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9.09 MOAP and 50% Unemployment...Both Getting Closer



September 23, 2009 – Comments (6)

Alstry warned you guys a while back, when you can't trust the numbers....not much matters.....and when the ratings agencies are BSing you on top of BS just addsfuel to the fire.

Now credit, income, and savings to America is evaporating.  As we approach the end of Q3, many are running out of money and banks are refusing to extend credit lines....unless of course they can extend and pretend with some lucrative credit default swaps.

We are losing police officers, fire fighters, prosecutors, prison guards, nurses, home health care workers and more as the Zombulator destroys the fabric of our nation.  Most of you Fools are watching the should be checking the red cell count.....most of the blood on the floor belongs to your fellow citizens...otherwise known as the consumer.

You will soon learn, when enough consumers die in a leveraged consumer economy....there is no economy left.  What a joke......did you Fools ever really think that there could be "jobless" recovery in a nation that really doesn't produce or export much anymore???????  Jobless recovery were relevant when America as a as a must drive the recovery which requires job growth currently.  It is nuts to see how many Fools still live in an age that no longer exists.....but keep watching Cramer and can be entertaining.

City of Dallas  Budget Approved.. 800 Layoff Notices Sent out

FirstEnergy Corporation  - Some Workers Accept Buyouts, Layoffs Still possible 

Bombardier Transportation in Plattsburg - Warns of Layoffs 

Update: AT&T Looking at 2,500 Layoffs

Newport Chemical Depot - 150 

Empress Casino in Joliet - 56 

Update: San Diego - 83

Miller Buckfire - 36

Magazines: Layoffs are Coming

USEC Delays lead to 90 Layoffs

Mayor of Anchorage Expects Major Layoffs Next Year

Waupaca County - No Layoffs but 480 Workers get Furlough

City of Baltimore Plans 27 Layoffs

BF Goodrich - 350

Pinellas County - Possible Hundreds of Job Cuts

Pierce County Washington - Proposed 285 Job Cuts

Update: Genie Industries - 400

Update: Ventura County - 38 total

AT&T - 75

Alaska Railroads - 127

Ford to Close St Thomas Plant in 2011 ( International )

St Helen Elementary School Possibly Closing 2010

La Maison Gourmet Restaurant in Dunedin 

Ardmore Tax Commission Office Closing?

Frame's Motor Freight 

The White's Fresh Food Grocery Store closing

Suite Sole in Charleston 

Mercia's Natural Foods in Twin Falls 

Corvallis Department of Motor Vehicles 

Monroe Company - Cozad Plant - 520 Layoffs Resulting 

Update: The Buckhorn Inc Closing Shelbyville Plant

Colony Beach and Tennis Resort Closing Parts of the Business

City of Richmond might Close the Human Rights Office

Sauer-Danfoss Inc closing Lawrence Plant By June

Tenneco Inc. to Close Nebraska Plant - 500 Jobs Affected

Georgetown Club - Closes Today at 7pm?

Panasonic to Close Knox Plant

Treasury of Memories in Bellingham 

Eastern Economic Review Magazine to end  Publication in Dec

6 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On September 23, 2009 at 6:06 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

U.S. credit card defaults rise to record

In 9.09...lots rising to defaults.....bankruptcies.........unemployment........wage receipt declines.......FDIC going bankrupt........FHA running out of money.....Pension Guaranty gong broke..........crash in commercial real  estate prices.......

All in 9.09........


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#2) On September 23, 2009 at 6:13 PM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

Would that be MOAP 1, MOAP 2, or MOAP 3?
I think the end of 9.09 is a lot closer than 50% unemployment or any of your "MOAPS". Zero Cred.

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#3) On September 23, 2009 at 6:20 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:


How about the FHA going broke and can't borrow money because of the debt ceiling cap??????

How about the Pension Guaranty going broke but can't borrow money because of the debt ceiling cap????

How about the ratings on most of the debt and equity in America is nothing more than junk....please excuse the pun???

How about thousands of banks misrepresenting solvency based on BS ratings of underlying assets?????

How about........................................................

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#4) On September 23, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

How about a nice padded room?

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#5) On September 23, 2009 at 6:37 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

It is NEVER easy leaving the matrix.....

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#6) On September 23, 2009 at 10:12 PM, OneLegged (< 20) wrote:

Police cars repossesed: 

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