MadBadDangerous (@madbaddangerous)

Melbourne, Australia

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June 2019

Lazy Sunday? How about a little story of Lord Byron’s uncle Fred?::https://t.co/yqKK9mchyK https://t.co/Pw1nJHF7pf

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Absolutely! Some great work here on Manfred. Goethe praised it. Still, I agree with J. McGann (who points out G mis… https://t.co/ZMkdfxDAsS

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PDT hates state-trading “cheats” except when CHN state-directed traders buy US farm products or when US taxpayers p… https://t.co/gKYxQONWMh

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Been hearing this SAME story for 30 years about JPN, FRA, GER… (& used to be) even parts of AU farming. Pretty sure… https://t.co/A79KXK9p9t

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Can you read the Annotated Cantos I & II on your Kindle? Yep! Email the PDF to yourself (see the special email addr… https://t.co/vAXg2htrDQ

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RT @Lingling_Wei: Trump Says He Agreed With China on Allowing Sales of U.S. Products to Huawei. @WSJ first reported the Chinese demand on H…

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It’s out! “Don Juan”, Cantos 1&2 Annotated and Narrated, Bicentennial Edition::https://t.co/wCtdhO3L9s

Laureate Ro… https://t.co/e7Z9qboR2c

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RT @GregAtkinson_jp: Let’s wait & see what actually happens: Victims of intellectual property theft will be compensated, Xi tells G20 https…

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AU officials in Osaka are playing down prospects of a Trump/Xi deal (& up TPP/RCEP). That looks right: Trump’s trad… https://t.co/QMwtDeHYpV

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RT @StomperMcEwan: I’ve spent my (very few) free minutes today admiring this: https://t.co/5UmTnVM14x
But I have to admit - this is my favo…

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Repost of “The Comet & the Bomb”, an article on the political environment surrounding the first publication of Byro… https://t.co/W1SFEfiFdX

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“Obituaries for the recently cancelled”. Someone you know, I hope. https://t.co/nKBYIkvEiH

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RT @GregAtkinson_jp: US narrative on Hormuz attacks questioned https://t.co/fnZHKv5RYU

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@AllegraByron194 @byron_society You are very welcome! I hope you enjoy the notes and the narration.

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Out today! Don Juan Cantos I & II Annotated & Narrated. Available free at https://t.co/wCtdhNM9KS.

Renowned Edinbu… https://t.co/FXhMQOZVFO

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Now available for download: Don Juan Cantos I & II, Bicentennial Edition. https://t.co/S4y1K7ud07 https://t.co/dxwTUYrlDd

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RT @ATabarrok: It’s official. I am a number. To get my “Real ID” I had to bring my passport, SSN card, Voter ID and a GMU pay stub to the D…

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A season for centennials. Here is well-deserved praise of Iris Murdoch’s great novel “The Sea, The Sea”::… https://t.co/hIMfYid6MK

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@SimonEvenett ‘s inference: things are worse than they seem. “Many G20 countries have hit each other’s commercial i… https://t.co/glUvSuLeEA

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“On Thursday, DON JUAN - sold by all booksellers.”

This Thursday (June 27, 2019), it’s free! Has illustrations, an… https://t.co/ilHuDxCnhg

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The Venetian Cantos of Don Juan (especially Cantos I & II) were Byron’s escape from the Childe’s sour travelog. He… https://t.co/12UhEOFAFe

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Seems the AU Competition regulator wants to interfere in provision of GOOG, FB services to moderate impact on “soci… https://t.co/xrfoaQ5Yfj

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@thistribe It’s a printable PDF (A4), but I have no plans to distribute paper. I expect most readers will use a tab… https://t.co/gPOp59GBrs

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Next Week - Thursday 27 June
Annotated & Narrated

CANTOS I + II of Don Juan… https://t.co/6BGYS8VYlh

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@bernardstacey @EPatersonMorgan Parturient is good. “Intumescent” is closer to “miscenegnation” but the “p” is sile… https://t.co/tpXXS4O5Z4

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byron_society New Blog today - we interview @Meganmfranks about her new book, a fiction based on .
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Cantos I & II of Don Juan are each about 14k words. I’m trying to make 140-word summaries. Surprisingly difficult w… https://t.co/KRKpXAqKir

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@snlester @inumanak @dikenson No, really! I’m happy for you. Great days! Remember when there was nothing to do but… https://t.co/Z7queGWR4s

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@EPatersonMorgan His beard shows talent, sure. But his suit shows excellent taste.

