I've been a little inactive of late. Scouring the web for topics to write about has been increasingly making me angry, and adding to my already premature count of grey hairs. Seeing all of the blatant fraud now come to light has had the effect of disillusioning me with the entire financial industry. It just makes me sick. And even more so to hear that Obama is now trying to pose as a great protector of the US taxpayer, demanding 100-odd million in AIG bonuses to be repaid. Seriously, how stupid does he think we are? He gives away trillions, and then demands 100 million back. He's essentially saying that we're too dumb to know the difference between all the zeroes tacked on at the end.
Anyway, I'm compiling a list of arguments to my last post regarding the impossibility of hyperinflation. I'll try to go through as much of those as I can this weekend. I'll also have a technical update sometime this weekend.
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