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Tragedy is Easy; Planning is Hard

Fenster writes: It helps in planning, as in life, to have a sense of identity.  And I don’t mean “brand”, although in practice branding and identity exercises are often comprised of the same interchangeable BS.  At least in terms of … Continue reading

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Fact Du Jour

Paleo Retiree writes: “Between 1950 and 1953, New York City spent $143 million on schools, $4 million on libraries, $70 million on hospitals, and $172 million on highways … Other cities went further.” I found the quote in this new book.

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