Brought to you this one day only in true order of importance
Despite Economy Tackle and Fishing License Sales Holding Steady [Angling Trade Magazine] – When the going gets tough, the tough go fishing. Just like Lefty Kreh said they would.
It’s an L.L. Bean gear review long weekend [Up'North Maine Fly Castings] – You could be boozing and barbecuing, but if you’re reading this you’ll probably wind up hitting at least 762 boats with your backcast this weekend. Relieve a bit of the crowd stress by wishing you had some of this gear: a Double L. Rod and Reel, and/or a bug resistant shirt.
Got Ideas? Tech Companies Crowdsource Creativity With Contests [GigaOm] – Whether it’s clever advertising ideas or downright brilliant new business propositions, there’s money involved. And in some cases, big money.
Latest Thing To Blame On Google? Koi Thieves [Techdirt] – You can blame Google’s satellite imagery now, and you’ll probably blame Craigslist next. But these guys are the real culprits.
Auditing the Fed will Audit the State [Mises Daily] – If Ron Paul gets his way, a lot of dark and dirty secrets will come bubbling to the surface. In other words, Ron Paul probably isn’t going to get his way (and you’ll continue being royally screwed).
Starve the Beast [The Market Ticker] – There isn’t much you can do about the 98% tax bracket headed your way, but with consumer spending accounting for 70% of GDP, going on a buying strike would certainly get someone’s attention.
MG signing off (not really)