"Geithner says the details are on the way."
Anytime this century is fine, Mr Geithner. Just let me set my bones down in my rockin chair and pick away at my banjo. Just a happy and a rockin and a strummin with all the time in the world to wait.
She'll be comin round the mountain....
John Batchelor's Plain Speaking 1933, Babble 2009 has more on the G20 pre-summit meeting this weekend in England. John reports that the meeting highlights are "Blame-shifting, Selfishness, Anti-Americanism and Defeat."
They're piling on the U.S.; even Canada joined in.
The old TIME magazine cover featuring a painting of Stalin, which John dug up for one of the accompanying illustrations to his post, made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
As John noted, today's crop of devils are sensing disarray in the leading nations' responses to the global econonimic crisis.
Here's the schedule for both parts of John's show tomorrow night. The economic/financial crises, including G20 issues, will take up much of the night, but I note his 9:55 PM ET interview with Gordon Chang about North Korea.
Dymphna asked me the other day about the podcasts and online streaming relating to John's show. I answered her questions in my comment section but here is the handy tab that RBO created, which has links to the online versions of the Batchelor radio show, the times of the (two-part) show, and the podcasts for the first portion of the show. The latter is available at John's website within a few hours of the broadcast.
Check out the KFI website for the podcast to the second portion of the show, which broadcasts out of Los Angeles; it's available the day after the show.