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best bellyup ta the bucketshop discount window right quick and whip outcher dong

 

these quality limited-ithue common stocks won't last long at these bargain basement prices

 

git in now HURRY

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The system is so corrupt, it's unbelievable. The sense of entitlement in DC & NYC defies the mind.

 

Rome all over again IMO... but who might the Barbarians be this time?

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jickiss is back!

 

 

 

jickiss is back!

 

 

and

 

pls note that the Secret jickiss doolar-Gold Indicator now Confirms, beyond any doubt, that a great Disaster approaches, in terms of the collapse of the doolar and Gold zooming waaayyyyyy up.

 

who bot those call Earl Opitons????

 

here is the latest chart of the Secret jickiss doolar-Gold Indicator.

 

Didn't you pound the table for CDE earlier this year? Wish I had bought some at the end of last year. Sigh...

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Big fan of the Mandlebrot

 

Love the math and the resultant pretty pictures

 

fractal-3.jpg

 

I played around with a fractal program for a while once for a few minutes.

 

Here's a couple interesting ones.

 

I call the first one hummingbird for obvious reasons...

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Rome all over again IMO... but who might the Barbarians be this time?

 

The Roman citizens were more serfs with unbelievable taxation and welcomed any barbarian/ change. Soldiers were the only necessary cost.

Thus, taxation is next.

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The Roman citizens were more serfs with unbelievable taxation and welcomed any barbarian/ change. Soldiers were the only necessary cost.

Thus, taxation is next.

IMHO a tax revolt of some kind wouldn't be a huge surprise.

 

The "we the taxpayers are funding obscene bankster bonuses" meme may be nearing critical mass.

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The Roman citizens were more serfs with unbelievable taxation and welcomed any barbarian/ change. Soldiers were the only necessary cost.

Thus, taxation is next.

 

 

Yup, once the taxation monster is let loose, the fall of the empire is usually not too far behind....

 

Gonna be interesting to see how things look 100 years later, eh?

 

We've come a long way from 1%, which I believe is about where the Romans started out before things got out of hand....

 

This book apparently is written by a former Goldman insider about the Barbarians pillaging at at will...I haven't read it yet, but it looks interesting.

 

It Takes a Pillage

 

http://www.amazon.com/Takes-Pillage-Bailou...n/dp/0470529598

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"Spoozblaster, this is 990N Actual. The 30 minute chart has lost the 200. I repeat, the 30 minute chart is sucking the bag. Hit it hard there for a bit. Over."

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Rome all over again IMO... but who might the Barbarians be this time?

We are.

 

On a societal level, we are sacking/raping/pillaging ourselves.

 

When we are done with this orgy of excess, we will lay exhausted in the streets looking at the destruction and wonder what possessed us. The marble temples will fall into disrepair. The population will shrink. A future Gibbon will reflect on the causes of the self-inflicted mayhem that laid low an empire so soon on the heels of its total global preeminence.

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I played around with a fractal program for a while once for a few minutes.

 

Here's a couple interesting ones.

 

I call the first one hummingbird for obvious reasons...

 

Thanks, TJ and KW for the fractals. Fascinating figures.

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desperate anxious clumsy knife fights in dark filthy Walmart break rooms,

over expired dented cans of GreatValue stewed prunes

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