Guest Post: Alert: Nuclear (And Economic) Meltdown In Progress

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EscapeKey's picture

I don't live in the States, but check, check, check, check, check, and check.

cossack55's picture

You so right, EK. But I think I will still double check again.

Robot Traders Mom's picture

I would tell Trav's old lady to come shack up with me but she looks like my avatar...

string's picture

It's all pink on the inside.

Dr. Richard Head's picture

Speaking of pink, I'm looking to barter with the ladies post crisis.  Time to go buy some tampons and pads.  Girls will just eat me up.

chumbawamba's picture

Or you'll eat them (preferably at a time when the tampons and pads aren't required).

I am Chumbawamba.

ClassicalLib17's picture

It's time you got your redwings, son. 

WhackoWarner's picture

People are dead and dying. Your reaction is to tell idiot jokes.

You may be Chumbadummy but you sir have not one single thing to share with this world.

 

WhackoWarner's picture

In one sentence you destroy any respect. You are Chumbanothing.

Get over yourself

Smiley's picture

That is actually a really good idea.  Hmmm  Add this to my stockpiles of aspirin, spices, and bandages to use for bartering.  Worse case Ontario, the pads and tampons make great packing for flesh wounds...

 

 

WhackoWarner's picture

If you are not just a doctor wannabee but a real physician then you should be ashamed of yourself for this.

If you are just a disguised wannabee pretending to have intelligence then you should be ashamed of yourself.

No woman in the world would wish to sit beside this attitude.

jeff montanye's picture

he is not alone on this great site (one of it's drawbacks, imo).

WhackoWarner's picture

I will eat you up for sure. With a hand grenade. How dare you?

How dare you be so stupid?

ColonelCooper's picture

Jesus Christ, Dude.  Who died and nominated you Ned Flanders? 

Pompous Ass.

Sometimes gallows humor is how people deal with shit.  Pull the aforementioned tampon out of your ass and lighten up.

flattrader's picture

Real men don't need to barter/bargain with women.  Even the fat, old and bald.

So, I'm sure you're all three of the latter and not the former...which is why you WILL need to bargain.

LFMayor's picture

remember this for those cold nights:
If it isn't 280
it isn't a lady.

IQ 145's picture

 but does it taste like chicken?

WhackoWarner's picture

All of you idiots are offensive.

Would you put up with these kind of insults and demeaning jokes.

Take it back to your playground sandbox where it belongs.

Quit polluting my world with your crap. Would you say this to your mother or sister? So what makes it OK here. Say this crap to your wife? To your daughter?

Creed's picture

Hey whackjob, this is an adult playground.

If you don't care for the language you can leave.

I'm quite certain that if any particular poster goes over the top too many times his or her account will be disabled.

You bucking to be a moderator? I don't think there are any. I don't think there need to be any.

Ned Flanders...lol.

Smiley's picture

You are a scrotum tucking pussy with a thin skin.

 

I actually have older sisters; if you think a couple tampon jokes are bad you obviously have not spent any quality time with real females for any length of time.  Gallows humor is how people deal with shit.  I actually know people in the affected areas of Japan AND I live on the recieving end of the plume on the West Coast.

 

Get over youself and try peeing standing up for a change.

Uncle Remus's picture

What does the Matrix tell you it tastes like?

WhackoWarner's picture

Now we have another wannabe join the boys club giggle idiot trying to join.

You give men a bad name.

ColonelCooper's picture

If the posters here annoy you so much, you could certainly grab your manpurse and get the Hell out.

Wannabee's picture

Whaco - lay off the wannabee references! Bigot...

NidStyles's picture

Spamming your feminist idealism here?

CitizenPete's picture

Expert US geologist interview on FOX - the chances are good for a major earthquake in the U.S. (er... this month, as in now).

 

http://aucanary.blogspot.com/2011/03/earthquake-predictions-for-us-berkl...

Out9922's picture

Super-Moon on Saturday!!!!!!

