What’s hot on the hip hop music playlist for DEMAGAGA.com this past week.Read More Hip Hop Now Playing on DEMAGAGA.com
Join us over at Demagaga (the new, self-hosted .com address!). Hopefully traffic from this site will be redirected shortly, but in the meantime please feel free to come over to the new spot. We’re more than thrilled to have you there! Thank you for your support!Read More Demagaga.com Official Launch!
I stumbled upon this blog Kuriositas which was featuring a great article about Mangyongdae fun fair in North Korea, one of the last amusement parks in North Korea. Needless to say, like most things in North Korea, Mangyongdae fun fair is a horrible place to have to visit even if it is the only one […]Read More The Mangyongdae Funfair in North Korea: Even Amusement Parks Become Instruments of State Terror in North Korea.
Embattled Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s call for a referendum on the proposed Greek bailout package has sent his government teetering on the brink of collapse and left the global financial markets roiling in its wake. Indeed, it has almost become farcical that a nation, incapable of repaying its debts, is now holding the eurozone […]Read More Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s Call for a Referendum Plunges Greek Government, Markets Into Chaos.
“Developed by the American logician R. Montague (1930-1970). Formal semantic description of meaning in natural language, drawing on concepts of formal and modal logic, as a principled basis for syntax. It has influenced both Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical-Functional Grammar.” R. Montague, Formal Philosophy, R H Thomason, ed. and introd. (New Haven, 1974).Read More Montague Grammar.
The bankruptcy of MF Global is revealing some interesting stories surrounding the collapse, namely, that the firm is guilty of using its clients’ money to finance its own trades, a big no-no according to the SEC. MF Global, the securities firm under the direction of former New Jersey Governor and Goldman Sachs executive Jon Corzine, […]Read More Millions Missing from MF Global Clients’ Money.
After being saved with an infusion of Chinese cash, Swedish car brand Saab will now be able to move on as an automotive concern and the first order of business is obviously new product. In a presentation given to the Swedish National Debt Office, Saab allegedly unveiled sketch designs of the new 9-3 model. Swedish […]Read More Saab Has Been Saved, Now for the New 9-3?
Even as French President Nicolas Sarkozy advocated for an expansion of the European Financial Stability Facility to allow for the inclusion of sovereign wealth funds, he was getting the cold shoulder from Beijing which warned it could not play as large a role in the solution of the eurozone crisis like many had hoped. Klaus […]Read More The People’s Republic of China Cannot Bail Out the Eurozone.
The Big Three American car manufacturers reported October sales today, with Chrysler and Ford reporting gains while GM remained flat. Chrysler showed a 27% increase in sales over October of last year, likely owing to the relaunched Chrysler 300 full size sedan and Jeep Grand Cherokee. Hyundai also reported 20 something percent sales increases for […]Read More Chrysler Sales Up 27%.
Spoilers ahead. From the ominous opening music and accompanying shots of Shane shaving his head frantically while a steaming shower fills up the bathroom to the episode’s ending explanation of said frenzy, episode 3 “Save the Last One” is filled to the brim with drama and tension. It is one of the better episodes of […]Read More The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 3 – ‘Save the Last One’ Review and Synopsis