transferring money away from capital budgets towards day-to-day spending. The context for that post was the NHS of today, but the under-investment issue has…
Anyone who has spent much time in a school playground will know that childhood games are often of extraordinary complexity, with rules incomprehensible…
Following on from a post about Warren Buffett, it seems appropriate to carry on with the theme and talk about capital allocation, this time in the…
This is a very under-appreciated tweet: While /r/wallstreetbets gets all the headlines after Gamestop, the cult of Buffett keeps on chugging along…
With Afghanistan firmly back in Taliban hands, there have been remarkably few Vietnam comparisons, perhaps a sign that the collective cultural memory of…
Boxing is the very rare sport where TV coverage hides as much as it reveals. Because fans tune in for the violence, the camera angles often only display…
Episode One proved to be far more prescient than even we thought. In the opening paragraphs, we mentioned the psychological whiplash an Anglo-American…
On the once-fair planet of Cramordin, in the shadow of the Red Sun, tragedy has struck. The appalling race of Torexians has invaded, colonizing the…
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