Tag Archives: Colombia

Plastic Surgery Statistics

While browsing charts and graphs about property bubbles and purchasing power parity, I came across this chart in The Economist which shows how much plastic surgery is performed in the following countries. There is a lot to be said about … Continue reading

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You are poor? We can make you lazy as well!

Medellin is the second largest city in Colombia and was the most violent city in the world in the 1980s and early 1990s, mainly fuelled by drug-related violence. It still isn’t much better now. In 2009, an average of 9 … Continue reading

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