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This is a link post Visualising US Debt

(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:33, Reply)
This is a normal post Love the downcast expression from Lady Liberty
Are there any countries which AREN'T in debt?
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:40, Reply)
This is a normal post It should all add up to Zero
But it doesn't, maybe the moon is lending to us
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:41, Reply)
This is a normal post I have just come up with the greatest conspiracy theory ever!
It's not the moon, It's Haley's Comet that is lending us vast, unpayable amounts of money. The repayment date is approx 22 years after each visit.

1909 Haley's comet passes - 22 years later, the great depression
1986 haleys's comet passes - 22 years later, the 2008 financial collapse.

when will these bankers learn not to borrow from balls of ice travelling across the solar system?
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 12:02, Reply)
This is a normal post You may be onto something there

(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 12:20, Reply)
This is a normal post The thing is
Who the fuck do the US and Europe owe most of this too? Surely the simplest solution would be to locate them and terminate them with extreme prejudice.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:42, Reply)
This is a normal post We all owe it to banks
who owe it to each other. And there isn't enough money in total to pay it off, so it never will be. I don't really understand it either.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:44, Reply)
This is a normal post Wouldn't it be simpler to just refuse to pay it back
Once the banks and financial institutions fail and what is left of the human race has recovered we can simply finance some new ones and print some new money.... oh wait that is possibly the cause of all this.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:48, Reply)
This is a normal post Exactly
Also, if we decide all of sudden to accept that it probably never would be paid off, then whole nations, banks, companies, institutions, etc. would effectively be bankrupt immediately. It is fucked up.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 12:05, Reply)
This is a normal post it's circular....
jlick.livejournal.com/308614.html
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 11:50, Reply)
This is a normal post I love confused metaphors.
"Rolling over the debt just kicks the can down the street. Next time the problem will just be bigger."
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 12:39, Reply)
This is a normal post FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK!!!

(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 12:14, Reply)
This is a normal post anyone here bought gold or silver?
if you knew what you were doing I guess you could make money??
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 13:16, Reply)
This is a normal post if you'd bought silver a couple of years ago or more,
and sold it in April this year, you could have multiplied your investment by ten.

silverprice.org/silver-price-history.html

I wouldn't be buying it just now though. Its present price seems unsustainable.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 13:43, Reply)
This is a normal post I guess it depends on what the costs are in buying/selling too.
Although a chap I know bought tens of thousands of pounds worth of silver over the years. He said he can live off it now.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 14:15, Reply)
This is a normal post you have to pay VAT on silver,
but not on gold. If I had a load of silver I'd be selling it all right now, but what do I know.
(, Fri 7 Dec 2012, 14:16, Reply)