Bad Asset's picture

So do you think Obama is actually going to Rio, or is he headed for the bunker?

Escapeclaws's picture

It's true animals are starting to act crazy. My cat, for instance, when she uses the litter box even scrapes with her paw on the side of the box where there is no litter. I just noticed this around the time of the Japan quake.

OldTrooper's picture

A cat acting wierd...imagine that.

tsx500's picture

it's damn true,about the animals !    my normally very well-behaved 7-yr. old dog just the other day started 'playing' w/ my tv remote control .... and for some reason he only is interested in the "PAUSE" button  . ? ... ? i can't figure it out...

ElvisDog's picture

Oh please, there is no method or computer model for predicting earthquakes. If anything, the massive Japanese earthquake relieved a lot of built-up stress in the tectonic plates making another, separate giant earthquake much less likely in the next few months.

WhackoWarner's picture

and know you know this how?

Creed's picture

Amen brother Chris. :)

 

Nailed it.

trav7777's picture

oh JFC...this is like throwing chum at piranhas around here

SilverRhino's picture

One of this threats - A derivative-fueled banking crisis.

Can you think of a better reason why Bank of Japan would spend 700 billion dollars (55T yen) in 4 days other than to try and forestall this?

 

silvertrain's picture

700 billion, thats son of tarp without the vote...

dark pools of soros's picture

and they only had $2.2 trillion debt before the quake...  large leg up for their size

EscapeKey's picture

Upcoming peak oil disaster? check.

Upcoming US Treasury disaster? check.

Upcoming nuclear disaster? check.

Upcoming Middle East disaster? check.

I mean, fuck me, we're literally swimming with black swans these days, and every problem - EVERY MOTHERFUCKING PROBLEM - is solved by printing even more money. Which leads to,

Upcoming currency crisis? check.

RockyRacoon's picture

So, you're saying that the oddity now is a white swan.   Whodathunkit.

TeamAmerica's picture

Beat me to it.   Exactly the point...the next tipping point is the day where nothing of importance is happening anywhere in the world.   Welcome to the new-new normal!

strenue's picture

Thats like being a black sheep in a flock of black sheep...

floydian slip's picture

"Albino" Black Swan Ahead?

Amidst all the news flowing around the Japan Super Quake - and we'll get to developments on that front in a moment - I want to start this morning's discussion on a "credit, where credit is due" note.

 

Last Monday in this column in "What's ahead in the libretto") , my friend Gary Lammert (the Economic Fractalist) had sent us a note predicting a March 8 high in the markets plus or minus a day.  Tuesday, right on call, the market rallied from an opening of 12,085 Dow to close at 12,214.38 and that high hasn't been bested since.

 

"OK, so what?"  Hand on there pard, Lammert sent me a note Sunday afternoon that explains now that his predicted high is in, we're about to go through something which would be as rare as an "albino" black swan event - something that happens every 250 years or so, and  probably equates to something on e degree larger than the South Sea Bubble popping in 1720...

 

http://urbansurvival.com/week.htm

TerraHertz's picture

You're not looking at this right. The next unexpected swan is the one with scales, fangs, tallons, and breathes fire. Oh, and shoots lasers from its eyes. Now *that's* a swan!

mttendoy's picture

All brought to you by exponential population growth.....reap it.

NotApplicable's picture

Umm... how about no?

Try exponential government growth. Malthus fails because his projections never allow for the reality that (sans welfare) people tend to reproduce according to their ability to provide for the offspring. When times are good, large families can be supported. When times are bad, you have to focus your efforts on sustaining those already present. The idea of adding even more becomes a hardship to avoid.

jeff montanye's picture

they're hardly mutually exclusive.  we're sucking all the goodies (clean air, water, arable land, fossil fuel, wild animals, wilderness) from a finite world for a corporate/government fantasy of infinitely (and in many cases geometrically) expanding revenues, profits, income, debt, money and power.