Sunday, February 13, 2011

Nogistics (Musical Tribute)

MaxedOutMama is attempting to make my "nogic" something more than just a jumble of word verification letters. Who am I to argue?

Everyone already knows that nogic and nogistics make the world work better.



When the wind fuels our cars
Because it's cheaper than tar
That's nogistics


When we subsidize corn
So we aren't so forlorn
That's nogistics


A continuous debt
It's a safe long-term bet
That's nogistics


Carbon footprint reduced
By importing more juice
That's nogistics


With new ways to consume
There'll be less doom and gloom
That's nogistics


When it's clear Al Gore knows
Right where all the warmth goes
That's nogistics


Krugman praises QE,
"Inflation is free,
there's no fee,
can't you see?"
That's nogistics


There will be no more stress
Because we borrowed the rest
That's nogistics

4 comments:

getyourselfconnected said...

LOVE IT!

Who Struck John said...

OMG!

Teri said...

We just need to spread the word - nogistics is the word we've been waiting for!

Stagflationary Mark said...

Teri,

We just need to spread the word...

The world needs nogistics logistics!

Perhaps a Nobel Prize winning economist could create an opinion column in a major New York newspaper?

I'm not talking about those Nobel Prize winning economists at Long-Term Capital Management though. We don't need that level of genius to get the word out.

Future Nobel Prize Laureates Myron Scholes (left) and Robert C. Merton added a veneer of genius to the roster at LTCM.

I'm thinking that maybe an Enron level genius would be better.

The retreat of business bureaucracy in the face of the market was brought home to me recently when I joined the advisory board at Enron--a company formed in the '80s by the merger of two pipeline operators.