People arrested as part of the DOJ's crackdown on "criminal" US banks: 0 People arrested as part of the DOJ's crackdown on FIFA: 14
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) May 28, 2015
Really, if the DoJ manage to nail corruption inside Fifa I think we should all start calling football "soccer" in tribute. #FIFAarrests
— Alan Beattie (@alanbeattie) May 27, 2015
I, for one, am shocked a secretive Swiss organization that controls vast flows of money with no oversight could be implicated in corruption.
— Matthew Campbell (@MattCampbel) May 27, 2015
Actually, not repaying the IMF has serious consequences, unlike some news stories that you hear these days.
— barnejek (@barnejek) May 26, 2015
The popular obsession with John Nash's mental health issues is very annoying…
— Noah Smith (@Noahpinion) May 26, 2015
— Erin Ruberry (@erinruberry) May 25, 2015
"The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is, not to be skillfully attacked, but to be ineptly defended." -Frederic Bastiat
— Tail Feathers (@mizze43) May 24, 2015
"Regarded as a means, the businessman is tolerable; as an end he is not so satisfactory" — J.M. Keynes
— TheBrowser (@TheBrowser) May 24, 2015
Als in Belgien, Spanien und Holland die Homoehe eingeführt wurde, gab es nicht so ne krasse Live-Sondersendung im Ersten. #ESC2015
— Friedemann Weise (@FriedemannWeise) May 23, 2015
Yes vote, Eurovision is on, Actual rainbow over Cork, This is now officially the gayest day in Irish history pic.twitter.com/wVtnEfWvTU
— Gav (@miracleofsound) May 23, 2015
"Never try to discourage thinking, for you are sure to succeed" — Bertrand Russell
— TheBrowser (@TheBrowser) May 21, 2015
Can't believe anyone would suggest the $500,000/speech paid to the Clintons is for anything other than the life-changing wisdom they offer.
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) May 17, 2015
I think it's brilliant how the Clintons have given people who want to curry favor SO MANY different ways to pay them. Customer centricity!
— Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) May 16, 2015
We're obsessed with defining ourselves. But growth is not letting anyone define you. Including (especially) you.
— umair (@umairh) May 13, 2015
1. The NSA in your software. 2. The NSA in your hardware. 3. The NSA is your software. You're its hardware.
— Nein. (@NeinQuarterly) May 12, 2015
Someone said that Farage has put the hyphen back in resign.
— Steven Erlanger (@StevenErlanger) May 11, 2015
10/So I think fear of nudges is misplaced. If you want to be afraid of behavioral econ, be afraid of *marketing*.
— Noah Smith (@Noahpinion) May 10, 2015
LIES TOLD OVER TEXT BY FREQUENCY: 4. Haha 3. On my way 2. Just saw this sorry 1. No problem!
— PJ Vogt (@PJVogt) May 9, 2015
This UK election thing is awesome. Wonder if the Queen manages to hang onto power.
— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) May 8, 2015
5. Liberal politicians don't understand their job isn't pandering to people. It's leading them. Until they get it, they'll keep losing.
— umair (@umairh) May 8, 2015
No Mr Bund, I expect you to die* *and take the rest of the bond market with you
— Lady FOHF (@LadyFOHF) May 7, 2015
Europe. A Greek start-up bought by Germany. Then sold to Google.
— Nein. (@NeinQuarterly) May 6, 2015
"I had the weirdest dream last night. There was this huge stone…" pic.twitter.com/ZwT1KragFv
— Robert Hutton (@RobDotHutton) May 3, 2015
— StephanEwald (@StephanEwald) May 3, 2015
No Floyd you have it backwards, you're supposed to hug women and hit your opponent.
— Matt Koff (@mattkoff) May 3, 2015