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Sapiens
03-11-08, 08:22 AM
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Even the ghetto knows it's coming...

merry
03-11-08, 06:35 PM
They spelled rense the wrong way. They showed the address: rence.com. I wonder if that was intentional?

WDCRob
03-11-08, 06:46 PM
What's the world coming to when the guys on public access TV make more sense than the Fed?

Aaron K's business gets a plug too.

metalman
03-11-08, 06:48 PM
They spelled rense the wrong way. They showed the address: rence.com. I wonder if that was intentional?

rense.com has a lot of nutty conspiracy crap on it mixed in with the good stuff. figures this guy has a lot of nutty conspiracy crap mixed in with references to foreclosureradar.com

altogether still makes more sense than the friggin fed.

Jim Nickerson
03-11-08, 06:51 PM
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Even the ghetto knows it's coming...

Whether from any ghetto or not, the guy seems to have been reading here.

dbarberic
03-11-08, 07:43 PM
What scares me is that I am beginning to see a convergence of opinion from multiple different information sources using entirely different approachs to arrive to similar conclusions. From completely logical and analytic options by Jim Sinclair, Jim Puplava, foreign newspapers, occasional MSM in the US; to far out approaches like Generational Theorists, conspiracy theorists like Rense and the preacher in the YouTube video above (and many sources in between). All seem to be pointing to a generational crisis period between now through 2012 involving a financial devaluation (not clear if real or nominal) and implying all the societal elements that occur when such a crisis hits (wars, famine, poverty, riots, etc).

For example: there is a website and free e-Book written by a COT individual studying Generational Theory. He is writing that we are now entering a generational turning into a “Winter Cycle” that is defined by crisis.

The free e-Book is linked under the picture:
http://www.jamesgoulding.com/wic.htm#Excerpts%20:%20Winter%20is%20Coming (http://www.jamesgoulding.com/wic.htm#Excerpts%20:%20Winter%20is%20Coming)
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When you layer all these approaches and opinions together (even iTulip), they seem to be reaching a convergence. When I see something like this, I really start to scratch my head and begin to say, maybe we really are F-ed.

Contemptuous
03-11-08, 08:50 PM
What scares me is that I am beginning to see a convergence of opinion from multiple different information sources using entirely different approachs to arrive to similar conclusions. ... When you layer all these approaches and opinions together (even iTulip), they seem to be reaching a convergence.

I second your observation Dbarberic. Noticed the same thing. Collect all the consensus views (a lot of them from pretty good sources) and it's giving new meaning to the term 'emerging high probability event'.