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  • quailrunrd quailrunrd Apr 1, 2014 12:48 AM Flag

    Does anyone remember Shirley Temple?

    Richard Russell, stock market guru, remembers her:

    "Although markets appear stable, experts list seven things that could go wrong:
    the first is that payrolls could slip, the Crimean situation could unravel,
    China could slow down, the US dollar index could fall to 78 or lower, inflation
    could heat up, and gold and silver could start to surge. Lastly, interest rates
    could suddenly rise, as they levitate to protect the dollar. I continue to
    advise a position in physical silver and gold as the best and sanest stance in
    today's nervous and erratic markets.

    Shirley Temple Black died two weeks ago. Shirley was the single brightest thing
    in the Great Depression, and her movies were national and international
    sensations. Every little girl in the world, during the Great Depression, wanted
    to be Shirley Temple. I remember eagerly awaiting each of her new movies.
    Shirley made seven movies in one year.

    When she grew older, as a teenager, her popularity declined. It was taken over
    by Judy Garland and Deanna Durbin. Shirley provided some light-heartedness
    during the Great Depression, and she nearly eclipsed FDR. We have nothing today
    that compares in popularity with Shirley Temple. Whereas Shirley represented
    sweetness and innocence, the kids of today seem to represent violence,
    sensuality and revolution. Hopefully we will never see another Great
    Depression.” - - King World News

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