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main1event
23rd October 2008, 17:44
Pure Scum.

No Mr Nadler the lessons in this are not to trust your government when they print paper like its no tomorrow. If those people had any gold, they could move out of dodge, they wouldnt need to barter. Heres and idea though, we could send you there to go looking for those with any gold. Of course it would be a one way trip.

There are lessons in this, for all of us. The sooner we recognize them, the better. By the way, where are the Zimbabwe residents who are bartering small gold coins among themselves for that last drop of water or morsel of bread? Which newsletter writer is brave enough to step forward and propose that the next stop for the rest of the world is the state of affairs we now see in Zimbabwe? Let's hear it. Louder, please.

The $700 level did not offer much opposition, but a rally from current levels is very much overdue. Alas, the Liquid - ation. Capping the morning's news, reports of a 50% drop in Indian festive season gold sales. Someone had wondered what rising premia would do to gold sales in India and expected a mega-surge. Say no more. Know what I mean? Say no more. Topper of the day? Greenspan's admission that there was a multi-trillion dollar fly in his economic model ointment. Oops. Say no more.

Hasta Manana, (There are lessons in this, for all of us. The sooner we recognize them, the better. By the way, where are the Zimbabwe residents who are bartering small gold coins among themselves for that last drop of water or morsel of bread? Which newsletter writer is brave enough to step forward and propose that the next stop for the rest of the world is the state of affairs we now see in Zimbabwe? Let's hear it. Louder, please.

The $700 level did not offer much opposition, but a rally from current levels is very much overdue. Alas, the Liquid - ation. Capping the morning's news, reports of a 50% drop in Indian festive season gold sales. Someone had wondered what rising premia would do to gold sales in India and expected a mega-surge. Say no more. Know what I mean? Say no more. Topper of the day? Greenspan's admission that there was a multi-trillion dollar fly in his economic model ointment. Oops. Say no more.

Hasta Manana,)

skijake
23rd October 2008, 18:01
Pure Scum.

No Mr Nadler the lessons in this are not to trust your government when they print paper like its no tomorrow. If those people had any gold, they could move out of dodge, they wouldnt need to barter. Heres and idea though, we could send you there to go looking for those with any gold. Of course it would be a one way trip.

There are lessons in this, for all of us. The sooner we recognize them, the better. By the way, where are the Zimbabwe residents who are bartering small gold coins among themselves for that last drop of water or morsel of bread? Which newsletter writer is brave enough to step forward and propose that the next stop for the rest of the world is the state of affairs we now see in Zimbabwe? Let's hear it. Louder, please.

The $700 level did not offer much opposition, but a rally from current levels is very much overdue. Alas, the Liquid - ation. Capping the morning's news, reports of a 50% drop in Indian festive season gold sales. Someone had wondered what rising premia would do to gold sales in India and expected a mega-surge. Say no more. Know what I mean? Say no more. Topper of the day? Greenspan's admission that there was a multi-trillion dollar fly in his economic model ointment. Oops. Say no more.

Hasta Manana, (There are lessons in this, for all of us. The sooner we recognize them, the better. By the way, where are the Zimbabwe residents who are bartering small gold coins among themselves for that last drop of water or morsel of bread? Which newsletter writer is brave enough to step forward and propose that the next stop for the rest of the world is the state of affairs we now see in Zimbabwe? Let's hear it. Louder, please.

The $700 level did not offer much opposition, but a rally from current levels is very much overdue. Alas, the Liquid - ation. Capping the morning's news, reports of a 50% drop in Indian festive season gold sales. Someone had wondered what rising premia would do to gold sales in India and expected a mega-surge. Say no more. Know what I mean? Say no more. Topper of the day? Greenspan's admission that there was a multi-trillion dollar fly in his economic model ointment. Oops. Say no more.

Hasta Manana,)

Why do these idiots pose such stupid questions? Here's a hypothetical question for you Mr. Nadler. Your on a tour of inner city poverty flying with other like minded types in tow. Your helicopter has to ditch but you survive. The natives gather and are restless. Your choices are -------- AHHH, never mind I don't care anyway. :p