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RT @byron_society: In ‘Comic Method in Byron’s Don Juan’ @madbaddangerous explores Byron’s comic realism, developing on the work of #Virgin…

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RT @JPTrachtman: Congratulations on this very important book. @ChadBown may, IMHO, have an excessively aggressive headline to the effect t…

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Here’s some ‘sausage factory’ stuff about the challenge of publishing poetry. You don’t need to know any of this to… https://t.co/KfZqTILyCt

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Beautiful Byron collection of the @Bryon_Society’s director: selected poems has clearly had a work-out. (Also, what… https://t.co/uu9B9xfJWg

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RT @holland_tom: The Maharajah of Porbander, who captained India on their first tour of England in 1932, was apparently the only first-clas…

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… As to *why* I share Professor Bone’s view that Byron should be read ‘out loud’, I’ve explained here (… https://t.co/q7IXMwrWar

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“So while you might contribute more to the world by continuing to range widely, you often succeed more personally b… https://t.co/X3V8iA87Zk

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“I’m always prepared to read Byron. I do think you have to hear Byron…For modern readers who just simply read Byron… https://t.co/eOSt4FJmgp

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In a couple of weeks I’ll be publishing my Annotated Cantos I + II to celebrate the 200th anniversary of their firs… https://t.co/xu8IvuR7ii

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To celebrate the bicentenary of the first publication of Byron’s “Don Juan” on 15 July 1819, I’ll be releasing an a… https://t.co/CyGHb54AXE

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“Huawei cancels MateBook laptop launch…” US prices for Apple gear will rise, both b/c of import tariffs & reduced… https://t.co/08VhyIvXDZ

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Fascinating narrative: one view of US foreign relations in the post-colonial era (El Moudjahid was dreadful even in… https://t.co/UVLmLGWxYa

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RT @SimonEvenett: Shocked by tariff increases last year and this? How many trade distortions since 2008 affected more than $10bn of goods t…

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On the significance of Orwell’s “1984” for people in CHN. Recommended::https://t.co/na2ZrLSnH7 https://t.co/wPBveQq1LR

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@D_A_Irwin reviews research on (trade) “openness” and economic growth. It’s an old chestnut: the evidence has often… https://t.co/PIYdaEr0gI

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One more defect of Mr Trump’s useless trade war. The USA now has less room, fewer options (and fewer allies?) for… https://t.co/BmGljIlHSt

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RT @Noahpinion: 1. China stopped being poor

2. America did stupid stuff like invading Iraq

That was really all it took… https://t.co/K9…

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RT @ozprodcom: The #WorldTradingSystem is facing some of its biggest challenges since the 1930’s. Our Trade & Assistance Review 2017-18 out…

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“The current trade war with China is unavoidable…There are too many cases of unfair trading by China, of Chinese… https://t.co/FjnsVkqt0V

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RT @manyapan: This was one of the most interesting Weibo threads I’ve come across in a while. Thousands of comments, discussing the status…

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RT @Wordsworthians: Fascinating article on Byron’s famous ‘Albanian dress’ https://t.co/yHvmYGGK9O

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RT @WhatsOnWeibo: A recent popular post on Weibo suggests that intellectual discussions are dying on Weibo and that Chinese web users can n…

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kidehen @davewiner Screenshot with Bill Atkinson quote sums it all up :)

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@samirvarma @Stanford Just in time for the anniversary of Orwell’s 1984: a history/testimony editor. Hooray?

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@tylercowen is right to say we trust big companies more than we might admit. Here’s one reason: when they stuff-up… https://t.co/UpuCVsOwft

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@SimonEvenett @HowardJShatz @BaldwinRE @gtalert @D_A_Irwin +1 on Hudec. With the late J M Finger one of the Holy Tr… https://t.co/ceZQfouzGY

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Nothing to see here: four well-dressed rich people trying to look pleasant (and not at the track!). Despite the clu… https://t.co/Iy2cKCtDxZ

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@snlester Should we be happy that USA growth has ‘dodged a bullet’ or worried that Mr Trump has put it back in his belt?

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Unreliable, sure. But it seems to me the ‘body language’ says quite a lot here (at last week’s StPeterburg’s-Not-Da… https://t.co/goAFla1Mb2

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“Microsoft pulls open facial recognition dataset after @FT investigation” Images of faces taken in public or from p… https://t.co/SZbFI3zP1s

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“In the last five years… the average number of persons in custody [in AU] has increased by 30% (10,074 persons).” https://t.co/iTE0y2wyd9

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Did Japan and India just launch a counter to China’s Belt and Road? https://t.co/WlmsucoqBk

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@snlester Well reasoned & several good recommendations. I see the “China periphery” strategic issues differently. I… https://t.co/U6WprB4fik

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George Gilder’s claims on Huawei. The only evidence we’ve seen is the company’s/Ren’s history, behavior. It suggest… https://t.co/slSyA6z4Y2

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Is “Byron” — the voice of the poet in Lord Byron’s “Don Juan” — one of the greatest comic personalities in English… https://t.co/Ga5gBphI2q

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RT @manyapan: Different from other years on this #Tiananmen30 June 4, is that Chinese state media is actually mentioning #Tiananmen on onli…

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RT @insteconomics: Australia’s alliance relationship with the US spares us from aluminium tariffs yet again. Such tariffs would be very muc…

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“Why are the Prices so Damned HIgh?… Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Baumol Effect”. Nice explanat… https://t.co/yObPDRcFZy

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Errol, Errol… THIS is why you never work with animals or small children (or pretend to smoke a pipe without light… https://t.co/Zwugas4VAt

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