The current chapter is about the distribution of wealth in the country. One thing it notes is that wages are about 15 times the amount of corporate profits. Though when I went and looked it up, it's more like 6 times (for 2003). The point is still there, but it irritates me that the book's author consistently slants his mistakes to bolster his extreme libertarian approach.
Eco 200: distribution of wealth
I don't plan to delete my LJ (I paid for permanent status, dammit), but this will be the last post. I don't plan to read it anymore, either…
Turns out my insurance is cut off at midnight tonight, not the end of the month. In a way, that's a good thing. Now I'll move my appointment…
A week off, but tomorrow I head to the home office for a week there.