New post-design! Not sure it’s better though…
#1:Am I the only person who rooted against Robin Hood, the world’s first thug communist?
— GS Elevator Gossip (@GSElevator) June 29, 2012
Give a man a gun and he can rob a bank, give a man #Barclays bank and he can rob the world.
— Prince Charles (@Charles_HRH) June 28, 2012
Paraphrasing Lineker, I would say that the Eurozone is a game where Merkel always says no, but in the end Germany pays #eurozone
— Stathis Kalyvas (@SKalyvas) June 28, 2012
Klar, wir haben immer gesagt, dass wir uns um die Märkte kümmern, aber Schlecker war damit nicht gemeint!
— Die Marginalen (@DieMarginalen) June 27, 2012
Atheism will never succeed until it can come up with as many excuses as religion can to give people days off.
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) June 26, 2012
— P M (@Pawelmorski) June 26, 2012
England lose on penalties. For more on our culture and traditions go to visitengland.com ;)
— VisitEngland (@VisitEngland) June 24, 2012
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) June 22, 2012
I *hate* that point in a tournament when suddenly there isn’t football every day.
— P M (@Pawelmorski) June 20, 2012
— Angela Merkel (not) (@Queen_Europe) June 19, 2012
Weimar Vergleiche sollten kostenpflichtig werden.
— frankschirrmacher (@fr_schirrmacher) June 19, 2012
Im Verhältnis dazu, was ich monatlich im Fitness-Club zahle & wie viele Minuten ich da bin, müsste meine Wohnung 4 Millionen € Miete kosten.
— Marie von den Benken (@Regendelfin) June 18, 2012
Found the precious eh? RT @euHvR: We now have tools we didn’t have at the beginning. We won’t hesitate to use them
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) June 18, 2012
— Alberto Nardelli (@AlbertoNardelli) June 18, 2012
Sure, one can argue the euro was a “flawed” design. But most structures fracture when Godzilla goes psycho.
— umair haque (@umairh) June 15, 2012
Trying to figure out why we’re talking about this Dimon guy who doesn’t play for or coach Germany or Netherlands.
— Paul Kedrosky (@pkedrosky) June 13, 2012
Greece is suddenly getting Czechs from Europe they DON’T want
— Mark Dow (@mark_dow) June 12, 2012
I don’t really get markets this morning. T yields are also up. Is this the point at which we all just put our money in holes in the ground?
— Ryan Avent (@ryanavent) June 12, 2012
If US baseball can have a World Series, the Europeans can have their own global firewall.
— Alan Beattie (@alanbeattie) June 12, 2012
— Austan Goolsbee (@Austan_Goolsbee) June 10, 2012
So schmuggelt man einen Teppich, Herr Niebel! twitter.com/Freddy2805/sta…
— Freddy2805 (@Freddy2805) June 9, 2012
i just tried to think of a website i could go to for interesting science stuff and all i could think of was “the people i follow on twitter”
— ben goldacre (@bengoldacre) June 9, 2012
I knew it…. That was another example that you can’t trust Greeksin fulfulling a simple task… #football
— LAGARDE Madame Oui™ (@_Lagarde_) June 8, 2012
Of course one remembers the European Championships when they were called “World War II” #Euro2012
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) June 8, 2012
Greek team structurally adjusted to ten men. Unjustified austerity. #euro2012
— Alan Beattie (@alanbeattie) June 8, 2012
Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but here’s my number, so let’s form a currency union, maybe? #eurosongs
— Matt O’Brien (@ObsoleteDogma) June 8, 2012
— Marta G. Aller (@GarciaAller) June 8, 2012
leute die viel zeit damit verbringen, anderen leuten zu sagen, dass sie wohl zuviel zeit hätten.
— felix schwenzel (@diplix) June 7, 2012
Yeah, Merkel never makes the same mistake twice. She makes it 5 or 6 times, just to be sure.
— LAGARDE Madame Oui™ (@_Lagarde_) June 7, 2012
Rumour has it that the students at ECB today suggested unlimited SMP buying, and security had to restrain Weidmann from responding #ECB
— Owen Callan (@OwenCallan) June 6, 2012
— Peter Rudegeair (@rudegeair) June 5, 2012
Winner gets the gold medal. RT @ryanavent: It’s like the central bank failure Olympics.
— Ryan Avent (@ryanavent) June 5, 2012
Oh, some journalist has got a new job. There’s me abandoning Twitter for the day.
— Justin (@countryfeedback) June 5, 2012
1) 80% odds China avoids a hard landing 2) 60% chance of Euro-zone solution3) 70% likely US avoids fiscal cliff=>*Nothing* goes wrong =33%
— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) June 4, 2012
God created me for days like this.
— Ben Bernanke (@TheBenBernanke) June 1, 2012