Some may feel that a post on economics might be in order. Perhaps a comment or two on the “Positive Money” proposal that has recently been explained in plain language? But it’s hard to care about economics some days. So instead I migrated to YouTube and began listening to Peter & Kerry who, according to the Guardian (here), is the band “least likely to split an infinitive”. That seems pretext enough for featuring them in a post.
There are nice poppy versions of “I Don’t Know” posted on YouTube, but I am especially taken with this slower, stripped-down acoustic performance. (The song is followed by a short interview.)
The Guardian also suggests that Peter & Kerry are the band “most likely to split for the suburbs”. On hearing the lyrics of “Split for the City”, I don’t know why they would want to do that. But they do seem to sing a lot about marriage and the suburbs, so the Guardian might be a more reliable source in this instance than when it spouts mostly neo-liberal nonsense on macroeconomic issues.
Some may consider it a stretch to place this post on an economics blog. I beg to differ. Plus, it saves having to write about economics.
And one more thing: