Saying that the unreality of the markets is based on technolust
is absurd. It's just an effect, not the cause.
I Find Karma wrote:
> Geege wrote:
> > Oh yawn. Like I haven't read this "news" every day for years.
> Geege, you're ahead of the crowd in the running of the bulls. I'm not.
> Besides, I never said it was news. But when something's threatening the
> fabric of the worldwide economy, it might be worth archiving a rundown
> of what current thinking was. Wouldn't you love to have had "mailing
> list" archives written by people in September and October of 1929, just
> to see what conventional thinking was back then? As it is right now,
> all we can go by are the Benjamin Graham books and the New York Times