Round 2 of the Hayek vs. Keynes rap battle ("Fear the Boom and Bust") is finally here, thanks to John Papola and Russ Roberts!
I'm ready for the album. This is genius.
Me too! I just left a big thumbs-up comment on John Papola's facebook (the co-creator of the video) who I had the pleasure of meeting at the Mises Insitute's 2010 Austrian Scholars Conference. My favorite line is definitely Hayek saying "The economy is us, we don't need a mechanic - put away the wrenches, the economy is organic!"
Jeff, did you ever hear this 'End the Fed' song my uncle James Cobb wrote? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWNnCMkw7iY
You have to comment on other blogs, accept comments on your blog and reply to the comments. It's a conversation, not one-way publication. moulin a vendre
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A lot of people think that rap is a natural talent; a mystery that cannot be taught. This is not true. While many people have a strong sense of rhythm and timing and others are good with words, these are skills that can be worked on and developed. Even freestyling can be gradually developed; though this is something that people often have a predisposition to. Like with everything in life, like muay thai in Thailand and boxing, with knowledge and practice you can develop and improve. Nobody tries to learn the piano without knowledge and practice; why would rap be any different.