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    Dec 2006
    Austin, Texas

    Default Lite Truck Sales at 1983 Levels...???

    It's just like Starting Over Again...


    It seems to be the nature of Capitalism, to spoil people by raising them up, then discipline them by smacking them down, all the while maintaining the status quo, with the exception of increasing the wealth of the elite.

    I just spent a lost decade in Japan from 1990 to 2001. I really missed being here during the Clinton era and stock market run up. At least I got see it on the internet. Luckily, I found Itulip in 1999.

    Last edited by FRED; 11-07-08 at 09:21 AM.

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