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Monday, November 28, 2011

Pithy Analysis From The NY Times

The world is holding its collective breath, wondering what is going to happen in Europe, what with its currency collapsing and more and more of its member states teetering on the brink of financial annihilation.

Well, the New York Times, always on the cutting edge of rational thought, has the answer to that question:

Two main options exist: either the euro zone splits apart or it binds closer together.

Either it will or it won't.

Gosh.  Ya think?