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In the race to the fiat bottom, I keep getting this mental image:
However, in my vision #1 is the yen, #2 is the $, #3 is the euro and #4 is the Swissy.
More like this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtMzNTzMw2c&feature=related
Golden mustard falls behind due to the cap in the face 1980s, loses shoe in the 90s, recovers and takes the lead in 2000. Green relish dollar tries to cheat in the end but..."face plant, body slam, mustard wins. That's huge."
This is good too. It's a local talent:
Free beer night at the local waterin' hole?
in a very broad, idealistic sense, this currency fix is a scam...therefore it's short-term. a game changer should turn this around very soon. countries will close up for "d" market
Paper cuts!! Bitches!!!
you are gay
You are annoying.
You are obvious.
Awe. You're like a linquistic correctional facility. Where's my orange jumpsuit?
Ubefindin'itwityoroll homie just like the Brazilians. The joys of the dollar trap.
+1 You just got your AAA+ rating from Moody! :)
Refer to the he/him trick.
Who is gay?
To whom is he referring?
The "m" in "him and whom" is a clue for which pronoun to use.
The question "Who ....... is gay?", can't have the answer, "Him.... is", it has to be "He is" therefore the use of the pronoun "Who" is justified and correct.
Grammatically speaking, the who/whom conundrum is resolved, when one can decipher the '"subject/object" rule to the "question/statement" clauses of sentences, about said subject/object.
If "He" is the subject of the clause, then "who" is used. If it was "him" that I was referring to then the clause refers to the object, hence "Whom"
"you are gay"
Did you wave a magic wand while you wrote that because I'm feeling pretty gay right now. I think i'm gonna goatse.
You knew someone would google that, didn't cha? Click "Eh" for full effect.
Ya know, none of that has anything to do with gay. Just sayin'.
If you're going to Google, may as well look up vajazzle.
Who doesn't like a good party?
You will never, ever, ever, ever be forgiven for that...
absolutely and silver and some PGMs and some PM equities
PM shortsqueeze Bitchez!!!
Hi Hulk,,,How the hell are you?
"Got gold" Errr, no. I wouldn't touch that barbaric relic, a commodity no different than soybeans or diapers.
Please take note of this fact, government watchers and list makers monitoring the most subversive financial site on the internet. No gold at here at all. None. Move along.
I will be surprised if gold saves you. Soybeans maybe, but the have's are greatly outnumbered by the have-not's.
Pax Americana man, how f***ed is that? They make their product (greenbacks) as valueless as they can, and everybody else buys them as fast as possible to keep their value up. Again, the question is how long can it last.
Probably for quite a while still. But in the meantime, the Gonzo Economic predictions of an imminent bout of hyperinflation due to a loss of confidence in the dollar isn't looking good. It looks like there's lots of interest in keeping the dollar higher than the local currency. The name of the game right now is exports, and to get beggar-thy-neighbor, we're seeing cheapen-thy-currency.
Let's call this what it really is - a trade war. Not a currency war.
Devaluing the currencies are a just a method used to gain trade advantage.
..... and when that doesn't do the trick, sanctions and protectionism will be the only option left. That's the only way that manufacturing jobs can be enticed back to the Western hemisphere. Unless of course we are willing to accept the wages and living standards of the standard third world agrarian village dweller.
All day I'm waiting for a reaction to the QE9 news that the Fed will gas the balance sheet by another $500MM. It even made CNBS and nothin nada zip. It's meshugass. Maybe it's the effect of the real QE manipulation.....Quarter End
How long does the currency war last until all fiat currencies are worthless? Anyone have a guess? Years?
Years? Doubtful. Once it really gets going, it will be over in days or hours. We've probably got a matter of months until it really gets going. But this is the result of the actions of a very small group of people, and as such the timing is unpredictable. It could happen tomorrow, five minutes from now, or a month from now.
What if they had a currency war and nobody came? (Nudge, nudge, wink, wink)...bitchez!
How about if one steps up to bat and backs their currency with Gold (Nudge, nudge, wink, wink)?
We (meaning the United Fascist States of America) would invade them.
Of Bourse we would.
MsCreant, will you marry me?
Ever seen The Crying Game?
china appears well positioned for that gold based currency. Our president is not encouraging us to buy gold or silver , but China is.
Invade China... lol , right away
We can't. Jackie Chan and Jet Li taught them all karate.
I believe that would be a Chinese martial art Hep...BTW, they can also fly, which the japanese haven't perfected yet!
Encouraging them to buy, yes, but the US still has far more Gold than China does.
prove it then: show us the gold
See my post above.
Prechter on w Maria at 3:30...gotta love it
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