Monthly Archives: November 2011

Guttenberg: unfit to govern

Guttenberg, a forced to retire ex-German defence minister seeks his rehabilitation and just blows it again. Claiming innocence he says’s the fault was his habit to write his dissertation across four computers and at least 80 different storage media. His problem … Continue reading

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Pigheads

Source The SVP lost its race to the “Stöckli” (Upper Chamber of Parliament). As a matter of fact they have now two MPs less than before. Loosing the election, however, didn’t increase the humble factor of the party. Instead they … Continue reading

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Samsung pokes fun at Apple fanboys and -girls

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Christmas Galore – Will there be a Bonus or not (i.e. the Euro is finished)

Given the fact that banks value nearly halved in the last six months some not-so-golden-anymore boys start wondering how they are going to buy Christmas presents with no bonus in sight and probably worse things (i.e. job loss) to come. … Continue reading

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The Big Reset

A somber mood hung over the G-20 summit in Cannes. Greece, the problem child dominated the headlines. Beyond the bold print a gloomier picture emerges. The economies around the world are in doldrums. Western economies pile up debt quicker than … Continue reading

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