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lquadland10 (< 20)

To my dear Central Bankers around the world.



November 13, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: AUY , GLD , SLV

To you my dear Central Banker. I hope your life is going well. Mine down here on the bottom is just fine. Gasoline is down and I have gotten rid of 20 lbs because of your world bank charging such high gas prices for so long.Now that I have gotten rid of the weight I think I will just keep on walking and save the money from the lower gas prices as well my health.Besides I have met so many new friends. Also I want to thank you for the unintended consequences you have given me. I am now off of all precription medication. I am so sorry that your drug companies will no longer be suported by me but the up side for me is I now have more money to save. Wow what a deal. For me that is. Now saying that I went shopping today and I found 2 pairs of pants new that a year ago I could not afford.The same jeans I would have paid for 1/2 a pair I now got 2 pair.  I did have to give you a dig by paying cash and not on the credit card at a 110% APR including fees. Just because I felt like it. Oh and by the way 60% of the other people were paying cash. I think I will short V and MC. Far less transaction fees for you. I hear you have decided to change the TARP again to try to induce me to spend more. Well you IMF guys do what you want because although you think you can control this new depression yes I said depression well I don't want to burst you balloon BUT........ well the sad fact is you can't. You can't make me live on credit and stay in debt if I decide not to. That is from my new friend who is a busboy. He said he just added another $100.00 to his savings account. Well I guess you could make me spend if you came into my house and duck marched me to the store and ordered me to spend. Then again once you left I would just have to walk back to the store and return everything. You see my dear Central Banker the one thing you need is ME. I know I know, it is OK. Just because the United Nations is trying to thin out the population you still need me. TO Spend. Well I am. Just not the way amount or on what. I just love cash and carry. Every time I go to the bank to make a with draw they ask me if this is for a special reason. No I tell them It is just the weekly shopping. They hate It when I take out the money at the main lobbie because they actually see the money leaving and not just automatic transactions. The people there at my bank are real nice and guess what? They are saving more also. It seems to be catching on.  Ta Ta for now. Hope your day goes well. LQUADLAND10.

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#1) On November 13, 2008 at 7:21 AM, milpo (43.22) wrote:

Good post.  I would love to see your busboy friend convert his $100 bills into gold coin.  Heavier, but less bulky.  The paper may become worthless one day.

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#2) On November 13, 2008 at 9:10 AM, dinodelaurentis (86.28) wrote:

"A million rats will defeat the mightiest dragon."

                                                  - Sun Tzu

a wonder what 7 billion naked monkeys could do?

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#3) On November 13, 2008 at 1:06 PM, johnw106 (< 20) wrote:

Nice post. I have no credit cards. I owe no car payments since I pay cash. I pay my car insurance in six month lump sums. I rent so I have no mortgage.

I keep my checking and savings in a bank that pays me interest on the balance and has no fees of any kind. I have no debts what so ever except for my rent and utility bill. And let me tell you , no let me shout it....

IT FEELS GREAT to have a pocket full of cash I can spend any way I want any time I want and know there is not one red cent going toward interest payments.

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#4) On November 13, 2008 at 2:29 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

milpo my busboy friend now has an ing account for his savings he thinks gold coins in pocket are to dangerous for now. So he has 10% in gold and 10% in silver etf. 40% cash and the rest is in different small amounts. He at the moment is doing better than my caps but then again I did get a free meal for showing them how the credit card companies were robbing him and his friends blind. Now they are passing it on to other family and friends. You know how well word of mouth is.                                          dinodelaurentis As to to 7 billion naked monkeys could do. Well I just will have to wait and see. I can't even wrap my arms around that one. johnw106  Mortgage paid off. Only taxes to pay. I am free and clear but my son is debt free except for his car payment. Yes is it great to have money in your pocket to spend any way you want.

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