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  1. i will answer your second portion first because it bears directly upon the first. i make the argument that we print money at the press of a keystroke, because we do and have for quite a number of years now. there is no underlying asset of which the value is based upon. it is a faith based valuation, nothing more. as such, it is an inflationary supply not deflationary. we came off the gold standard in '33 and completely severed any link between gold and the dollar in '71. as a result, we have slowly and as time passes, with a greater alacrity discovered that there is nothing really stopping us from just printing it as needed. of course, we have to do on the downlow so that the sheep don't get an understanding of just what is going on. the other countries of the word are quite aware of what's going on and this is why Russia, China and a good number of other countries would love to replace the USD. they just can't get their ***** together enough (because they sure as hell don't trust each other enough) to do so. the day will come though, probably quicker than anyone thinks and when it does, a world of hurt awaits the American populace. all of which directly bears upon the first statement i made. your analogy is way off. paying back bond holders? lol. i don't think i should even have to point out how the whole thing is a sham. wait till the Cypriot Haircut is bandied about, don't fall for it. don't fall for NIRP either.
  2. as predicted... Wyoming Asphalt Sour became the first grade to do so as it went into negative territory, with the 30th of March having the largest negative price so far, $-0.47. today's bid, $-0.08.
  3. Gen. Flynn changed the header on his Twitter page. https://twitter.com/GenFlynn/header_photo human traffickers are called 'coyotes'.
  4. nothing personal... but to begin with, the idea that the US government has to pay itself interest is ludicrous to it's core. if we weren't the world's reserve, is there any doubt that we wouldn't have Weimar'ed back around '10 or so?
  5. thread. https://twitter.com/DavidLarter/status/1244975396619198465
  6. Event 201 what: Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs to people that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic. The pathogen and the disease it causes are modeled largely on SARS, but it is more transmissible in the community setting by people with mild symptoms. where/when: Friday, October 18, 2019 8:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The Pierre hotel New York, NY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoLw-Q8X174
  7. really? well then, don't let the door hit you in the ass on your way out.
  8. any more recent ones that warrant mention?
  9. im'a go out on a limb here and say... @Tiberius and @Gary Busey?
  10. is the dystopian future unfolding as a result of the 'cure'? unfortunately the longer we, as a 'society' are locked down, the more likely this scenario unfolding becomes. with the odds greater in impoverished areas. keep you head on a swivel and your powder dry. Italy Risks Losing Grip in South With Fear of Looting, Riots As Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte fights to hold Italian society together through a crippling nationwide lockdown, the depressed south is turning into a powder keg. Police have been deployed on the streets of Sicily’s capital, Palermo, amid reports gangs are using social media to plot attacks on stores. A bankrupt ferry company halted service to the island, including vital supplies of food and medicines. As the state creaks under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic, officials worry the mafia may be preparing to step in. Preventing unrest in the so-called Mezzogiorno, the underdeveloped southern region that’s long lagged behind the wealthy north, has become the government’s top priority, according to Italian officials who asked not to be named discussing the administration’s strategy. With the European Union’s most dangerously indebted state already fighting the Germans over the terms of the financial aid it needs, the fallout may reach far beyond Rome if Conte fails. ...
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