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Old 11-08-2006, 06:08 PM
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If you're referring to me, I'm not stalking anyone. I was asking for a link. Is this the standard level of paranoia on here?

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Old 11-08-2006, 06:54 PM
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Default Re: American \\\"REAL ESTATE\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Shadow wrote:
First of all, I\'m glad to see that the troll is back to stalk me. Unfortunately for the troll, I\'ve decided not to \"bite\" back. I\'m sure someone else will shortly enough.

As for the mobile gunpowder detectors, from whhere do you think the ones in the airport were developed from?

And as for web sites, do you seriously think that stuff like that would be allowed to be accesible on the web for anyone to see?
First of all, you flatter yourself.

Second, you give yourself away.

No, especially you, a child.
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:39 AM
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Default Re: American \\\"REAL ESTATE\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

No sysop, the stalker is the troll who is back as again as Barbarien.

The best way to deal with it is to ignore it.
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Old 11-09-2006, 08:00 PM
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Default Re: American \\\\\\\"REAL ESTATE\\\\\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

Which you don\'t seem capable of doing. Also I am sysop.
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Old 02-05-2007, 12:39 PM
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Default Re: American \\\\\\\"REAL ESTATE\\\\\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

Interesting Phenomena...

There appears to be a huge 'glut' of both residential and commercial properties on the open market, which, apparently nobody seems to willing to purchase.


This means that the parallels between the "Great Depression" and today's coming 'crisis' shall come to being in the not-to-distant future. :-?
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Old 02-05-2007, 06:32 PM
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Default Re: American \\\\\\\"REAL ESTATE\\\\\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

I doubt anything will happen soon. They are not ready to cast you all into poverty yet. They need some more worship from you.
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Old 08-06-2007, 08:12 PM
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Default Re: American \\\\\\\"REAL ESTATE\\\\\\\" !!!!!!!!!!!!

Market Meltdown

YouTube - MARKET MELTDOWN

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis


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Old 08-08-2007, 04:51 PM
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Stock Market Meltdown***************************




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Old 09-15-2008, 09:26 AM
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This is BS, Collapse happening right now in the "markets"



Bloomberg.com: Special Report


Mortgage crisis, Huge bank failures, Fannie mae, freddie mac will cost taxpayers over 5 trillion dollars, hurricane ike and gustav, FOLKS, MORONS, IDIOTS(blue angel) WE ARE IN MELTDOWN RIGHT NOW......





Obama blames Republicans for financial crisis

1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (AFP) — Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama on Monday blamed Republicans for the "most serious financial crisis" since the 1930s after Wall Street debt woes sent global markets into meltdown.
Republican candidate John McCain meanwhile blamed a faulty patchwork of regulatory oversight for causing shocks like the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy which forced central banks to pump billions into the money markets.
"The challenges facing our financial system today are more evidence that too many folks in Washington and on Wall Street weren't minding the store," Obama said in a statement.
"Eight years of policies that have shredded consumer protections, loosened oversight and regulation, and encouraged outsized bonuses to CEOs while ignoring middle-class Americans have brought us to the most serious financial crisis since the Great Depression," he said.
Squarely blaming Republican President George W. Bush's administration for the crisis, Obama warned "this turmoil is a major threat to our economy and its ability to create good-paying jobs and help working Americans pay their bills, save for their future, and make their mortgage payments."
McCain called the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers "the latest reminder of ineffective regulation and management."
Ensuring the United States remains the world's pre-eminent financial market would be the "highest priority" of a McCain administration, he said in a statement.
"In order to do this, major reform must be made in Washington and on Wall Street. We cannot tolerate a system that handicaps our markets and our banks and places at risk the savings of hard-working Americans and investors."
He said his administration would "replace the outdated and ineffective patchwork quilt of regulatory oversight in Washington and bring transparency and accountability to Wall Street. We will rebuild confidence in our markets and restore our leadership in the financial world."
The statements came after US investment giant Lehman Brothers declared itself bankrupt and Wall Street rival Merrill Lynch had to be taken over in a new financial earthquake that sent global markets into a slump.
Lehman Brothers said it would file for bankruptcy on Monday after a frantic weekend of negotiations failed to arrange a rescue.
In the fallout, Bank of America took over Merrill Lynch in a 50 billion dollar deal, insurance giant AIG was reported to have sought a massive emergency loan to head off its own crisis and a group of banks set up a 70-billion-dollar global emergency fund.
The US Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of England injected tens of billions of dollars into money markets after the fall of the banking titans under the weight of the massive financing of bad loans.


"A Generalized Meltdown of Financial Institutions"



Unfolding Financial Meltdown on Wall Street


FOLKS WE ARE FUCKED

YouTube - Ron Paul Discusses the Mortgage Crisis on Glenn Beck

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Old 09-15-2008, 11:00 AM
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throw her in for good measure, why don't you?


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