Sunday, March 07, 2010


In Iceland. The tiny Atlantic nation has rejected the original bailout plan offered to them by the UK and the Netherlands. They did so in a manner that is statistically improbable. The tally as of writing was 93% against, 2% for and 5% spoiled ballots. Unlike a drowning shipwreck victim refusing a life-jacket, Iceland is expected to actually be better off for telling the Europeans off.

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