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Tag Archives: sport
It hath been decreed that the biggest football tournaments must be accompanied by a psychic animal – be it octopus, fish or pig. Someone really ought to start to blog about football and behavioural economics, because this popular sport of … Continue reading
Regular readers of this blog may have picked up on hints that I’m not a very sporty person. I don’t even really like watching sport. Sometimes when the sports news comes on, I switch channels and watch adverts until it’s … Continue reading