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Steve Keen Hides His Shame

Steve Keen’s design for a t-shirt to wear on the march of his housing doomsday cult to the top of Mount Kosciuszko looks like a CAPTCHA challenge-response test:


As Chris Joye notes, the proposed design ‘directly dishonours the agreement he struck with Macquarie Bank’s Rory Robertson’ to wear a t-shirt that read ‘I was hopelessly wrong on house prices.  Ask me how’.

posted on 13 March 2010 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets, House Prices

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We all make mistakes Stephen, but some are foolish enough to make silly public bets.

Lets just say that if Chris Joye were to lose such a bet, I very much doubt he would take it with such good grace and humour.  He’s not exactly been humble in victory.

Besides, with the financial crisis morphing into a sovereign debt crisis, it ain’t over yet.

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