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Dodd-Frank was a colossal act of misdirection of the public’s attention, an impenetrable smokescreen of legal blather in the service of racketeering.
For Wall Street, Dodd-Frank aggravated the conditions that allow stock indexes to only move in one direction, up, for nine years.
Neither of those wishful notions is supported by reality.
Both of them will soon yield to the fundamental crisis of capital scarcity.
The same over-investments in complexity have produced the racketeering colossus of so-called health care (formerly “medicine”), in case you’re wondering why the waiting room of your doctor’s office now looks exactly like the motor vehicle bureau.
Meanwhile, it’s safe to say that the citizens of this land have never been so uniformly unhealthy, even as they’re being swindled and blackmailed by their “providers.” The eventual result will be a chaotic process of simplification, as giant hospital corporations, insurance companies, and overgrown doctors’ practices collapse, and the braver practitioners coalesce into something resembling Third World clinics.
Season 2 continues ’s best quality: Its laser-focused themed episodes.
They represent an infection in the critical operations of daily life, like a metabolic disease, driving us into disorder and failure.
Both decide the answer to that question is a resounding no, and break up.
Rachel responds to the split by dying her hair red and moving to Japan, while Dev (Ansari) packs his bags and heads to Italy to learn pasta making.
Where season 1 gave fans mediations on Hollywood’s inherent racism and the sexism all around us, season 2 offers an all black-and-white episode and one all about growing up in a religious household, but not is leaning so hard into Dev’s new locale, at least half, if not more, of the episode is in Italian.
It’s done so seamlessly, I’m only now noticing how many subtitles I read during “The Thief.” However, I don’t mind because I’m going Italy next week and haven’t done a bit of studying. Our first look at Dev shows he’s literally surrounded himself in culture.And they are so omnipresent that we’ve failed to even notice the growing failure all around us.