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    Mega

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-8163587/PETER-HITCHENS-Great-Panic-foolish-freedom-broken-economy-crippled.html

    Mega Yesterday, 08:02 PM Go to last post
    shiny!

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    This is half the battle. The other half concerns changing the priorities of companies that exist for the profits of their executives and shareholders. It doesn't matter where this stuff gets made if...

    shiny! Yesterday, 07:37 PM Go to last post
    jpatter666

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    re: Mexico and Africa

    Short term, agree. Longer term I think I could be right *if* (and that's a BIG if) any African countries can get their political act together to make the idea viable.

    jpatter666 Yesterday, 05:58 PM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    I agree, the President will again campaign on that Fortress America policy and remind people. But right now his demands that "GM do this" or "Ford do that" aren't looking all that effective, and I'm...

    GRG55 Yesterday, 05:42 PM Go to last post
    jk

    Re: Let's talk about the gold market

    i'm not sure that demand for us$'s can get all that much higher than it is already. gold has gone up against all assets EXCEPT the u.s. dollar, and it's not done badly in that realm either.
    ...

    jk Yesterday, 05:18 PM Go to last post
    jk

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    preparedness isn't sexy, isn't cheap, and doesn't produce visible results. americans won't vote for it.
    it's hard to run on the basis of a theoretical n lives NOT lost. it requires a more...

    jk Yesterday, 05:09 PM Go to last post
    jpatter666

    Re: Mean time in Spain

    Ironically one of the areas Trump got right even if for the wrong reasons. Expect that to be a talking point in the Fall.

    China will definitely take a hit from this as many companies pull out or...

    jpatter666 Yesterday, 04:20 PM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Re: UK Latest Death Model (From 250,000 to as few as 5,700)

    I've been wondering if the folks paying for these models are hiring the same people that create the econometric models the US Federal Reserve relies on. Wouldn't surprise me.

    GRG55 Yesterday, 04:02 PM Go to last post
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