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(CBS)   Stocks rise above pre-attack levels, doo-dah doo.. crap it doesn't work   ( divider line
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2001-10-11 10:50:33 AM  

In other news afghani stock exchange rockets to all time highs after recent bombings.
2001-10-11 10:55:59 AM  
AWESOME headline..
2001-10-11 10:58:19 AM  
There's nothing like a war-time economy to leave behind a recession!
2001-10-11 11:17:45 AM  
Take that terrorists! Even in recession, this is the greatest economy in the world.
2001-10-11 11:38:48 AM  
Stocks are back into the black, doo-dah, doo-dah...
2001-10-11 11:51:10 AM  
Should have sold some of my internal organs to buy stocks while they were rock-bottom...
2001-10-11 12:44:47 PM  
Dow tops pre-attack value, doo-dah, doo-dah...
2001-10-11 01:21:10 PM  
good thing i did sell a few organs when they were at rock bottom cause easy street is on its way
2001-10-11 04:01:31 PM  
"Stocks rise above pre-attack levels, doo-dah doo.. crap it doesn't work"

Yes it does stupid headline, it works.
2001-10-11 04:10:28 PM  
Stocks rise right on up again doo dah doo dah

knew i should have invested while they were down.
actually, i'm lying, i'm 17 and have no money to invest
but i knew that it would be a good idea to invest then.
in theory
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