1) In the folds of his sofa (by the way, apparently the Japanese prime minister is looking for a stronger sofa according to the Japan Times. Our Man's tip: Sofas are tricky, don't buy one at IKEA unless you are 7ft tall)
2) On the back of an envelope.
3) In the sticky patch behind the fridge.
Anyway, Our Man can't pretend to understand all that Mish the Bish (is that right Dr Kildare?) says just here, but Our Man likes the sound of his retort don't believe the Monetarist mumbo-jumbo or the Keynesian Krap (Our Man may be paraphrasing a bit here) about Lessons to be Learned from Japan's lost decade(s). Could it be that this chap who knows a fair bit about finance and such actually supports the dambusters of the DPJ?
Nahh, couldn't be that someone in the DPJ knows what they are doing.
Speaking of lost decades, anyone remember this from one of Our Man's many lost years?
Card catalogues, ahh the Dewey Decimal system. That's how you find stuff.