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  • i_agentbit_2012 i_agentbit_2012 Feb 13, 2013 8:19 PM Flag

    I pray daylee fa THE ARMMAGGEDDION.... ;-) ...AMEN... ;-)

     

    2012 wassa reel dissappoint... ;-) ... But I pray dayllee dat 2013 will b de yr ova THE ARMMAGGEDDION... ;-) ... AMEN... ;-) ... I pray daylee fa THE ARMMAGGEDDION... ;-) ...AMEN... ;-)

    GJA ... ;-) ... and hypocrites everywhere... ;-)

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    • Not praying for a total world financial collapse, but it's coming. Even a blind man like you can see it. Never in world history has the printing of money gotten any country out of financial trouble. In fact, it accelerates the trouble. The printing of money creates massive amounts of inflation such as food costs, healthcare, etc. and has no benefit other than to create financial bubbles because of the liquidity it creates. Meanwhile, labor rates (salaries) can't keep pace with the inflation. Net/net, the result is a major decrease in the standard of living to a society. Pretty soon at this pace, a loaf of good quality bread will cost $10. Ridiculous. Why do you think the Dems want to raise the minimum wage to $9/hour? The answer, the Fed (Bernanke) has gone absolutely mad and is creating a severe amount of inflation.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Did you flunk out of the english as a second language course?

    • chiamenu@sbcglobal.net chiamenu Feb 13, 2013 9:02 PM Flag

      You promised us death. What happened beethoven? I am sorely let down.

 
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