The euphoria over the second hundred billion euro bailout of Greece is already beginning to fade as analysts pore over the numbers. It looks as if the implied write down of Greek debt is about half the size needed to restore the country to solvency. A third bailout looks inevitable.Meanwhile, Cyprus is suddenly on the eurozone crisis list. New crises continue to pop up faster than Europe can resolve the old ones.A dollar short and a day late has been Europe’s motto since this crisis began; forecast. more of the same.