HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO THINKMARKETS!

November 11, 2009

by Mario Rizzo

Our first post was on November 11, 2008.  We are one year old and going strong.

My motivation in founding ThinkMarkets was to address the issues regarding the financial crisis and subsequent recession. We have had many posts on many topics since that day.

Thanks go to all of our contributors as well as to those who have made comments on the posts. We are on our way to saving the world.

8 Responses to “HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO THINKMARKETS!”

  1. Sandy Ikeda Says:

    I didn’t realize that we began this blog on the 11th day of the 11th month — Armistice Day! (Now corrupted into “veteran’s day.”)


  2. Congratulations to Mario for all his hard work.

  3. chidemkurdas Says:

    Great work, Mario. We should get a birthday cake or, along the lines Adam suggested, Austrian libations.

  4. Bob D Says:

    Congratulations to Think Markets on it’s 1st Birthday. Let’s also thank the Vets for their service which enables us to freely discuss the topics of the day.

  5. Mario Rizzo Says:

    I was not aware that Iraq (in either war) posed a threat to our freedom of speech. Or for that matter did North Vietnam or North Korea.

  6. Andreas Hoffmann Says:

    Why was my post deleted?
    (Just kidding)

    Congrats, Mario!


  7. keep up the good work, this is s great blog!

  8. Bob D Says:

    I could make an argument that if Communism or other forms of totalitarianism were left unchecked and by force enslaved a large portion of the world their subjects would not be free to speak! Mises and Hayek fled Europe because of free speech problems presented by Hitler’s Germany. The break up of the USSR due to pressure by the NATO enabled free speech in countries concerned. I invite you to set up a blog promoting Libertarian values in China. I doubt it would last very long. I was just trying to give thanks to the men and women who served in the Military. Although it has exposed the achilles heel of Libertarism


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