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Monday, April 24, 2006

We'll Be Watching You

Check this out: "Every Breath You Take," by Dean Glenn Hubbard. It's worth it (music video about Bernanke to the tune of "Every Breath You Take" - wmv file). Update: iTunes link (mp4). Update: Source - Columbia Business School Follies - files may have moved to this location.

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