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  • kored35 kored35 Feb 10, 2011 11:26 AM Flag

    *Unadjusted First Time Claims Eye Opener >>

    ge is in big troubleas soon as the spigot stops and it stops June 1 or before !

    check this out on first time claim pumping by wall st crooks !!!
    remember many of these people are amex cardholders with great credit now but just lost their jobs !

    With all the huge pumping and headlines on the big drop in first time claims....
    WHY DON'T THEY REPORT **ACTUAL** UNADJUSTED NUMBERS ???????
    ALWAYS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED.....
    HERE IS THE ***REAL*** NUMBER OF PEOPLE LAYED OFF UNADJUSTED RIGHT FROM THE DEPT OF LABOR ! (YOU WON"T SEE THIS IN ANY AP HEADLINE GOOGLE FIRST TIME CLAIMS UNADJUSTED)

    UNADJUSTED DATA

    The advance number of actual initial claims under state programs, unadjusted, totaled 438,548 in the week ending Feb. 5, a decrease of 25,928 from the previous week. There were 507,634 initial claims in the comparable week in 2010. "

    Remember so many layed off that the number left working is shrinking so 438,548 is staggering if you multiply this by 4 you get 1.7 mil
    no way are 1.2 million people goingn to get a job in the next month so we will continue to lose jobs do you agree ?
    BOOYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    PS:
    did you see AKAMAI THIS AM ??
    AND CISCO ?

    AND CSC CONSULTING SAID THAT GOV CONTRACTS COLLAPSED LAST QUARTER !

    NO wonder the CFO of wells fargo was freaked out and left !
    all of these banks insolvent and the money being pumnped to them is goign to dry up in weeks thanks to the republicans lol !!!!!!!!!!!!
    Wait till you see retail sales next month they can;t lie anymore about it !
    BOOYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

 
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