Hangover

クルーグマンのブログより:
There’s an old joke that Jacob Frenkel, formerly of Chicago and then the Bank of Israel, used to tell to illustrate the fallacy of thinking that you always have to do the opposite of what caused the initial problem. A driver runs over a pedestrian; he looks back, realizes what he’s done. “I’m so sorry,” he says. “Let me fix the damage.” So he backs up, running over the pedestrian a second time.

二日酔いの朝には迎え酒が効くと言うのと似てますね。ちょっと違うような気もしますが。
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by stupid-market | 2008-03-04 11:17 | Monetary Policy
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