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The USenate committee confidentiality proposal will be debated this Friday.  PrezBo will weigh in. The city hates your metal gates.  Except those like the ones over dorm windows. Xavier Sala-i-Martin does not have a tailor in the US.  Nor can you buy his jackets. Surprise! Cab drivers don’t care about bicyclists. More evidence in the […]

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There are tipsters, and then, readers, there are tipsters: in a brazen and heretofore unequaled act of guerilla reporting (at least around here), a student in economics prof Xavier Sala-i-Martin’s class found himself a seat in the front of the motley Catalan’s lecture hall and let the cell phone camera roll. What he captured is […]

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As if trying to singlehandedly bring prosperity to Africa, or at least co-ordinate his wardrobe of fuschia, canary yellow, and shiny neon green blazers wasn’t enough, Bwog has learned that Columbia’s own (and only) Catalan economist, Xavier Sala-i-Martin, has been serving as president of FC Barcelona, which won the 2006 UEFA Champions League cup back in […]

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