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  • steind76 steind76 Dec 12, 2013 11:42 AM Flag

    best thing about ongoing crash in gold and silver......

     

    ...it that it finally will silence every babbling goldbug nutjob out there who has been wrongly preaching the virtues of the dead golds and silvers over the past three years lol

    every family has one....an old uncle or old grandpa or old daddy who babbles endlessly at every family gathering...thanksgiving, Xmas, Easter, etc.....and lectures his poor suffering family about the virtues of gold and silver...and we all have to suffer these old babbling drooling fools time and time again, at every family gathering, who imagine they are so well educated ( they are not!), who imagine they are great investors (they are not!) and who imagine the dead golds and silvers have any vestiges of value today (they obviously do not!).....

    thank god that at long last the old goldbugs will be silenced, and they can hang their heads deservedly, for all the wrong way advice they've handed former friends and family...... and shut up for once in their ignorant lives, and leave their family to eat in peace and quiet lol

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    • Preach on, but you are right on. Take the high road though, and don't bring it up. Just enjoy the silence. I just want those A#$holes who were calling for gold to the moon to be put on a show with the A$%holes who said you need to 'stretch to buy a house over your means cuz real estate always goes up" (that freaky Kenny G looking b#$stard who used to show up on Fox on Sat mornings) and have them all explain themselves and just ADMIT they were wrong.

 
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