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  •  Well, that's slightly better, but not much... (11+ / 0-)
    ...since, you still come off like a young teenager, attacking me, personally, for facts that have little to do with what we're discussing in this diary.

    But, thanks for the effort. (By the way, I won't be responding to you from this point forward, since you're on record, numerous times, attempting to threadjack my posts.) Have a great evening!

    Let us all know how eighth grade is working out for you!

    "I always thought if you worked hard enough and tried hard enough, things would work out. I was wrong." --Katharine Graham

    by bobswern on Sat Nov 06, 2010 at 10:28:22 PM PDT

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    •  My god, you have thin skin. (1+ / 0-)
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      You obviously spend an inordinate amount of time trolling the internet for the most negative, the most bearish blogs and articles and throw them together in barely readable form and when anyone disagrees with anything you answer with childish sarcasm.  As for your shots at Geithner and Bernake, when you show the knowledge and experience  to match theirs I might take you seriously.  Until then, meh.

      "Armageddon was yesterday. Today we have a serious problem."

      by Lying eyes on Sun Nov 07, 2010 at 12:00:51 AM PDT

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      •  Their knowledge and experience? (8+ / 0-)

        Oh, Jesus Christ on a f*cking POGO STICK!  There is a human being this willfully credulous?

        Their knowledge and experience at what????

        •  ZeroHead is a known CT site (1+ / 0-)
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          The blog contends that Goldman Sachs alumni are at the center of a powerful cabal and that the solution is "a purifying market crash that leads to the elimination of the big banks altogether and the reinstatement of genuine free-market capitalism" - "Dow Zero."[1] The blog made such a sensational case for its reporting on Goldman Sachs that it drew the attention of the mainstream financial media. It became a source for reporters. Bloomberg News published stories based on Zero Hedge’s blogs, such as "Goldman Sachs Loses Grip on Its Doomsday Machine," by columnist Jonathan Weil.[citation needed] Later, "Tyler Durden" was interviewed on Bloomberg Radio.[1]


          "The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason." - Thomas Paine

          by shrike on Sun Nov 07, 2010 at 12:14:56 AM PDT

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      •  ROFLMAO.... (14+ / 0-)
        Yeah, I mean, the two most widely-read independent financial commentary blogs (per Technorati), Salon and the NY Times are really quite obscure websites. LOL!

        But, the "thin-skin" comment was a knee-slapper. (No more responses for you, too! LOL!)

        Happy blogging...

        "I always thought if you worked hard enough and tried hard enough, things would work out. I was wrong." --Katharine Graham

        by bobswern on Sun Nov 07, 2010 at 12:07:43 AM PDT

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      •  My god, you have a thin brain. (9+ / 0-)

        It's hard to find the leading economic voices.

        Why, you have to read Nobel-prize winning economists, and economic journalists with high visibility and, and, and, publicly issued reports and statements in major newspapers.

        There's hardly one comic strip that you read daily where you can find such people. Think how hard he must have to search.

        You actually don't think anyone sees you are here purely to character assassinate? That you do so because you have absolutely nothing, nada, zilch, to say of substance.

        Let this be the last reply you see, until you can try adult conversation.

        Until we break the corporate virtual monopoly on what we hear and see, we keep losing, don't matter what we do.

        by Jim P on Sun Nov 07, 2010 at 12:41:08 AM PDT

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