"Freakonomics" as written by and Neil Fallon Dan Maines....
What kind of ugly are they talking about?
It's just straight up cold evil.
What kind of nonsense are they going on about?
Do they suffer from the fever?
Nothing's gonna satisfy them
Till it all goes Chernobyl
No, nothing's ever really gonna satisfy them
Until the virus goes mobile.

If you didn't then well now you know
Outside is an army of antlers
I hate to say it but I told you so
Only the freaks have all the answers.

Red threat! Helicopters! Super-Mind-Control!
Stockholm Syndrome! Love your captors!
Uranium! Super-Mind-Control.
It's gonna rain, rain down in buckets.
Watch it happen, a natural fact.
They're gonna lose and their not gonna like it.
Watch it happen. Supernatural act.

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"Freakonomics" as written by Jean-paul Gaster Dan Maines


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    General CommentFreakonomics is a reasonably famous book about applying economic theories to explain unusual situations, in which it can explain some otherwise baffling results. Maybe an allusion to the GFC, saying how only the freaks have all the answers, but 'they're gonna lose and they're not gonna like it, watch it happen, supernatural act.' I'm sure thinking about it more might get you somewhere a bit more concrete, this is as far as i've gotten.
    lookingfordolvingon February 14, 2010   Link

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