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Is the Stock Market just a cruel joke?



August 31, 2010 – Comments (3)

A fantasy market simply maniupulated by Wall Street....where you have been convinced to take your life savings and throw it into a rigged game so a few can take everything you have ever worked for......

as Wall Street cuts off the economy from credit, shuts the nation down, and outsources our businesses overseas?

are many of you borrowing your life away to get a education but only to find there will be no jobs available?

are we bailing out insolvent bankers but letting dairy farmers, contruction workers, and police and fire workers get axed?

Zombulation is a very diffcult and painful process for those involved.....AND YOU ARE INVOLVED....whether you like it or not.

Welcome to the Digital Fools tell you to watch the ticker and America shuts down.

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#1) On August 31, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Dow3000 (< 20) wrote:

Manipulated absolutely, but the market will ultimately win...the Fed and bank super computers can only prop it up for so long.  Just as I believe the American people will take their government back when it gets really tough in the coming years...the true American spirit is coming back and the "sheeple" are waking up...I see it everywhere I look.  I have been so depressed for the last two years but not not underestimate the people of this country...they may not fully understand what is happening but they do know they have been fuc$ed over and they are not going to stand for it much longer  Renaissance is the name of the game!!  Say goodbye to the criminal Fed b/c it will not be around much longer

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#2) On August 31, 2010 at 5:09 PM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

Dow, I agree with you .. the American spirit can't be held down for long!  Sure, some business are folding but I'm also seeing people take risks and some businesses that are following certain models are thriving.  I've learned a lot from marketing guru Seth Godin and his concept of "Tribes." 

In fact, I'm seriously considering starting a new small business (with a creative flair) to do my small part to get this country chugging along again .. I'm proceeding cautiously and cost effectively .. but I'm ready to get in the game .. if nothing else, but for my children.  I'm very excited, actually!

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#3) On September 01, 2010 at 9:43 AM, mtf00l (43.07) wrote:


I'm not so sure about your Fed prognostication or the American Spirit.  I guess we'll see.


Good for you!  You should start a small business.  I wish you much success.

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