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The more 'scientific' economics becomes...

Posted by: Frenchy on October 21, 1999 at 12:06:31:

In Reply to: Frenchy and Doc's Hat Hair Formula posted by Quincunx on October 21, 1999 at 00:49:41:

The more likely you are to live in a dictatorship.

Qx, your exactly the sort of chap who would willingly order city dwellers out to the hinterlands to make your economics work, thereby disproving we 'pre-scientifics'.

By the way, Qx, what's your blue-collar background?

PS. I keep asking this question of those who claim, insist, shout, that they are solely interested in the common man.
But none of these worthies has yet to divulge what his connection is to the trades. Is it possible that you are all academics who face no greater threats in your lives than paper cuts? I'm interested, merely curious. I am not creating a file. My background is in the electrical trade. Aircraft Electrician, Plant Maintenance Electrician, Ground Support Equipment Electrician. I've also done stints as Naval Reserve Flight Engineer on P3's, elevator mechanic, and operations analysis for the Navy's A-6E Intruder and EA-6B Prowler aircraft. Oh, and of course 2 hitches in Uncle Sam's Canoe Club.
C'mon, spill the beans guys. Do you have any actual work experience or are you the guys in the Ivory towers?
Is asking this sort of question considered gauche by the intellectuals amongst us?

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